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Nancy L. Hane

Nancy L. Hane, American nursing educator. Registered Nurse, Oklahoma. Recipient Life Safer award American Cancer Society, 1988.

Background

Hane, Nancy L. was born on August 23, 1945 in Mobile, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Raymond Everett and Nadine Louise (Bishop) Meyn.

Education

Diploma in nursing, St. Luke's Hospital School Nursing, Kansas City, Missouri, 1966. Bachelor of science in nursing with honors, University Oklahoma, 1983. Master of Science, University Oklahoma, 1985.

Career

Staff nurse Florida State University Student Health Service, 1966-1969, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, 1970-1972, Mid-Columbia Mental Health Center, Richland, Washington, 1974-1976. Psychiatric nurse Center Oklahoma Community Mental Health Center, 1976-1979. Cleveland County coordinator Hospice Center Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, 1984-1985.

Staff nurse in oncology South Community Hospital, 1985-1987. Staff nurse Norman (Oklahoma) Regional Hospital, since 1987. Assistant professor nursing Oklahoma City University, since 1986.

Instructor Basic Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association, 1988.

Membership

Member advisory board Moore-Norman Vo-Tech Licensed Practical Nurse program, 1985, St. Stephen's United Methodist Church, Norman, Oklahoma, 1976. Chairman various committees Oklahoma division American Cancer Society, 1987. Member American Nurses Association (baccalaureate representative), Council on Education of Oklahoma Nurses Association, University Oklahoma College Nursing Alumni Association (vice president 1988-1990), Sigma Theta Tau.