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BSN 1962 -Distinguished Alumna
Recognized for her leadership in developing creative clinical nursing education programs and for conducting, publishing, and mentoring nursing staff in clinical research. Some of her research studies have involved the effects of early initiation of breastfeeding on infants regardless of obstetrical complications. She is recognized also for fostering nursing education programs within the University of Kentucky Medical Center community and for serving on the Kentucky Board of Nursing.