Individual Author Record
Elizabeth D. Tate, FNP, C., MN, is a Research Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Instructor at Southern Illinois School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional Information
Elixabeth D. Tate is an experienced clinician, a guest lecturer, and published author. She is a certified family nurse practitioner with seventeen years experience. She completed her undergraduate studies at George Mason University and worked for many years as a registered nurse in emergency rooms, surgical intensive care units, a burn unit, and surgical and medical wards throughout the country. At the University of California at Los Angeles, she became a nurse practitioner and received a Master’s degree in Nursing. She is a guest lecturer at national nurse practitioner conferences, publishes articles in professional journals, is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and American College of Nurse Practitioners.
- Unforgettable Faces: Through the Eyes of a Nurse Practitioner, (With Michael R. Pranzatelli, M.D.) Atheneum, 1999
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Unforgettable Faces: Through the Eyes of a Nurse Practitioner
Atheneum Pr. 1999
Set in major New York City clinics, this creative, non-fiction narrative features human interest stories. Its uplifting and positive human journey through the gamut of emotions makes it a compelling page turner. Unforgettable Faces explores the bonds between a nurse practitioner and her patients, her struggle to be true to herself and her professional role, and the obstacles she encounters. Succinct, updated health information for the health- conscious consumer follows each story.