Mary Brigid Martin PhD, CNE, CTN-A, FNP-BC, NPD-BC, FTNSS
Faculty, Graduate Nursing
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Transcultural nursing theory, graduate nursing education, advanced practice, professional development, international nursing, global health, social justice, quantitative research
Languages spoken, read/write*:
Martin, M.B. (2022). Scholar’s corner. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 33(5).https://doi.org/10.1177/10436596221114148
Martin, M.B. (2022). Concept tree examples. In R. Tappen. Advanced nursing research: From theory to practice. (3rd). Jones and Bartlett.
Martin, M. B. & Ray, M. (2018). Enhancing the role of the transcultural nurse in the global environment. In M. McFarland and H. Wehbe (Eds.). Transcultural nursing: Concepts, theories, research and practice (4th ed.). McGraw-Hill.
Martin, M.B. (2016). Extending understanding: Transcultural caring for Muslims in the United States. In M. Ray (Ed.), Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care (2n\d ed.). F.A. Davis.
Martin, M.B. & Ray, M. (2016). Considerations within the United Nations for transcultural nursing: Global initiatives for caring, peace and quality of life. In M. Ray (Ed.), Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care (2nd ed.). F.A.
Dr. Martin is from NYC, one of ten children of Irish immigrants. A 1985 Pace University graduate, her career included acute care, staff development, and, more recently, research, advanced practice, and nursing education. She is inspired by travel and work abroad, which has exposed her to international nursing, global health challenges, and global politics. Her doctoral research explored anti-Muslim discrimination in U.S. healthcare, in which she created a measurement tool for this phenomenon. She holds Certified Nurse Educator credential and is a peer reviewer for the Journal of Transcultural Nursing, Nurse Education Perspectives, and International Nursing Review. She reviews abstracts for the annual Transcultural Nursing Society conference and served as the Treasurer of the Transcultural Nursing Society Scholars Group from 2021-2022. Dr. Martin currently teaches graduate nursing and is passionate about nursing higher education as a means to achieving personal and professional goals and contributing to population health.