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Carol A. Clements

Carol A. Clements, American nursing educator. Recipient Volunteer of Year award Alabama Affiliate American Diabetes Association, 1988, Carol Clements Campership to Camp Seale Harris award Diabetic Children of Alabama Fund, 1983, Outstanding Young Women award, 1982, Distinguished Service award Alabama affiliate American Diabetes Association.

Background

  • Clements, Carol A. was born on March 28, 1945 in Peru, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Mark Twain and Stella Mildred (Dinkens) Clements.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, 1967. Bachelor of science in nursing, University South Alabama, 1980. MSN, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1982.

      Data Source Name, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1985.

    Career

    • Charge nurse pediatrics, Blank Children's Hospital, Des Moines, 1967-1969;charge nurse pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, 1969-1971;clinical coordinator pediatrics and Intensive Care Unit, Texas Institute Rehabilitation and Research, Houston, 1971-1973;supervisor ICUs, St. Luke's Hospital, Houston, 1971-1973;commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1973;advanced through grades to Lieutenant, United States Navy, 1976;retired, United States Navy, 1981;staff nurse nursery, Baptist Medical Center-Montclair, Birmingham, Alabama, 1981;medical center research fellow, U. Alabama, Birmingham, 1982-1984;associate professor, coordinator computer resources, U. South Alabama, Mobile, since 1984. Presenter in field.

    Membership

    Member American Diabetes Association, Alabama Affiliate, chairman camp committee, 1989-1990, president board directors, 1986-1988, chairman research committee 1983-1986, chairman bylaws and personnel committee 1983-1988. Board directors Camp Seale Harris. Member American Nurses Association, Alabama State Nurses Association, Organization Ob-Gyn. and Neonatal Nurses (chairman 1986-1988, regional committee program), National League Nurses, Alabama League Nurses (Second vice president 1988, president-elect 1988-1989), University South Alabama International Alumni Association, University Alabama Birmingham National Alumni Association, Phi Kappa Phi (secretary 1990-1992), Sigma Theta Tau (Zeta Gamma chapter, president 1990-1992).
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    Born March 28, 1945
    Died March 4, 2002
    (aged 56)