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Margaret Elizabeth Crockett, American critical care, neonatal nurse, consultant. Registered Nurse, California, Utah, England, Wales; certified neonatal nurse practitioner, neonatal resuscitation regional trainer.


Crockett, Margaret Elizabeth was born on May 8, 1950 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Merton Rodman and Euphenia Margaret (Campbell) Crockett.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University of California at Los Angeles, 1972. MSN, University Utah, 1982.


Charge nurse United States Army Hospital, Fort Polk, Louisiana, 1972-1973. Charge nurse to assistant chief of nursing service United States Army 5th General Hospital, Bad Cannstatt, Federal Republic of Germany, 1973-1975. Staff nurse to charge nurse newborn Intensive Care Unit University Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, 1975-1977.

Staff nurse newborn Intensive Care Unit Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1977-1978. Staff nurse to charge nurse Primary Children's Medical Center, Salt Lake City, 1978-1982. Clinical nurse specialist neonatology Sutter Memorial Hospital, Sacramento, since 1983.

Lecturer to numerous professional groups. Researcher in field.


Captain United States Army, 1970-1975. Member Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, American Nurses Association (test development committee for certified of high-risk perinatal nurses 1980-1986), National Perinatal Association, National Association Neonatal Nurses (program committee 1983-1989, education committee, SIG treasurer 1992), Extracorporal Life Support Organization (logistics and education committee), California Perinatal Association, Maternal-Child Health Outreach Educators Northern California, Perinatal Improvement Network (Northeast California Regionalization Project, professional education task force, transport task force), Gamma Rho chapter Sigma Theta Tau.