Member of the ANA Hall of Fame
Dr. Imogene M. King, EdD, MSN, RN, FAA died last year
at the age of 84. Dr. King is universally recognized as a pioneer of nursing theory development and theory-based nursing practice. She served in elected and appointed positions as a voice for the profession at international, national and state levels and has made invaluable contributions to the nursing profession. For her outstanding legacy of service, Dr. King was inducted in the American Nurses Association’s Hall of Fame and the Florida Nurses Association Hall of Fame, and was a recipient of the 1996 ANA Jesse Scott Award.