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Jeanenne Frances Clark

Jeanenne Frances Clark, American community health nurse specialist. Recipient St. Anthony's Star of Excellence award, 1986, Recognition award Barnes Hospital Nursing Service, 1990, Dean's Distinguished Nurse award University Missouri, St. Louis, 1992; American Association of Critical Care Nurses scholar.

Background

  • Clark, Jeanenne Frances was born on October 1, 1954 in St. Louis. Daughter of Pete Junior and Marie (Risch) Stoplos.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Jewish Hospital School Nursing, St. Louis, 1975. Bachelor of science in nursing cum laude, University Missouri, St. Louis, 1992. Master in Public Health, MSN, St. Louis University, 1996.

    Career

    • Staff nurse, acute medicine Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, 1975-1977. Critical care nurse, medical-coronary Intensive Care Unit St. Anthony's Medical Center, 1977-1988. Staff nurse level III burn/trauma, respiratory Intensive Care Unit Barnes Hospital, 1988-1991.

      Staff nurse trauma Intensive Care Unit St. Louis University Hospital, 1991-1994. Public health nurse Family Care Health Centers, 1994. Community health supervisor various community health center, 1994-1996, acting health services director, 1995-1996.

      Program coordinator Immunization Information Systems, St. Louis University, 1997-1999. Special porgrams coordinator Care Partners Medicaid Managed Care health maintenance organization, BJC Health Systems, St. Louis. Quality improvement coordinator women and infants BJC Health Systems, since 1999.

      Ambassador, member Critical Care Nursing Delegation, Russia, Hungary, 1992. Presenter in field.

    Membership

    Member Citizens for Missouri's Children. Elected B.O.D. Teen Prevention Partnership, St. Louis, 1999. Member American Nurses Association (institute constituent members on nursing practice 1991-1994), American Public Health Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses (clinical practice special interest consultant region 14 1990-1992, president St. Louis chapter 1991-1992, chairman public relations 1988-1990, health care policy and legislation editor St. Louis chapter 1989-1995.

    Certified corporation, examination writer 1990-1992), Association Women's Health, Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses, Missouri Nurses Association (2 vice president 3d district 1994-1996, council nursing practice 1987-1991, medical-surgical chairman 1989-1991), Missouri Public Health Association (Second vice president St. Louis chapter 1995-1996), League of Women Voters, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Richard Edward Clark, June 9, 1974. Childen: Richard Paul, Jason Nicholas.
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    Born October 1, 1954
    (age 63)