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Marilyn Alice Conklin

Marilyn Alice Conklin, American nurse, educator. Achievements include development of human aspects of health care program. Member of American Society for Training and Development, American Society Health Education & Training American Hospital Association (past president eastern Washington, Idaho chapter).

Background

  • Conklin, Marilyn Alice was born on November 19, 1937 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Charles Hobart and Agnes Alzina (Warriner) Solomon.

  • Education

    • Diploma in nursing, Sacred Heart School Nursing, 1964. Bachelor of Science in Health Science Education, Whitworth College, 1979. Postgrad, Whitworth College, 1984.

      Postgrad, Eastern Washington University, since 1983.

    Career

    • Staff nurse pediatrics Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane, 1965—1966, charge nurse orthopedics, 1969—1971. Nurse therapist Child Psychiatric Day Care Unit, University Washington, Seattle, 1966—1968. Office nurse Everett, 1968—1969.

      Nurse maternity department Everett General Hospital, 1971—1972. Staff nurse Holy Family Hospital, Spokane, 1972—1975, instructor educational services, 1975—1976, co-director educational services, 1976—1978, director, since 1978. Health care seminar leader.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include development of human aspects of health care program.

    Membership

    Member of American Society for Training and Development, American Society Health Education & Training American Hospital Association (past president eastern Washington, Idaho chapter).

    Connections

    • Married John Louis Conklin Conklin, September 25, 1973.
    • father: Charles Hobart Solomon
    • mother: Agnes Alzina (Warriner) Solomon
    • spouse: John Louis Conklin Conklin
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    Born November 19, 1937
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