Dr. Carol Holtz, PhD, RN

Professor Emeritus of Nursing

Kennesaw State University (Retired)

Contact Information:

Phone: cell: 678-446-9373

E-mail: choltz@kennesaw.edu

Expertise Areas:

Global health and healthcare, ob/peds, HIV/Aids; Jewish, Hispanic populations; community health; qualitative methodology

Languages spoken, read/write*:

English, Spanish, Hebrew (read, write, conversation)

Select Publications:

Holtz, C. (2022). (Ed.). (4thedition). Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA.

Holtz, C. (2022). Global health: an introduction. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4thedition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. pp. 3-24.

Holtz, C. (2022). Global healthcare in developed societies. Examples in the United States, Sweden, Japan, and the United Kingdom. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4th edition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. pp. 25-58.

Holtz, C. (2022). Global healthcare in developing countries. Egypt, China, India, and South Africa. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4th edition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. pp. 59-94.

Holtz, C. (2022). Global perspectives on violence, injury and occupational health. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4th edition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. pp. 349-388.

Holtz, C. and Friedman, M. (2022). Global perspectives on nutrition. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4th edition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. Global perspectives on nutrition. pp. 389-426.

Holtz, C. (2022). Global health in reproduction and infants. In Global Health Care. Issues and Policies. (4th edition). Jones and Bartlett Learning. Burlington, MA. Global perspectives on nutrition. pp. 476-514.

Present/Future Directions 

  • I plan to continue as chair, of the Cobb/Douglas Counties (metro Atlanta, Ga.) health department and also as chair, of the Cobb County (metro Atlanta, Ga.) Community Services Board. (serving mental health and developmental disabilities) for a community of 100,000 residents.
  • As a volunteer, I will be assisting the Cobb/Douglas Health Department, of metro Atlanta, Ga,. in administering the Covid-19 immunizations. (Donation of time).

Updated 01/2021