Joanne Martena Reinhard Black
Joanne Martena Reinhard Black, American Air force officer, nurse ( hlth: hlth. service)air force officer, nurse.
Black, Joanne Martena Reinhard was born on April 5, 1939 in Fish Creek, Wisconsin, United States.
Diploma, Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital School Nursing, 1960. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Columbia University, 1972. Master of Science in Medical-Surgical Nursing, University California, San Francisco, 1974.
Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Nursing Research, University Texas, 1983.
Staff nurse medical/surgical Intensive Care Unit, Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital, 1960—1962, 1963—1964. Staff nurse cardiothoracic unit University Hospitals Madison, Wisconsin. Courier nurse Santa Fe Railway, Chicago, 1964—1966.
Head nurse trauma unit Cook County Hospital, 1966—1968. Nurse research assistant Hektoen Institute, Chicago, 1968—1969. Nurse research assistant department surgical metabolism Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1969—1970, staff nurse surgical Intensive Care Unit, 1970—1972, clinical nurse, hemodialysis, renal transplant and cardiothoracic units, 1972—1973.
Commissioned captain Nurses Corps, United States Air Force, 1973, advanced through grades to lieutenant colonel, 1986. Staff nurse department surgical nursing Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, 1974—1976, clinical instructor department nursing education, 1976—1978, clinical nurse investigator division nursing, 1983—1986. Nurse researcher Office of United States Air Force Surgeon General, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, since 1986.
Surgical nurse clinical specialist United States Air Force Regional Hospital, Lakenheath, England, 1978—1980. Nurse research consultant Office of United States Air Force Chief Nurse, Bolling Rock Air Force Base, District of Columbia, since 1986.