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Linda Ilene Morris, American occupational health nurse. Registered Nurse, Utah; certified American Board Occupational Health Nurses, certified infection control. Member American Public Health Association, American Association Occupational Health Nurses, Association Hospital Employee Health Professionals, Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

Morris, Linda Ilene was born on February 13, 1950 in Salt Lake City. Daughter of Floyd Edmund and Darlene Virginia (Rooklidge) Morris.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1974. Master of Science, University Utah, 1984. Postgraduate, University Cincinnati.

Career

Nurse surgical Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1974-1977, director employee health, occupational health specialist, 1986-1990. Occupational health nurse aerospace division Hercules Inc., Magna, Utah, 1976-1979. Assistant coordinator St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1982-1985.

Occupational health senior nurse Solar Turbines, San Diego, 1985-1986. Coordinator employee health Intermountain Health Care, Inc., Salt Lake City, 1990-1992. Staff infection control Immunohistochemistry Latter Day Saints Hospital, 1993-1998.

Program manager Utah State Health Department, since 1998. Volunteer clinical faculty University Utah College Nursing in Occupational Health. Part-time OHN Health Works, Inc., since 1998.

Membership

Member American Public Health Association, American Association Occupational Health Nurses, Association Hospital Employee Health Professionals, Sigma Theta Tau.