Nancy Manning Crider, MS, RN, CNAA

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
School of Public Health
1200 Herman Pressler, RAS E-905
Houston, TX
USA 77030

Disclosure statement:

Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Ms. Crider is an experienced healthcare administrator. She holds a MS in nursing and has practiced in numerous leadership positions in hospitals, ambulatory care and community health services. She has served as nursing faculty to both undergraduate and graduate nurses. In her current position as Program Manager of the Texas Pubic Health Training Center she works closely with the City of Houston Bureau of Community and Children’s Environmental Health and serves as a training partner for the National Center for Healthy Housing. She also coordinates the monthly Public Health Grand rounds with the Texas Association of Local Health Officials, the Houston Department of Health and Human Services and other health departments across the state. Ms. Crider is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Texas School of Public Health and is working on decreasing the incidence of illness and injuries to children and families by utilizing a holistic, low cost evidence based approach to improving housing conditions known to cause and exacerbate asthma, allergies and other chronic diseases.
Any relevant financial relationships? No

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