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Barbara Cross Woodring

Barbara Cross Woodring, American nursing educator. Registered Nurse; certified CPR instructor, NCAST instructor. American Association of University Women scholar, 1960, Roberta Lee Ball scholar, 1963. Member of National League Nursing (accreditation evaluator), Society Pediatric Nurses (chair national education committee), Pi Lambda Theta, Sigma Theta Tau (Educator of Year), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Woodring, Barbara Cross was born on January 26, 1944 in Baltimore. Daughter of Robert N. and Evelyn (Smith) Cross.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Nursing, Union Memorial Hospital School Nursing, 1963. Bachelor of science in nursing cum laude, Grace College. Master of Science, St. Francis College, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

      Master of Education, Johns Hopkins University. MSN, Johns Hopkins University. Doctor of Education, Ball State University.

    Career

    • Coordinator Children's Memorial Medical Center, Chicago. Assistant professor director graduate studies Pediatrics Center Nursing Northwestern University. Associate professor Rush U./Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center.

      Assistant chair maternal-child nursing, practitioner-teacher. Associate professor, chair department parent-child nursing school nursing Medical College Georgia, Health Science University Georgia.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse; certified CPR instructor, NCAST instructor.

    Works

    • Author: Central Nervous System Role Development, Implimentation of the Vulnerability Model, Maternal-Child Interactions in Cocaine Abusing Mothers, Teaching Strategies with Children 4-12 Years.

    Membership

    Member of National League Nursing (accreditation evaluator), Society Pediatric Nurses (chair national education committee), Pi Lambda Theta, Sigma Theta Tau (Educator of Year), Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • father: Robert N. Cross
    • mother: Evelyn (Smith) Cross
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    Born January 26, 1944
    (age 73)
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