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Bette Ann Ide

Bette Ann Ide, American gerontology nursing educator. Wisconsin Legislation Nurse Educator scholar Wisconsin State Board Nursing, 1969-1972; nurse-scientist training grantee Division Nursing, National Research Service, 1972-1976, fellow, 1977-1978.

Background

  • Ide, Bette Ann was born on October 30, 1936 in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Frederick and Antoinette (Dvorak) Rabuck.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Milwaukee General Hospital School Nursing, 1957. Bachelor of science in nursing with high honors, University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1972. Master of Arts in Sociology, University Arizona, 1974.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University Arizona, 1979. MSN, University Arizona, 1982.

    Career

    • Assistant professor King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Research associate University Arizona, Tucson. Assistant professor University Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.

      Associate professor University Wyoming, Laramie. Staff nurse Veterans Administration Center, Wood, Wisconsin. Instructor nursing University Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

      Research assistant University Arizona, Tucson. Associate professor University North Dakota, Grand Forks. Lecturer continuing nursing education University Arizona.

    Membership

    Member ANA, American Sociological Association, Gerontological Society American, National Council on Aging, National Rural Health Association, Western Society Research in Nursing, Western Institute Nursing, Wyoming Public Health Association, Council Nurse Researchers, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Harvey W. Ide, September 21, 1957. Children: Karen B., Daniel H., Jodie A.
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    Born October 30, 1936