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Melanie Beth Kalman, American nursing educator, researcher. Recipient President's award, Upstate Medical University, 2005, Intramural award, 2008. Member of New York State Nurse Association (peer review committee member since 2006), National Association Clinical Nurse Specialists (chair marketing committee since 2003), Sigma Theta Tau International (Omicron alpha chapter member since 1992).

Background

Kalman, Melanie Beth was born on July 7, 1948 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Joseph and Ruth Kalman.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse, 1992. Master of Science, State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado Health Science Center, Denver, 2000.

Career

Nurse manager Intensive Care Unit Cortland Memorial Hospital, New York, 1977—1979, infection controller practitioner, 1979—1987. Clinical lecturer Binghamton University, Decker School Nursing, 1992—2001. Associate professor, director research State University of New York Upstate Medical University, College Nursing, since 2001.

Reviewer Numerous Journals.

Membership

Member of New York State Nurse Association (peer review committee member since 2006), National Association Clinical Nurse Specialists (chair marketing committee since 2003), Sigma Theta Tau International (Omicron alpha chapter member since 1992).

Connections

Married Daniel Zimet (divorced). Children: Joshua Blumkin, Aaron Blumkin, Zachary Blumkin. Married David D. Zimet.