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Elizabeth Ann Humphrey

Elizabeth Ann Humphrey, American women's health nurse. Member Rural Health Care Authority, Baton Rouge, since 1993; member Volunteer of America Advisory Council; Member Louisiana State Nurses Association (treasurer 1983-1987, president 1987-1991), Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Omega.

Background

  • Humphrey, Elizabeth Ann was born on August 6, 1940 in a, Maine, United States. Daughter of Roy Sidney and Eda May (Messer) Humphrey.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of science in nursing, Keuka College, 1961. MSN, University Maryland, 1965. Doctor of Education, University Southern Mississippi, 1977.

    Career

    • Staff nurse Boston Lying-In Hospital, 1961-1962. Instructor University Maine, Orono, 1962-1964. Assistant professor Louisiana State Medical School Department Nursing, New Orleans, 1965-1968, Tulane University School Public Health, New Orleans, 1968-1975.

      Professor, associate dean Louisiana State University School Nursing, since 1975. Director nursing Louisiana Family Planning Program. Adjunct professor Tulane University School Public Health, since 1984.

      Board directors, vice president Louisiana State Board Nursing, New Orleans, since 1992. Chair personnel committee Louisiana Board Nursing Home Examiners, Baton Rouge, since 1989. Board directors Maternal Child Health Coalition, Baton Rouge, since 1989.

      Board directors, vice chairman advisory council on disability prevention, New Orleans, since 1989.

    Membership

    Member Rural Health Care Authority, Baton Rouge, since 1993. Member Volunteer of America Advisory Council. Member Louisiana State Nurses Association (treasurer 1983-1987, president 1987-1991), Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Omega.

    Personality

    Interests

    Handcrafts, china painting, reading.

    Connections

    • father: Roy Sidney Humphrey
    • mother: Eda May (Messer) Humphrey
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    Born August 6, 1940
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