Dixie Weber, MS, BSN, RN
System Service Line Director for Women's and Children's Services, PeaceHealth System
Dixie Weber, MS, BSN, RN volunteers as FFSN’s National Advisor of Healthcare Programs, providing Unique Families Program® oversight, expertise, and guidance which allows UFP to achieve and maintain clinical and operational program excellence. the National Advisor of Healthcare Programs for Family to Family Support Network®, providing Unique Families Program® oversight, expertise, and guidance which allows UFP to achieve and maintain clinical and operational program excellence. She is also the System Service Line Director for Women’s and Children’s Services at PeaceHealth System headquartered in Vancouver, WA.
Dixie’s background includes 17 years of specializing in Maternal-Child Healthcare and she has held numerous leadership and programmatic positions within the specialty. Her Masters in Nursing Leadership and post- graduate certificate in Adult Learning Theory show a commitment to expertise in training and supporting nurses. She is also highly experienced in this space, having taught hands-on clinical care at the university level and creating and implementing trainings on a variety of maternal and child health issues including substance use during pregnancy, outreach and perinatal education for female prisoners, and a perinatal patient education and discharge app for smartphones, amongst others.
Dixie has been awarded the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) 2020 Distinguished Professional Service Award. This award is AWHONN’s highest honor and is given to nurses whose accomplishments in the specialties of women’s health, obstetric and neonatal nursing. Recommended and celebrated by U.S. Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho, Dixie was recognized as a 2017 Angels in Adoption® Award winner for her work as an adoption advocate in the state of Idaho.
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