Jonathan D. Stewart, J.D., M.S., RN-BC, CEN, CPPS, CPHRM Faculty Profile

Jonathan  D.   Stewart, J.D., M.S., RN-BC, CEN, CPPS, CPHRM

Lecturer

Department of Nursing

Jonathan Stewart has extensive experience in the health care industry, having worked as an emergency nurse, license defense attorney, risk manager and patient safety professional. He received his master’s degree in nursing (health policy) from the University of California at San Francisco, his law degree and health law certificate from the University of Tulsa, and a certificate in clinical bioethics from Loyola University Chicago. Mr. Stewart is currently pursuing a second master's degree in human factors and system safety from Lund University Faculty of Engineering. He has been admitted to the bars of California, Washington, Alaska and of the U.S. Supreme Court and holds professional certifications in emergency nursing, nursing professional development, patient safety and health care risk management.

When not teaching, Mr. Stewart works full-time as a Director of Risk Management and Patient Safety at a medical professional liability insurer, providing consultation services and education to hospitals, health systems and medical groups throughout California.

Health law; risk management; patient safety; employment practices liability; clinical bioethics; human factors and system science

Not teaching this semester.