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Dr. Rhetaugh Graves Dumas

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Rhetaugh Dumas Graves

Rhetaugh Etheldra Graves Dumas (1928–2007) was an American nurse, professor, and health administrator. Dumas was the first Black woman to serve as a dean at the University of Michigan. She served as deputy director of the National Institute of Mental Health, becoming the first nurse, female, or African-American to hold that position. She is said to have been the first nurse to use the scientific method to conduct experiments that evaluated nursing practices.

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Yale University
University of Michigan
Natchez
Houston
Union Institute & University
Dillard University
National Academy of Medicine
Washington, D.C.
Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor

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