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Hines-Martin, Vicki

In 1994, Vicki Hines-Martin was the first African American Ph.D. graduate from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing. She is the founder of the Kentucky Chapter of the National Black Nurses Association (KYANNA). She is a professor in the University of Louisville School of Nursing and the director of the Office of Disparities and Community Engagement. Hines-Martin earned her BSN and MAEd from Spalding University, and her MSN from the University of Cincinnati. See African American Caregivers and the Severely Mentally Ill (dissertation) by V. P. Hines-Martin; Nurses' Knowledge of Obesity and Nurses' Attitudes Toward Obese Persons (thesis) by V. P. Hines-Martin; and P. Hines-Martin and Alona H. Pack, "Teaching the fluid process of cultural competence at the graduate level : a constructionist approach," a chapter in Transforming Nursing Education: the culturally inclusive environment, by S. D. Bosher and M. D. Pharris.

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NKAA Source: Nurses' knowledge of obesity and nurses' attitudes toward obese persons (thesis)
NKAA Source: Transforming nursing education : the culturally inclusive environment

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