Cammermeyer, Margarethe

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CAMMERMEYER, Margarethe

CAMMERMEYER, Margarethe. American (born Norway), b. 1942. Genres: Gay and lesbian issues, Medicine/Health. Career: Washington National Guard colonel and registered nurse. U.S. Army, Camp Murray, WA, private, 1961-62, lieutenant captain, 1965-68, served in Vietnam, 1967-68, resigned, 1968, re-enlisted in Army Reserve, 1972; Veteran's Hospital, Seattle, WA, staff nurse, 1970-73, clinical nurse specialist in neurology and epilepsy, 1976-81; Veteran's Medical Center, San Francisco, CA, clinical nurse specialist in neuro-oncology, 1981-86; Veteran's Medical Center, Tacoma, WA, clinical nurse specialist in neuroscience and nurse researcher, 1986-96; promoted to colonel, 1986; Army Reserve Hospital, Oakland, CA, assistant chief nurse and supervisor, 1985-88; Washington Army National Guard and National Guard Hospital, Tacoma, chief nurse, 1988-96, retired, 1997; gaybc.com, radio Internet talk show host, 1999-2001. Lecturer and author. Publications: (co-author) Neurological Assessment for Nursing Practice, 1984; (co-ed and contrib) to Core Curriculum for Neuroscience Nursing, 1990; (with C. Fisher) Serving in Silence (memoir), 1994. Contributor to professional periodicals. Address: 4632 S Tompkins Rd, Langley, WA 98260, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; www.cammermeyer.com