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Margaret Walker, American adult nurse practitioner. Decorated Association of Researchers in Construction Management with oak leaf cluster.


Walker, Margaret was born on February 26, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Leonard and Margaret (Stearn) Walker.


Diploma, Evangelical School Nursing, 1964. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Illinois, Chicago, 1971. MSN, Texas Womens' University, 1979.

Postgraduate, Portland State University.


Nurse emergency room, Evangelical Hospital, Chicago, 1964-1965;supervisor gerontological nurse, Peace Memorial, Chicago, 1966-1969;assistant director gerontological nursing, Four Seasons Nursing Center, Chicago, 1970-1971;critical care nurse medical Intensive Care Unit, Audie Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital., San Antonio, 1973-1974;staff nurse emergency room, Sharpstown General Hospital, Houston, 1975-1976;clinical nurse specialist, United States Public Health Service Hospital, San Francisco, 1980-1981;clinical resource nurse, surgical clinical specialist, Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center, San Franciso, 1981-1984;assistant professor nursing, Linfield College, Portland, Oregon, 1984-1990;adult nurse practitioner, Roving Health Care, since 1990. Clinical reasearcher Hollister Corporation, Chicago, 1981-1984. Consultant, expert witness Department Consumer Affairs State of California Division Investigation, San Mateo, 1981-1984.

Consultant in field, 1981-1984. Member search committee Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Portland.


Volunteer Hospice House, Cascade Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome project Walkathon. Member Cascade Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome project-Health Division Captain United States Army, 1971-1973, Vietnam, lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve, 1990, Persian Gulf. Member American Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses (clinical nurse specialist interest group), Oregon Nurses Association, Association Military Surgeons United States, Military Nursing Special Interest Group, NPO.