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Lorraine Jeanette Boudreau

Lorraine Jeanette Boudreau, American nursing researcher. Recipient Sustained Performance award, VA, 1979, 1982, Commander's Special Recognition, 6222d United States Army Reserve School, 1980. Collaborator Nurses in Vietnam: The Forgotten Veterans, 1987; Member of National League for Nursing, Texas Hospital Association, Texas Society Hospital Nursing Administrators, Association Military Surgeons United States, Reserve Officers Association.

Background

  • Boudreau, Lorraine Jeanette was born on August 24, 1943 in W. Warwick, Rhode Island, United States. Daughter of Joseph Onesime and Beatrice Violet (Lecuivre) Boudreau.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Nursing, Roger Williams General Hospital, 1964. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Virginia, 1974. MSN, University of California at Los Angeles, 1977.

    Career

    • Nurse specialist in alcohol rehabilitation Veterans Administration Medical Center, Sepulveda, California, 1974—1978, coordinator community psychiatry program, 1978—1980, assistant chief nurse Kerrville, Texas, 1980—1984. Nurse researcher, from 1984. Assistant clinical professor University of California at Los Angeles, 1978—1979.

      Served with Nurse Corps United States Army, 1965-1971.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Collaborator Nurses in Vietnam: The Forgotten Veterans, 1987. Member of National League for Nursing, Texas Hospital Association, Texas Society Hospital Nursing Administrators, Association Military Surgeons United States, Reserve Officers Association.

    Connections

    • father: Joseph Onesime Boudreau
    • mother: Beatrice Violet (Lecuivre) Boudreau
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    Born August 24, 1943
    Died January 19, 2010
    (aged 66)
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