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Jacqueline Lee Aycock, American Nurse, educator ( hlth: hlth. service)nursing educator. Fellow American Heart Association (certified American Council of Learned Societies instructor, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor); member National League of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau.; Member Hope Christian Church.

Background

Aycock, Jacqueline Lee was born on November 25, 1939 in Belleville, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Elmer William and Manila Cora (Muskopf) Koch.

Education

Diploma in nursing St. Luke's School Nursing, 1960. B.S.N., St. Saint Louis University, 1981, MSN, 1989. Registered Nurse, Illinois Head nurse pediatrics Christian Welfare Hospital, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1961-1965, supervisor, 1966-1969.

Supervisor Memorial Hospital, Belleville, 1969-1972, 78-81,head nurse emergency room, 1972-1976, paramedic instructor, 1977-1978, head nurse Intensive Care Unit, 1983-1988. Director staff development St. Louis Visiting Nurse Association, 1988-1990. Education coordinator Deaconess Health Sys., St. Louis, 1990-1991, critical care clinical nurse specialist, 1991-1993.

Instructor Lutheran School of Nursing, 1993-1994. Assistant professor Deaconess College of Nursing, St. Louis, 1994^. Instructor nursing Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 1981-1983.

Director continuing education for R.N.s Belleville Area College, 1979-1982. Staff nurse e.r. Memorial Bellevue, 1988^. Per diem nursing supervisor Deaconess Control, 1993-1996.

Emergency medical technician, paramedic Columbia Ambulance Service (Illinois), 1978-1982.

Career

Head nurse pediatrics Christian Welfare Hospital, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1961—1965. Supervisor, 1966—1969, Memorial Hospital, Belleville, 1969—1972, 1978—1981. Head nurse emergency room, 1972—1976.

Paramedic instructor, 1977—1978. Head nurse Intensive Care Unit, 1983—1988. Director staff development St. Louis Visiting Nurse Association, 1988—1990.

Education coordinator Deaconess Health Systems, St. Louis, 1990—1991. Critical care clinical nurse specialist, 1991—1993. Instructor Lutheran School of Nursing, 1993—1994.

Assistant professor Deaconess College of Nursing, St. Louis, since 1994. Instructor nursing Barnes School of Nursing, 1981—1983. Director continuing education RNs Belleville Area College, 1979—1982.

Staff nurse e.r. Memorial Bellevue, 1988—1998. Per diem nursing supervisor Forest Park Hospital, since 1993. Emergency medical technician, paramedic Columbia Ambulance Service (Illinois), 1978—1982.

Religion

The ultimate goal to be attained is not only to be saved from something. The purpose God has is to be saved to something.

Politics

Christian discipleship is a commitment to work for social and political change of the community you live in.

Views

Libelous language with regard to nationality, ethnic background, sexuality or gender does not assess the value of individual and contradicts the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Membership

Fellow American Heart Association (certified American Council of Learned Societies instructor, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor). Member National League of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau. Member Hope Christian Church.

Connections

Married Ray H. Aycock, December 30, 1960. Children: Andrea Lyn, Andrew Wayne.