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Madeline Hubbard Schmitt

Madeline Hubbard Schmitt, American nursing educator, sociologist. Registered Nurse, New York. Named Distinguished Nurse Researcher, New York State, 1988; recipient Dorothea Lynde Dix prize, 1965, Claire Dennison prize, 1965, AJN Book of the Year award, 1984; United States Public Health Service Special Research fellow, 1967-1972.

Background

  • Schmitt, Madeline Hubbard was born on July 1, 1943 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of Lloyd Bertrand and Mae Thelma (Ketchum) Hubbard.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Rochester, 1965. Master of Arts, University Rochester, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1976.

    Career

    • Assistant professor nursing and sociology, U. Rochester (New York), l972-78;director research office, U. Rochester School Nursing, l977-80;associate professor sociology, U. Rochester School Nursing, 1978-1987;associate professor nursing, U. Rochester School Nursing, 1978-1992;university mentor, U. Rochester School Nursing, l983-84;professor nursing, U. Rochester School Nursing, since 1992;director Doctor of Philosophy programs, U. Rochester School Nursing, since 1994. Training consultant VA Medical Center, Buffalo, since 1983, numerous others. Helen DenneSchulte visiting associate professor of University Wisconsin School Nursing, Madison, 1988.

      Member nursing research study section National Institutes of Health, 1991-1994.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Group leadership trainer and facilitator Cancer Action, Inc., Rochester, 1979-1992. Fellow American Academy Nursing. Member American Nurses Association, American Sociological Association, Sigma Theta Tau (chapter president 1991-1992).

    Connections

    • Daughter of Lloyd Bertrand and Mae Thelma (Ketchum) Hubbard. M. Albert Thomas Schmitt, October l8, l963 (divorced October l972). M. Michael Patrick Farrell, August 7, l976.
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    Born July 1, 1943
    (age 74)