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Nursing educator

M. Cecilia Wendler, American nursing educator. Achievements include research in First nurse to publish research in the area of Tellington TTouch, a natural healing modality. Member of Sigma Theta Tau, International (immediate past president, delta phi chapter 1999—2002).

Background

Wendler, M. Cecilia was born on January 27, 1954 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of William J. and Martha A. Kent.

Education

Associate in Nursing, Presentation College, 1977. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, College St. Benedict, 1986. Master of Arts in Nursing, College St. Scholastica, 1991.

Doctor of Philosophy of Nursing, U Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1999.

Career

Associate professor of nursing University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, since 1997. Member staff Fairview-U. Medical Center, Minneapolis, since 1991. Lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserves, 1977—2002, Minneapolis.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in First nurse to publish research in the area of Tellington TTouch, a natural healing modality.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (Book) The HeART of Nursing: Creative and Expressive Arts in Nursing, 2003 (nominated for an American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year award, 2003).

Membership

Member of Sigma Theta Tau, International (immediate past president, delta phi chapter 1999—2002).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, writing, exercise, fishing, camping.

Connections

Children: Zachary R., Andrew J.

father:
William J.

mother:
Martha A. Kent

children:
Zachary R. Wendler

Andrew J. Wendler