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Stephanie Jean Richardson, American nurse. Registered Nurse Utah. Recipient award, Sigma Theta Tau, 1986-1987; National Institutes of Health grantee, 1983-1986, University Utah Research fellow, 1986-1987. Member of American Association Critical Care Nurses (participant, National Teaching Institute), Utah Nurses Association.

Background

Richardson, Stephanie Jean was born on April 20, 1954 in St. Paul. Son of Downie Stevens and Harriet Louise (Schilling) R. Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education, University of California-Davis, 1976.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, California State University-Sacramento, 1978. Master of Science, U. Utah, 1986. Registered Nurse, Utah.

Staff nurse, department inservice director, triage nurse specialist emergency department Cottonwood Hospital, Murray, Utah, 1978-1980. Staff nurse, mem intra-aortic balloon pump team, member flight team, quality carerep. ICUs, Holy Cross Hospital Salt Lake City, since 1980.

Teaching assistant, clinical instructor advanced medicine-surgery U. Utah College Nursing, 1984-1986, instructor department physiologic nursing, 1986^. Advanced cardiac life support provider American Heart Association, Salt Lake City, since 1978, instructor advanced cardiac life support, since 1984. Presenter Nursing Research Conference, Salt Lake City, 1984.

Career

Staff nurse Cottonwood Hospital, Murray, Utah, department in service director, triage nurse specialist, emergency department, 1978—1980. Staff nurse Holy Cross Hospital Salt Lake City, mem, intra-aortic balloon pump team, member, flight team, quality care representative, ICUs, since 1980. Advanced cardiac life support provider American Heart Association, Salt Lake City, since 1978, instructor, advanced cardiac life support, since 1984.

Teaching assistant & clinical instructor, advanced medicine surgery University Utah College Nursing, 1984—1986, instructor, department physiologic nursing, since 1986. Presenter Nursing Research Conference, Salt Lake City, 1984.

Membership

Member of American Association Critical Care Nurses (participant, National Teaching Institute), Utah Nurses Association.