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Kristine Moore Gebbie, American health science educator, health official Recipient Distinguished Alumna award St. Olaf College, 1979; Distinguished scholar American Nurses Foundation, 1989.


Gebbie, Kristine Moore was born on June 26, 1943 in Sioux City, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Thomas Carson and Gladys Irene (Stewart) Moore.


Bachelor of science in nursing, St. Olaf College, 1965;Master of Science in Nursing, University of California at Los Angeles, 1968. Department of Public Health University of Michigan, 1995. Project director United States Public Health Service training grant, St. Louis, 1972-1977.

Coordinator nursing St. Saint Louis University, 1974-1976, assistant dir.nursing, 1976-1978, clinical professor, 1977-1978. Administrator Oregon Health Division, Portland, 1978-1989. Secretary.


Project director United States Public Health Service Training Grant, St. Louis, 1972—1977. Coordinator nursing St. Louis University, 1974—1976, assistant director nursing, 1976—1978, clinical professor, 1977—1978. Administrator Oregon Health Division, Portland, 1978—1989.

Secretary Washington State Department Health, Olympia, 1989—1993. Coordinator National Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Policy, Washington, 1993—1994. Associate professor School Nursing Columbia University, 1994—2007, professor, since 2007.

Associate professor Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, 1980—1990. Chair secretarial panel on evaluation of epidemiologic research activities United States Department Energy, 1989—1990. Member Presidential Commission on Human Imunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, 1987—1988.


  • Other Work

    • Author (with Deloughery and Neuman): Consultation and Community Organization, 1971. Author: (with Deloughery) Political Dynamics: Impact on Nurses, 1975. Author: (with Scheer) Creative Teaching in Clinical Nursing, 1976.


Board directors Lusth. Family Services Oregon and Southwest Washington, 1979—1984, Oregon Psychoanalytic Found.1, 1983—1987. Fellow: American Academy Nursing.

Member: American Society Public Administration (Administration award II 1983), North America Nursing Diagnosis Association (treasurer 1983-1984), Institute Medicine, American Public Health Association (executive board), Association State and Territorial Health Officials (president 1984-1985, executive committee 1980-1987, McCormick award 1988).


Married Lester N. Wright. Children: Anna, Sharon, Eric.

Thomas Carson Moore

Gladys Irene (Stewart) Moore

Lester N. Wright

Sharon Gebbie

Eric Gebbie

Anna Gebbie