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Elizabeth Louise Crow Dayani

Elizabeth Louise Crow Dayani, American Health services executive, educator ( hlth: hlth. service, Educated)health services executive, educator. Recipient Service award Moore County Health Council, 1975, Exceptional Performance award American Nursing Resources, 1986; named one of Outstanding Young Women American Good Housekeeping magazine, 1985.


Dayani, Elizabeth Louise Crow was born on April 28, 1950 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Jon Killough and Flora Louise (Worthington) Crow.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Vanderbilt University, 1971. MSN cum laude, Vanderbilt University, 1972.


Instructor, Vanderbilt University School Nursing, Nashville, 1972-1974. Director, practitioner Moore County Primary Care Center, Lynchberg, Tennessee, 1974-1975. Family nurse practitioner Metro Health Department, Nashville, 1975-1976.

Assistant professor Wayne State University School Nursing, Detroit, 1976-1977. Assistant professor of University Kansas School Nursing, Kansas City, 1977-1981, associate professor, 1981-1982. Co-owner, executive director American Nursing Resources, Overland Park, Kansas, 1982-1991.

Nat. director/nurse advocacy KQC Staffing Kimberly Quality Care, 1991-1994. Vice president development Integrated Health Superior vena cava syndrome, 1994^. Adjunct Professor school nursing Vanderbilt, Kansas University, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1983^.

Board of directors Midwest Bioethics Center, 1987-1990, Kansas Nurses Foundation. Mem.adv. board Avila Nursing Department. Member Home Care Professional/Technology Advisory Committee Joint Commision on Accreditation of Healthcare Orgns., 1988-1991, member home care advising committee, 1985-1987.

Member of advisory board Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1989^.


Board directors Midwest Bioethics Center, 1987—1990, Kansas Nurses Foundation. Member advisory board Avila Nursing Department. Member Home Care Professional/Technology Advisory Committee Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, 1988—1991, member home care advisory committee, 1985—1987.

Member advisory board Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1989—1996. President Julia Hartford Society, UNSN, 2001—2002. Member advisory board VUHC.

Member of American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, National League Nursing, National Association Home Care, American Society Quality Control, Kansas State Nurses Association (Second vice president 1991-1993, board directors since 1993), Sigma Theta Tau (Leadership award 1986).


Married John H. Dayani, June 13, 1970. 1 child John H.