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Vivian Moore Littlefield, American Nursing educator, administrator ( hlth: hlth. service)nursing educator, administrator. award, 1976-1979.

Background

Littlefield, Vivian Moore was born on January 24, 1938 in Princeton, Kentucky, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science magna cum laude, Texas Christian U., 1960. Master of Sciences, University Colorado, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Denver, 1979.

Staff nurse United States Public Health Service Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas, 1960-1961. Instructor nursing Texas Christian U., Fort Worth, 1961-1962. Nursing supervisor Colorado General Hospital, Denver, 1964-1965, private patient practitioner, 1974-1978.

Assistant professor nursing U. Colorado, Denver, 1965-1969, assistant professor, clinical instructor, 1971-1974, assistant professor, 1974-1976,acting assistant dean, associate professor continuing education, regional perinatal project, 1976-1978. Associate professor, chair department women's health care nursing U. Rochester School Nursing, New York, 1979-1984. Clinical chief obstetrics-gynecology., nursing U. Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital, New York, 1979-1984.

Professor, dean University of Wisconsin School Nursing, Madison, since 1984. Consultant and lecturer in field.

Career

Staff nurse United States Public Health Service Hospital, Fort Worth, 1960-1961. Instructor nursing Texas Christian University, 1961-1962. Nursing supervisor Colorado General Hospital, Denver, 1964-1965.

Private patient practitioner, 1974-1978. Assistant professor nursing University Colorado, Denver, 1965-1969, assistant professor, clinical instructor, 1974-1976, acting assistant dean, associate professor continuing education regional perinatal project, 1976-1978. Associate professor, chair department women's health care nursing University Rochester School Nursing, New York, 1979-1984.

Clinical chief obstetrics-gynecology, nursing University Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital, 1979-1984. Professor, dean University Wisconsin School Nursing, Madison, 1984-1999, professor, since 2000. Consultant and lecturer in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Maternity Nursing Today, 1973, 76, Health Education for Women: A Guide for Nurses and Other Health Professionals, 1986. Member editorial board Journal Professional Nursing. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Bureau Health Professions Federal trainee, 1963-1964. Member MAIN, American Association of Critical Care Nurses (board directors), National League for Nursing (board directors), American Academy Nursing, American Nurses Association, Consortium Prime Care Wisconsin (chair), Health Care for Women International, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Sigma Theta Tau (president Beta Eta chapter, co-chair council nursing practice and education 1995).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, bicycling.

Connections

Children: Darrell, Virginia.

child:
Darrell Littlefield

child:
Virginia Littlefield