Judith Anne Magill
Judith Anne Magill, American psychiatric-mental health nurse. Registered Nurse, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Virginia; certified addictions nurse. Member National Nurses Society on Addictions, Sigma Theta Tau.
Magill, Judith Anne was born on April 22, 1944 in Duncansville, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Kenneth D. and Vivian M. (Flegal) Magill.
Diploma in nursing, Indiana (Pennsylvania) Hospital, 1965. Bachelor of science in nursing with high distinction, Pennsylvania State University, 1968. Master of Science in Nursing cum laude, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1972.
Staff-head nurse, instructor, administrator-program co-director grant, Hollidaysburg (Pennsylvania) Eastern State Hospital, 1965-1970, 73-74;clinical nurse specialist Phipps Psychiatric Clinic,, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1972-1973;instructor nursing, Keuka College, Keuka Park, New York, 1974-1976;clinical nurse specialist, psychiatric liaison, Binghamton (New York) General Hospital, 1976-1980;community mental health nurse, Binghamton Psychiatric Center, 1980-1981;coordinator aftercare, Alexandria (Virginia) Community Mental Health Center, 1982-1983;head nurse, Forbes Regional Hospital, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 1983-1984;instructor nursing, Duquesne U., Pittsburgh, 1984-1987;staff nurse, Jefferson Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1984-1987;primary therapist, senior supervising therapist, case manager, Gateway Rehabilitation Center, Pittsburgh and Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, 1987-1992;clinical nurse specialist Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic, U. Pittsburgh, since 1992. Presenter to various workshops, seminars and symposia.
Member National Nurses Society on Addictions, Sigma Theta Tau.