Veta Hamblen Massey, American nursing educator. Named District Honoree 23d district Georgia Nurses' Association, 1989, District Honoree 19th district Georgia Nurses' Association, 1985; recipient Georgia Rural Health Research award, 1987, Ann Austin Johnston Outstanding Faculty award Brenau University, 1995; R.C. Edwards Research fellow Clemson University, 1983-1984.
Staff nurse Embreeville (Pennsylvania) State Hospital, 1961-1964. Charge nurse nursing home Wilmington, Delaware, 1965-1966. Staff nurse nursing home Marietta, Georgia, 1967-1968.
Office and scrub nurse The Lowenberg Clinic, P.A., Austell, 1968-1973. From staff nurse and relief assistant director to health education coordinator Stephens County Hospital, Toccoa, 1973-1982. Instructor nursing baccalureate program Brenau College, Gainesville, 1982-1984.
Registered Nurse resource pool Stephens County Hospital, Toccoa, 1983-1986. Instructor nursing baccalaureate program Clemson (South Carolina) University, 1984-1986. Assistant professor baccalaureate program West Georgia College, Carrollton, Georgia, 1986-1989.
Professor nursing, chairman department Brenau University, Gainesville, 1990-1997. Dean division nursing Baptist College Health Sciences, Memphis, since 1997. Presenter in field.
Member National League Nursing, Tennessee League Nursing, Georgia Nurses Association (chairman Stephens County chapter 11th district 1975-1977, chairman medical-surgical conference 1976-1977, secretary 11th district 1976-1978, chairman committee on nursing practice 1977-1979, board directors 19th district 1978-1983, president 1983-1985, Second vice president 1985-1986, president 23d district 1987-1989, chairman advisory council 1988-1989, north regional representative 1991-1993), Southern Nursing Research Society, St. Luke Alumni Association, Sigma Theta Tau (president Nu Gamma chapter 1992-1994).