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Biographical entry McCarthy, Doreen (1936 - )

AM

Born
8 September 1936
Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia
Occupation
Nurse administrator

Summary

Doreen McCarthy was appointed Foundation Head of the School of Nursing at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Western Australia, in the later 1990s. She was appointed Member of the Order of Australia, 26 January 1997, for service to nursing administration though the Royal Perth Hospital and the Fremantle Hospital.

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Events

1975 - 1995
Career position - Member of the Western Australian Branch of the Australian Nursing Federation
1980 - 1983
Career position - Assistant Director of Nursing at the Fremantle Hospital
1980 - 1986
Career position - Councillor of the Western Australian Branch of the Australian Nursing Federation
1980 - 1995
Career position - Member of the Royal College of Nursing Australia
1983
Career position - Vice-President of the Western Australian Branch of the Australian Nursing Federation
1983 - 1987
Career position - Deputy Director of Clinical Nursing at the Fremantle Hospital
1984 - 1986
Career position - Federal Branch Councillor of the Australian Nursing Federation
1987 - 1991
Career position - Co-ordinator of Clinical Nursing at the Fremantle Hospital
1991
Career position - Co-ordinator of Nursing at the Royal Perth Hospital
1991 - 1995
Career position - Member and Councillor at the Western Australian Hospital Association
1991 - 1995
Career position - Board member of the Mercy Hospital in Mt Lawler, Western Australia
1991 - 1995
Career position - Director of Nursing at the Royal Perth Hospital
1992 - 1994
Career position - Regional Director of Nursing at the East Metropolitan Region Health Service in Western Australia
1995
Life event - Retired
1997
Award - Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

See also

  • Herd, Margaret (ed.), Who's Who in Australia 2002, 38 edn, Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001, 2020 pp. Details

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