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nursing educator

Sydney Kathryn Sheldon Lange, American nursing educator. Recipient Western Branch Harris County Medical Society scholar, 1983, grantee American Association of Critical Care Nurses research, Department of Health and Human Services training, recipient Scholastic All-American Collegiate award, 1988, Andrew J. Murphy Member Award, 1979, Student Intercoun. Presidential award, 1985, Daughters of the American Revolution Anne Poage award, 1985.


Lange, Sydney Kathryn Sheldon was born on July 1, 1954 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of John Junior and Joyce Louise (Cosser) Sheldon.


Associate of Applied Science in Nursing, Cayuga County Community College, 1979. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Texas Health Science Center, 1985. Master of Science in Nursing, Critical Care, University Texas Health Science Center, 1988.

Bachelor in Psychology, Johns Hopkins University, 1976.


Staff nurse III, Katy Medical Center, Texas, 1987-1988;staff nurse III, St. Lukes Episcopal Hospital, Houston, 1987-1989;charge nurse, Spring Branch Member Hospital, Houston, 1982-1987;instructor, clinical nursing, University Texas Health Science Center, Houston, 1988-1991;charge nurse, Spring Branch Medical Center, Houston, 1991-1993;nursing supervisor, Sam Houston Memorial Hospital, Houston, since 1993. Faculty associate St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Houston, 1990-1993. Instructor transplant courses graduate level, research in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member North American Transplant Coordinators Organization, American Association Critical Care Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau (vice president Zeta Pi chtr.).


Married Victor Edmund Lange, October 11, 1986. Children: Christopher Armand, Connor David.

John Sheldon Junior

Joyce Louise (Cosser) Sheldon

Victor Edmund Lange

Christopher Armand Lange

Connor David Lange