College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Health Services
Dr. Martin has taught courses in qualitative research design methodology including case study, phenomenology, grounded theory, and foundations of research at another university. She also currently teaches Health care Management, Medical Specialties, Social & Behavioral Applications of Theory in Public Health as an Associate Dean at another University. Her current research has focused on whole health wellness in vulnerable populations, autism, and terrorism. She has produced a number of professional, peer-reviewed publications and professional presentations related to these areas of research.
PhD, University of Phoenix
National Health Association, Proctor - Phoenix, AZ United States
Awards / Honors
Faculty Excellence Award, 2013
Faculty Excellence Award, Center for Excellence and Higher Education, 2018
Martin, C. C., Esmail, A. M. (2016). A Cry for Peace by Reversing Violence: Social Media Intimidation.
Martin, C. C., Esmail, A. M., Graf, L. M. (2016). Autism: The role of long term care..
Martin, C. C. (2015). Long-term Care Leaders Perception of Residential Living Services for Older Adults with Autism. Long-term Care Leaders Perception of Residential Living Services for Older Adults with Autism.
Martin, C. C. (2016). Finding your Purpose.