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Mary Ann Madewell, American nursing educator. Registered Nurse, Ohio, Indiana. Recipient Perinatal grant and nurse traineeship, 1978-1979, 79-81, Research award Sigma Theta Tau, 1985; principal investigator March of Dimes, 1994, Ohio Department Health, 1994-1997.

Background

Madewell, Mary Ann was born on March 12, 1936 in Cincinnati. Daughter of Joseph Anthony and Gertrude (Lietemeyer) Siegel.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, University Cincinnati, 1958. MSN, Indiana University, 1982. Doctor in Nursing Service, Indiana University, 1994.

Career

Assistant head nurse The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, 1958. Instructor, teacher trainer, evaluator Childbirth Education Association, 1958-1983. Office, on-call nurse Drs.

Graf and McCord, 1958-1960. Staff nurse Mount Carmel Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, 1960-1961. Instructor University Cincinnati, 1977-1978.

Teacher assistant Indiana University, Indianapolis, 1981-1982, 83-84. Instructor adjunct University Cincinnati, 1985-1988. Assistant visiting professor Miami University, Hamilton, Ohio, 1992-1994.

Assistant professor University Cincinnati, since 1994. Advisory board member Pregnancy Center Clermont, since 1986. Community educator abuse of children Women Helping Women, Cincinnati, since 1993.

Membership

Board of directors Great Rivers Girl Scout Council, Cincinnati, since 1991, presenter adolescent sexuality, 1987-1991. Member Midwest Nursing Research Society (presenter 1984), Association Women's Health, Obstetrical Neonatal Nurses (presenter, hospitality since 1972), National Perinatal Association, Health Mothers, Health Babies, Childbirth Education Association (consultant since 1983), Southwestern Ohio Nurses Association (chair membership committee since 1997).

Connections

Married James Arthur Madewell, September 12, 1959. Children: Mary E., James J., Ann Marie, Larry J.