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Marie Thérèse Feuerstein, British international health consultant. State registered nurse. Member International Union Health Education, National Council for International Health, Royal College Nursing, Asian Community Health Action Group, Nightingale Fellowship.

Background

Feuerstein, Marie Thérèse was born on November 27, 1941 in Bournemouth, Dorset, England. Daughter of Stephen Henry Cramer and Gwendolyn Marie (Parker) Wallbridge.

Education

Diploma in Community Development, University Manchester, 1971. Master of Education, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy in Community Development.

Career

Graduate nurse, St. Thomas Hospital, Londonco-director, Feuerstein Prodns. Ltd., London, 1978-1992. Freelance consultant, since 1977.

Consultant in international health to various organizations, including World Health Organization, Geneva and Manila, World Bank in Washington and India, Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations), Rome, Misereor in Philippines and Germany. Consultant, major reviewer of primary health care development in 70 countries World Health Organization, 1981-1982. Member county of management appropriated Resources and Technology Action Group, London, 1983-1990.

Member Action for International Medicine.

Membership

Member International Union Health Education, National Council for International Health, Royal College Nursing, Asian Community Health Action Group, Nightingale Fellowship.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fundraising, painting, writing poetry, gardening.

Connections

Married Malcolm Feuerstein, September 18, 1970. Children: Rachel Gabrielle, Joseph Stefon.