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Wendy Leone Votroubek, American pediatrics nurse. Certified Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor, pediatric American Council of Learned Societies.

Background

Votroubek, Wendy Leone was born on November 2, 1955 in Long Beach, California, United States. Daughter of WordPress and Nancy Votroubek.

Education

Associate Degree in Nursing, Long Beach City College, 1976. Bachelor of science in nursing, California State University, Long Beach, 1980. Master in Public Health, University North Carolina, 1984.

Career

Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit, Long Beach Memorial Hospital Medical Center, 1976-1977;staff nurse Intensive Care Unit, Staffbuilders Nursing Agency, Long Beach, 1977-1980;public health nurse, pediatric specialist, Visiting Nurse Association of Los Angeles, 1980-1983;child health advocacy intern, Food Research and Action Center, Washington, 1984;board directors, Children's Chronic Care Superior vena cava syndrome, Tucson, 1985-1987;supervisor pediatric home care, Medical Pers. Pool, Tucson, 1985-1988;clinical nurse specialist pediatric pulmonary Department, University Medical Center, Tucson, since 1988. Provider nursing care recovery room Intensive Care Unit and telemetry units, 1977-1980.

Provider nursing care pediatrics, discharge planning and community outreach for adult and pediatrics patients, 1980-1983. Assistant developer Children's Chronic Care Superior vena cava syndrome, 1985-1987, secretary, 1986-1987. Developer pediatric home care program, Tucson and Phoenix, 1985-1988.

Adjunct clinical assistant professor nursing U. Arizona, Tucson, 1991-1992. Presenter, researcher in field.

Membership

Member Children with Special Needs Task Force, U. Arizona, Tucson, 1991-1992. Co-chair Tucson Alliance for Pediatric Asthma, since 1995. Nursing advisory board Cystic Fibrosis Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., since 1995.

Member delegation care of Cystic Fibrosis patients Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia. Member.APHA, American Thoracic Society (committee for development of standards of care forAm. children with chronic respiratory conditions 1985-1988), Association forCare of Children's Health, Sick Kids (Need) Involved People, HealthyMothers Healthy Babies, Arizona Consortium for Children with Chronic Illness. F C.