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Charlotte Patricia Peggram Paul, American nursing educator.


Paul, Charlotte Patricia Peggram was born on January 13, 1941 in Clarendon, Texas, United States. Daughter of William Clyde Peggram and Sibyl (Rattan) Jones.


Diploma, St. Anthony's Hospital School Nursing, Amarillo, Texas, 1961;student, Amarillo College, 1958-1965;Bachelor of Science, Syracuse University, 1972;Master of Science, Syracuse University, 1973;Doctor of Philosophy in Education Administration, Syracuse University, 1979;postgraduate, Wright State University, 1977-1979;postgraduate, University Texas, El Paso, 1983-1986;postgraduate, U. Pittsburgh, 1992-1994.


Nurse, St. Anthony's Hospital, Amarillo, Texas, 1961-1965;evening charge nurse, Upstate Medical Center State University of New York, Syracuse, 1966-1968;evening charge nurse, Veterans Administration Hospital. General Hospital, Syracuse, 1965-1966;assistant to head nurse, Memorial Hospital, Syracuse, 1966-1968;nurse IV therapy, Community-General Hospital, Syracuse, 1968-1972;instructor, Syracuse Center School System, 1972;assistant director in-service education, House of Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown, New York, 1973-1974;instructor, State University of New York School Nursing, Syracuse, 1974-1975;instructor, Syracuse University School Nursing, 1975-1976;assistant dean, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio., 1977-1979;associate professor, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 1979-1986;professor, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, since 1986;chairperson department graduate studies, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 1980-1982;chairperson department nursing, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 1987-1989. Coordinator quality assurance William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Fort Bliss, Texas, 1982-1985.

Adjunct associate professor of University Texas, El Paso, 1982-1985. Consultant in field.


Board of directors American Red Cross, Syracuse, 1970-1977, Erie County Emergency Management Agency. Chairperson Lake Erie Higher Education Council, 1972-1974, consultant, since 1987. Member Council on Aging Committee on Long Term Care, Dayton, 1977-1978.

Lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve. Member APHA, St. Anthony's Hospital School Nursing Alumni Association, Syracuse U.Alumni assosiation, New York Academy Science, Association Military Surgeons, United States NightengaleSoc., National Ski Patrol (life), Kiwwanis (board directors Edinboro club 1987-1995, president 1988-1989, vice president 1987-1988), Sigma Theta Tau (advisor 1987-1994), Pi Lambda Theta (life, president local chapter 1973-1975).


Married Robert M. Paul, April 4, 1964. Children: Peter, Lauraine.