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Nurse educator

Patricia Jean Cleveland, American Nurse educator ( hlth: hlth. service)nurse educator. Member nursing services committee Birmingham chapter American Red Cross, since 1983, co-chairman, 1980-1981, co-Chairman of Commission to plan activitiesfor developmenally disabled adults, 1981^; Member ANA, U. Alabama School Nursing Alumni Association (board directors 1983^, chairman newslettercom. 1975-1991).

Background

Cleveland, Patricia Jean was born on September 26, 1944 in Royston, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Hugh Dorsey and Doris Jean (Welborn) C. Diploma, Lively School Practical Nursing, Tallahassee, 1963.

Education

Registered Nurse, Birmingham Baptist Hospital School Nursing, 1967. Bachelor of science in nursing, U. Alabama, 1973, MSN, 1975. Practical nurse Washington County Hospital, Chipley, Florida, 1963-1964.

Doctor's office nurse, Chipley, 1964. Nursingasst. Birmingham Baptist Hospital, 1965-1967, staff nurse, 1967-1972. Clinical associate U. Alabama School Nursing, Birmingham, 1973-1974, instructor, 1975-1977, assistant professor nursing, since 1977.

Career

Practical nurse Washington County Hospital, Chipley, Florida, 1963—1964, doctors office nurse Chipley, 1964. Nursing assistant Birmingham Baptist Hospital, 1965—1966, staff nurse, 1967—1972. Clinical associate University Alabama School Nursing, Birmingham, 1973—1974, instructor, 1975—1977, assistant professor nursing, since 1977.

Member nursing services committee Birmingham Chapter American Red Cross, since 1983, co-chairman, 1980—1981, co-chairman committee plan activities developmenally disabled adults, since 1981. Secretary Concerned Citizens Better Strip Mining Legislation, Morris, Alabama, 1977—1978.

Achievements

  • Registered Nurse Birmingham Baptist Hospital School Nursing, 1967.

Religion

Holy Scripture always has been the authoritative and trustworthy guide for knowing and serving the God who is revealed as Creator, Savior and Advocate.

Politics

God seeks to transform relationship with and between people. If politics is about how we choose to live together and to treat one another, there is surely a place for discerning the activity of God in politics.

Views

All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.

Membership

Member nursing services committee Birmingham chapter American Red Cross, since 1983, co-chairman, 1980-1981, co-Chairman of Commission to plan activitiesfor developmenally disabled adults, 1981^. Member ANA, U. Alabama School Nursing Alumni Association (board directors 1983^, chairman newslettercom. 1975-1991).

Connections

father:
Hugh Dorsey Cleveland

mother:
Doris Jean (Welborn) Cleveland