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Tasha Martin-Peters, MSN, RN

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Tasha Martin-Peters

MSN, RN

Assistant Clinical Professor
Undergraduate Nursing

Tasha Martin-Peters, MSN, is an assistant clinical professor of Nursing in the College of Nursing and Health Professions. She attended Duke University where she earned an MSN in nursing education, her research culminating in a final project focused on health literacy and people living with HIV and holds a BSN from Villanova University.

Professional Society

Martin-Peters is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority.

Research Interests

Martin-Peters’ research interests include health literacy in immigrant populations, global health, incivility and nursing education and the relationship between chronic illness and mental health.

Specialization

Martin-Peters, a pediatric registered nurse, has extensive clinical experience working in pediatric critical care environments, providing direct patient care within the pediatric ICU, neonatal ICU and cardiac ICU including post-operative patients recovering from surgeries from various specialties such as cardiology, neurology, orthopedic, and general surgery, as well as school nursing. She has taught courses on medication principles, pediatric health concepts, contemporary health, leadership, research and pharmacology.

She attended Duke University where she earned an MSN in nursing education, her research culminating in a final project focused on health literacy and people living with HIV and holds a BSN from Villanova University