Matt Gatlin

Core Faculty
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Dr. Gatlin received his PhD in Nursing Administration and Education. He then completed the Family Nurse Practitioner post-certificate. Dr. Gatlin served as Associate Professor of Nursing within the MSN, RN-BSN, LPN-BSN, BSN, HAE-BS, and HAE-MS tracks.

He joined Walden University in 2018 as a Contributing Faculty member, within the College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing. At Walden, he teaches within the MSN track. He has served over two decades in various roles in healthcare and education.

Dr. Gatlin's current research interest focuses primarily on antibiotic resistance and concept-based education. He also serves as a journal reviewer for the Nurse Practitioner Journal.


PhD, William Carey University

Post-master's Certificate, University Of Southern Mississippi

MSN, William Carey University


Gatlin, M. (2013). Leading the Way with ECG: An LPN Perspective.

Gatlin, M. (2015). Registered Nurse Attrition: Pathway to the Solution.