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Angela Martindale PhD, RN

Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing Oxley College of Health Sciences
School of Nursing
918-631-2928
angela-martindale@utulsa.edu
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Biography

Professor Martindale has returned to her alma mater as a faculty member of Community and Public Health Nursing. She has served as both staff nurse and field nurse, and as a faculty member. Her previous clinical experience include the Regional VA and St. Francis Health Systems. Her academic teaching experience has covered Adult and Graduate studies (ADN, RN to BSN, and MSN), Community and Public Health Nursing, Nursing Informatics and Evidence Based Practice, Theoretical Foundations of Nursing, and Nursing Research. Angela received her PhD at Oklahoma City University, her research interests are in the area of under resourced college students and the effects of poverty on healthcare.


Under resourced and first generation college students. The effects of poverty on healthcare. Community and Public Health.

Public health, community health, retention and student success courses, etc.


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Book Review


Martindale, A. (2018). Touhy Ebersole & Hess' Toward Healthy Aging, 10e.

Journal Article


Martindale, A., & Swim, S. (2015). The Lived Experience of Incivility in Nursing Classrooms...Middle Eastern Nurses Uniting in Human Caring, Third Annual Middle East Conference; Aqaba, Jordan, February 2015. International Journal For Human Caring, 19(4), 80.


Oklahoma League for Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau
American Nurses Association
Oklahoma Nurses Association


NSG 3154 Applied Science II
NSG 4154 Applied Science IV
NSG 4174 Nursing Interventions IV