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Louise Gertrude Moser
School of Nursing

Louise Gertrude Moser, M.N., A.B., R.N., Instructor in Nursing and Supervisor of Psychiatric Nursing

Diploma, Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing, Boston, 1936; A.B., Wittenberg College, Springfield, Illinois, 1930; M.N., University of Washington, 1949.

Staff Nurse and Head Nurse, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt hospital, 1936-1938; Supervisor, Colorado Psychopathic Hospital, 1938-1940; Instructor in Psychiatric Nursing, University of Washington, and Educational Director, Western State Hospital, Washington, 1940-1942; U.S. Army Nurse Corps, 1942-1945, stationed in 1943 at Camp Carson, Colorado with a general hospital unit; Instructor in Nursing and Supervisor of Psychiatric Nursing, University of Michigan, January 1946-1949; Assistant Professor of Nursing Education, Duke University, and Director of the Program in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing, Duke Hospital, starting in 1949. Subsequently Moser served as Chairman of the Division of Health Programs, Mesa College, Grand Junction, Colorado.