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Myra Jo Woolery-Antill Edit Profile

Myra Jo Woolery-Antill, American pediatric clinical nurse specialist. Certified pediatric oncology nurse, Pouch Attachment Ladder System. Named one of Outstanding Young Women in American, 1986; American Cancer Society scholar, 1985-1986.


Woolery-Antill, Myra Jo was born on January 20, 1959 in Baltimore. Daughter of James Elmer and Myra Eileen (Hoover) Woolery.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1981. Master of Nursing, University Washington, 1986.


Clinical nurse, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1981-1984;pediatric home care nurse, Staff Builders, Baltimore, 1984;research assistant, U. Washington, Seattle, 1985;staff nurse, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, 1986-1987;clinical nurse specialist, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., since 1987.


Volunteer, planning committee Camp Goodtimes, Seattle, 1985-1987. Nurse Camp Fantastic, Front Royal, Virginia, 1991, 94-99, Camp Sunshine, Front Royal, 1994, 97-99. Member Association Pediatric Oncology Nurses (certified, practice chair 1991-1993, member Food and Drug Administration working group 1991-1994, President' Certified of Appreciation 1993, honorary board member National Capitol chapter 1988-1989, secretary 1989-1991, 98—, president 1991-1995), Association for Care of Children's Health, Oncology Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau.


Married Forrest Denver Antill, February 14, 1982.