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nursing educator

Beryl Kay Pixley, American nursing educator. Member American Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Emergency Nurses Association, Tennessee Nurses Association, University Texas Health Science Center Nursing Alumni Association, Murray State University Nursing Association, Murray State University Honor Society in Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Chi, Phi Theta Kappa.

Background

Pixley, Beryl Kay was born on June 1, 1953 in Mount Carmel, Illinois, United States.

Education

AS, Wabash Valley Junior College, 1973; Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Murray (Kentucky) State University, 1976; Master of Science in Nursing, University Texas Health Science Center, 1982.

Career

Private United States Army, 1974-1976. Staff nurse Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado, 1976-1978. 1st lieutenant Army Nurse Corps., 1976-1979, captain, 1979-1987, major, 1987-1993, lieutenant colonel, 1993-1995.

Staff nurse Ireland Army Community Hospital, Fort Knox, Kentucky, 1979-1980, head nurse, 1980-1981, staff nurse, 1981. Nurse counselor 4th Recruiting Brigade St. Louis Recruiting Battalion, St. Louis, 1983-1985. Staff nurse, assistant head nurse 121st EVAC Hospital, Seoul, Korea, 1985-1986.

Chief G Section, branch III Academy Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1986-1987, chief branch III combat medical specialist, 1987-1989. Clinical head nurse United States Army Clinic/Ambulance Section, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, 1989-1991. Nurse instructor nursing education and staff development Tripler Army Medical Center, 1991-1992.

Director critical care nursing course Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1992-1995, retired, 1995. Instructor The Health Institute San Antonio, 1995-1999. Float nurse CCN/Emergency Österreichische MineralölVerwaltung Medical Inc., San Antonio, 1999-2001.

PRN nurse Emergency Department Emergency Tennessee Medical Center (MTMC), Murfreesboro, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Introductory Nursing Care of Adults, second edition, 2000.

Membership

Private United States Army, 1974-1976, 1st Lieutenant Army Nurse Corps, 1976-1979, captain, 1979-1987, major, 1987-1993, lieutenant colonel 1993-1995, retired. Member ANA, AACN, Emergency Nurses Association, Texas Nurses Association, University Texas Health Science Center Nursing Alumni Association, Murray State University Nursing Association, Murray State University Honor Society in Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Chi, PhiTheta Kappa.