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Anne Hughes Bishop

Anne Hughes Bishop was American nursing educator. Named Outstanding Scholar Lynchburg College, 1992, named to Young Women’s Christian Association Academy Women in Health/Science, 1996; recipient Humanitarian award National Conference for Community & Justice, 2003. Secretary, director Free Clinic of Central Virginia, Lynchburg, 1987-1996. Member of Society for Phenomenology and Human Science.

Background

  • Bishop, Anne Hughes was born on June 27, 1935 in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Aubrey Scott and Virginia May (Flint) Hughes.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of science in nursing, University of Virginia, 1958;Master of Education, Lynchburg (Virginia) College, 1968;MSN, University of Virginia, 1986;Doctor of Education, University of Virginia, 1980.

    Career

    • Staff nurse, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1958-1959;instructor, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1959-1963;assistant director, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1963-1972;director School Nursing, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1972-1979;professor and department chairman nursing, Lynchburg College, 1979-1985;professor nursing, Lynchburg College, since 1979;DON, Center for Health Promotion, since 1992.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Secretary, director Free Clinic of Control Virginia, Lynchburg, 1987-1996. Member ANA, National League for Nursing, Virginia Nurses Association, Society for Edition and Research in Psychiatric Nursing, Society for Phenomenology and Human Science, Human Science Research Conference.

    Personality

    Interests

    Avocations: fishing, genealogy, biking, reading, traveling.

    Connections

    • Married Bobby Nelson Bishop, June 15, 1957. Children: Kathryn B. Bartholf, Barry S. Bishop (December).
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