Graduate and RN-BSN Assistant Director, Professor, PI Wellness WORKs!, RN, FNP, PhD, Appointed: August, 2006
Carolyn T. Martin is an professor in the School of Nursing at California State University, Stanislaus. She teaches graduate seminar and practicum as well as undergraduate mental health theory and clinical courses. Dr. Martin joined Stanislaus State in 2006 and has directed the graduate nursing program in education, nursing administration, and gerontological nursing since 2008. She served as the chair for Graduate Council and is the PI for the Wellness WORKs! grant. She has a Ph.D. degree from University of California, San Francisco in Physiological Nursing and received her Family Nursing Practitioner license after attending CSU Sonoma.
- 2006 PhD, Physiological Nursing
University of California, San Francisco
- 2001 Masters of Science, Nursing
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
- 1976 Bachelors of Science, Nursing
Spalding University, Louisville, KY
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Mental Health (School of Nursing BRN Content Area Expert)
- Geriatrics (School of Nursing BRN Content Area Expert)
- NURS 5110 - Graduate Practicum in Contemporary Practice
- NURS 5100 - Graduate Seminar in Contemporary Practice
- NURS5220 - Seminar in Nursing Education
- NURS5230 - Practicum in Nursing Education
- NURS 3900 - Mental Health Nursing
- Wellness WORKs! –a Welfare-to-Wellness-to-Work Program
- Wellness Clinic
- Health Assessment in Mental Health
- Wikis in Graduate Education
- Faculty Mentoring
- 2016 - Present Professor, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2011-2016 Associate Professor, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2011 – Present Associate Professor, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2008 – Present Graduate Assistant Director, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2008 – Present RN-BSN Assistant Director, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2006 – 2011 – Assistant Professor, Stanislaus State School of Nursing
- 2001 – 2006 Family Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care Medical Practice, Lodi CA
Research and Publications:
- Martin C. T. & Chanda, N. (2016). Mental health clinical simulation: Therapeutic communication. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 12(6), 209-214. doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2016.02.007.
- Martin, C. T. (2015). The value of physical examination in mental health. Nurse Education in Practice,17, 91-6. doi: 10/1016/j.nepr.2015.11.001.
- Martin, C.T. (2012). Anxiety Case Study and Health Promotion Challenge. In C. Chambers Clark & K. Paraska (Eds.), Health Promotion for Nurses: A Practical Guide. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
- Martin, C. T. (2012), Promoting pedagogical experimentation: Using a wiki in graduate level education. Submitted for publication to Computers Informatics Nursing, June 2012.
- Martin, C. T., Keswick, J. L., Crayton, D., & LeVeck, P. (2012). Perceptions of self-esteem in a welfare-to-wellness-to-work program. Public Health Nursing, 29(1), 19-26. doi: 10:1111/J.1525-1446.00968.x
- Martin, C. T. & Hodge, M. (2011). A nursing department faculty mentored research project. Nurse Educator, 36(1), 35-39.
- Martin, C. T. Culturally based health and illness beliefs and practices across the life span. In M. K. Douglas, & D. F. Pacquiao (Eds.), Core Curriculum for Transcultural Nursing and Health Care. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- Martin, C.T. (2010). Culturally based health and illness beliefs and practices across the life span. In M. K. Douglas, & D. F. Pacquiao (Eds.), Core Curriculum for Transcultural Nursing and Health Care. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 21(1), 152S-235S.
- Martin, C. T., Keswick, J. L., & LeVeck, P. (2010). A welfare-to-wellness-to-work program. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 27(3), 146-159.
- Hodge, M., Martin, C. T., Tavernier, D., Perea-Ryan, M., & Alcala-Van Houten, L. (2008). Integrating simulation across the curriculum. Nurse Educator, 33(5), 210-214.
- Martin, C. T., Kayser-Jones, J., Stotts, N. A., & Froelicher, E. S. (2008). Elder’s Views of Health Care Provider Advice on Normal and Low Weight. Journal of Nutrition Health and Aging, 12(1), 45-48.
