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Sharon L.R. Hambley

Sharon L.R. Hambley, American other: nursing. Certified mental health administration Washington School Psychiatry, 1977.


Hambley, Sharon L.R. was born on August 1, 1941 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Walter Fred Rubinson and Blanche Loretta (Martindale) Clement.


Bachelor, University Minnesota, 1963. Bachelor of Science, University Minnesota, 1966. Master of Public Administration, American University College Government and Public Administration and Georgetown University School Medicine, 1982.


Health nurse Arlington County Schools, Virginia, 1966—1970. Public health nurse Fairfax County Health Department, 1970—1971. Charge nurse specialty clinics Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, 1971—1972.

Primary nurse intensive care psychiatry Washington Hospital Center, 1972—1974. Assistant to chief supervisory nurse forensic psychiatry Alcohol Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration, National Institute of Mental Health, Washington, 1974—1980. Program analyst Office Policy Development and Research, White House Conference Aging, 1981.

Coordinator pre-trial forensic psychiatry Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration National Institute of Mental Health, since 1982. Health care planner Reston Community Association, Virginia, 1970—1973.


Chairperson District of Columbia Nurses Association Professional Standards Review Organization, 1976. Fellow: Society Advanced Medical Systems. Member: American College Hospital Administrators, American Oceanic Society, American Public Health Association, National Forensic Nurses Association, Medical Society National Institute of Mental Health, American Nurses Association (certified excellence in practice in psychiatry 1977), Computer-assisted Psychiatric Evaluation and Research Systems, Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, American Association Medical Systems and Informatics, Sailing (Washington).


Married William A. Hambley, September 10, 1965 (divorced 1975).