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Dorothy Ann Thiel Liesen

Dorothy Ann Thiel Liesen, American nurse.


Liesen, Dorothy Ann Thiel was born on December 13, 1944 in Milwaukee. Daughter of Roman Aloise and Mary Ann Viola (Dorn) Thiel.


Registered Nurse, St. Joseph's Hospital School Nursing, 1966. Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Carroll College, 1975. Master of Science in Health Management, University São Paolo.

Florida, 1979; Doctor in Business Administration, Nova University, 1986.


Staff and charge nurse St. Michaels Hospital, Milwaukee, 1966-1967. Instructor in medical surgery Sacred Heart School Practical Nursing, West Allis, Wisconsin, 1967-1973. Infection surveillance officer Waukesha (Wisconsin) Memorial Hospital, 1973-1976.

Nurse epidemiologist James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital, Tampa, Florida, since 1976. Consultant in epidemiology and computer applications, since 1978. Clinical associate University South Florida School Nursing, Tampa, since 1979.

Faculty Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, since 1979, Nova University, since 1988.


Member finance and steering committees, chair long range planning committee North Tampa Reform Jewish Association, Inc., 1986. Member Association for Practitioners of Infection Control, Florida Practitioners of Infection Control (vice president 1976-1977, president 1978-1979, nominating committee 1981-1982), Bay Area Practioners in Infection Control (chair continuing education 1976-1977, vice president 1977-1978, president 1979-1980, board directors 1980-1981).


  • Other Interests

    Gourmet cooking, writing, sewing, art and music.


Married Richard Philip Liesen, August 23, 1969 (deceased November 1973).