- Martin, C. T., & Simmons, S. F. (2008). Weight gain assistance. In B. J. Ashley, G. B. Ladwig, B. A. Swan, & S. J. Tucker (Eds.), Evidence- Based Nursing Care Guidelines: Medical-Surgical Interventions. (1st ed., pp. 936-943). St. Louis, MI: Mosby Elsevier.
- Martin, C. T., Kayser-Jones, J., Stotts, N. A., Porter, C., & Froelicher, E. S. (2007). Low Weight Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Clinical Nurse Specialist: Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, 21(4), 203-211.
- Martin, C. T., Kayser-Jones, J., Stotts, N. A., Porter, C., & Froelicher, E. S (2006). Unintentional Weight Loss and Low Weight in Community-Living Older Adults: A Review of the Literature [1995-2005]. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 61A(9), 927-934.
- Martin, C. T., Kayser-Jones, J., Stotts, N. A., Porter, C., & Froelicher, E.S. (2005). Factors contributing to low weight in community-living, older adults. Journal of American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 17(10), 425-431.
- 2016 - 3rd Annual Nursing and Allied Health Conference Wikipedian Publishing, (Alaska).
- 2013 - Mental Health Northern Region Summit XIX Cultural Competency and Workforce Development: The Bridge to Health Care Reform (Modesto, CA)
- 2012 - Leadership in Changing Times –Changes in Nursing Education, Annual Henry and Sylvia Wong Symposium for Nurses Academic and Service Partnerships, (Stockton, CA)
- 2012 -The School of Nursing Assessment Plan and Accreditation Process, Stanislaus State Assessment Spotlight 2012
- 2011 - Sighting Google Sites: Wikis and Pubic Intellectualism in a Graduate Seminar Stanislaus State Instructional Institute Day
- 2010 - Wellness WORKs! Research Project, The California University 4th Conference on Community-Based Research Transforming Scholarship: Transforming All Our Live Northern California Regional (Berkeley, CA)
- 2010 - Faculty Mentored Research, Western Institute of Nursing Research Conference (Glendale, AZ)
- 2009 - Faculty Mentored Research, California State University, Stanislaus RSCA Week
- 2009 - Working with Community Partners, California State University, Stanislaus RSCA Week
- 2008 - Wellness WORKs!, CalWORKs Partnerships Summit (San Francisco, CA)
- 2008 - Collaborative Research, California State University, Stanislaus RSCA Week
- 2007 - Low Weight in Community Dwelling Older Adults, 39th Biennial Sigma Theta Tau International Convention (Baltimore, MD) and 60th Annual Gerontological Society of America Convention (San Francisco, CA)
- 2014 - Stanislaus State Service Learning Mini-Grant, Wellness WORKs! Wellness Clinic Research.
- 2014 – Spring and Fall Semester SU Stanislaus – Wellness WORKs! and Wellness Clinic Research
- 2012 – Fall Semester Stanislaus State CEGE Center GA Student Position Award, Wellness WORKs! and Wellness Clinic Research
- 2011 - Stanislaus State CEGE Service Learning FACES Team 5-Year Award, Wellness Clinic Research
- 2011 - Stanislaus State RSCA Grant, Wellness WORKs! Research
- 2011 – Fall Semester Stanislaus State CEGE Center GA Student Position, Wellness WORKs! and Wellness Clinic Research
- 2011 – Summer Semester Stanislaus State CEGE Center GA Student Position Award, Wellness WORKs! Research
- 2011 – Spring Semester Stanislaus State CEGE Center GA Student Position Award, Wellness WORKs! Research
- 2007 - Stanislaus State Health & Human Science Summer Research Stipend, Wellness WORKs! Research
- 2006 – Present – San Joaquin County Mental Health, Wellness WORKs!
- 2004 - VA Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Department of Veterans Affairs, Strategies to Improve Low Weight in Outpatient Elders (declined)
- 2004 - 2006 National Institute of Health (NIH), National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR).1 F31 NR009165-01, Undernutrition in Community Dwelling Older Adults