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Anne Hughes Bishop was American nursing educator. Named Outstanding Scholar Lynchburg College, 1992, named to Young Women’s Christian Association Academy Women in Health/Science, 1996; recipient Humanitarian award National Conference for Community & Justice, 2003. Secretary, director Free Clinic of Central Virginia, Lynchburg, 1987-1996. Member of Society for Phenomenology and Human Science.


Bishop, Anne Hughes was born on June 27, 1935 in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Aubrey Scott and Virginia May (Flint) Hughes.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University of Virginia, 1958;Master of Education, Lynchburg (Virginia) College, 1968;MSN, University of Virginia, 1986;Doctor of Education, University of Virginia, 1980.


Staff nurse, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1958-1959;instructor, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1959-1963;assistant director, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1963-1972;director School Nursing, Virginia Baptist Hospital, Lynchburg, 1972-1979;professor and department chairman nursing, Lynchburg College, 1979-1985;professor nursing, Lynchburg College, since 1979;DON, Center for Health Promotion, since 1992.


Secretary, director Free Clinic of Control Virginia, Lynchburg, 1987-1996. Member ANA, National League for Nursing, Virginia Nurses Association, Society for Edition and Research in Psychiatric Nursing, Society for Phenomenology and Human Science, Human Science Research Conference.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fishing, genealogy, biking, reading, traveling.


Married Bobby Nelson Bishop, June 15, 1957. Children: Kathryn B. Bartholf, Barry S. Bishop (December).