Katina Lang Lindsey

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

Dr. Katina Lang-Lindsey is a Part-Time Contributing Faculty in the Master of Social Work Program at Walden University. She received her doctorate in 2016 from Jackson State University. In concert, Dr. Lang-Lindsey has worked for the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) for over ten years in the capacity of both a Social Work Researcher and Nephrology Social Worker. Dr. Lang-Lindsey has worked in social work practice for over 20 years and continue to give and serve her community.


PhD, Jackson State University

MSW, Jackson State University

BS, Mississippi State University

Public Service

American Association of Kidney Patients, Other - Alabama

Patient Center Octcome Research Institute (PCORI), Other - Washington, DC

Awards / Honors

Network 8 Advisory Council Award , Network 8, 2016


Lang-Lindsey, K. L. Measuring Health-Related Outcomes after Peer-Led Educational Intervention for African Americans with Chronic Kidney Disease. Journal of Nephrology Social Work

Green, J., Ephraim , P., Hill-Briggs, F., Browne , T., Strigo , T., Hauer , C., Stametz , R., Darer, J., Patel , U., Lang-Lindsey, K. L. (2018). Putting patients at the center of kidney care transitions: Prepare now, a cluster randomized controlled trial.. Contemporary Clinical Trials


Lang-Lindsey, K. L., Yoon, E. (2017). An Experimental Study on the Effectiveness of Peer Intervention for African Americans with Chronic Kidney Disease. Society for Social Work and Research

Lang Lindsey, K. L. (2016). he Burden of Kidney Disease: A Patient, Caregiver, & Community Educator’s Perspective. National Association of Social Workers

Browne, T., Browne, D., Lang-Lindsey, K. (2017). NKF’s hosts patient-driving research stakeholders’ conference at 2017 Spring Clinical Meeting . National Kidney Foundation