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nursing educator

Joanne Marie Hall, American nursing educator. Registered Nurse, Iowa, California, Wisconsin. Recipient National Research Service award predoctoral fellow National Institutes of Health, 1989-1992, National Research Service award postdoctoral fellow National Institutes of Health, 1992-1994, University California Chancellor's Graduate Research fellow award, 1991-1992.


Hall, Joanne Marie was born on March 4, 1953 in Dubuque, Iowa, United States.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University Dubuque, 1977. Master of Arts in Nursing, University Iowa, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, University California, San Francisco, 1992.

Postgraduate, University California, San Francisco, 1994.


Nursing instructor, Finley Hospital School of Nursing, Dubuque, 1979-1980;nursing instructor, Clark College, Dubuque, 1982-1984;staff nurse, Mercy Health Center, Dubuque, 1977-1979, 80-82;primary nurse, San Francisco General Hospital, 1986-1989;research consultant, Lyon-Martin Women's Health Superior vena cava syndrome, San Francisco, 1992-1994;postdoctoral fellow, University of California, San Francisco, 1992-1994;assistant professor, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, since 1994. Coordinator international women's health conference International Kellogg Foundation, 1990;research consultant American Foundation for Acuired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research, San Francisco, 1992-1994. Member of national extramural grant review committee Center for Substance Abuse Prevention SAMHSA, United States Public Health Service, 1995, member of national extramural grant review committee Center for Mental Health Superior vena cava syndrome SAMHSA, United States Public Health Service, 1995.


  • Registered Nurse, Iowa, California, Wisconsin.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books. Author papers in field. Member editorial review board Advances in Nursing Science, since 1994, Western Journal Nursing Research, since 1994, Health Care for Women International, since 1995.


Co-founder Catholic Worker House Shelter for Homeless Women and Children, Dubuque, 1977-1983. Member American Nurses Association (council nurse researchers), American Public Health Association, American Orthopsychiat. Association, American Association Physicians for Human Rights (national advisory board), International Council on Women's Health Issues, Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: running, playing stringed instruments, writing poetry, painting and pastels, Irish music.