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Vallerand, April Hazard

VALLERAND, April Hazard

VALLERAND, April Hazard. American, b. 1957. Genres: Medicine/ Health. Career: Little Company of Mary Hospital, Torrance, CA, registered nurse and acting charge nurse, 1979-81; Institute of Medical Studies, Santa Monica, CA, assistant director and lead instructor, 1981-83; Queen of Angels Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, nurse educator, 1983-85; University of Florida, Gainesville, instructor, 1985-88, assistant professor of nursing, 1988- 90; University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, assistant professor of clinical nursing, 1990-93; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, postdoctoral fellow in psychosocial oncology, 1995-98. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Arthur Grieder Memorial Lecturer, 1996; guest lecturer colleges and universities. Publications: (with J.H. Deglin) Nurse's Med Deck, 1988, 6th ed, in press; (with Deglin) Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses, 1988, 6th ed, in press; Nursing Pharmacology, 1988, 3rd ed, 1997; (with Deglin) Drug Guide for Critical Care and Emergency Room Nursing, 1991; (with Deglin) Nurse's Guide for IV Medications, 1991, 3rd ed, 1996. Contributor to books. Contributor to medical and nursing journals. Address: 24139 Broadmoor Park Blvd., Novi, MI 48374, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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