Catherine (Katie) M. Martin, M.S.N., APRN FNP-C


Catherine (Katie) M. Martin, M.S.N., APRN FNP-C
Assistant Clinical Professor

Katie Martin is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the Denton campus. She teaches in the clinical courses of the MSN program as well as Pharmacology. Her background includes Emergency medicine/Urgent care and Infection Prevention and Epidemiology. Currently, Katie practices in a rural health clinic in east Texas where she works with complex medical patients across the lifespan. Her passions include education, emerging infectious disease, health disparity in underserved populations and primary prevention.


  • M.S.N., Nursing, Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • B.S.N., Nursing, Texas Woman's University, Dallas, Texas
  • Other, Nursing, Diploma RN Program, Conestoga College, Stratford, ON


Urgent Care; Emerging Infectious Disease; Nursing Education; Health Disparity in Underserved Populations; Primary Prevention; Public and Community Health

Latest Articles:

Practice Tip of the Week: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy for People of Texas Rural Communities TNA Checkup (2022) Catherine Martin



Chapter 2: Prenatal environment: Effect on Neonatal Outcome in Merenstein and Gardner's Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care 9th edition | Elsevier (2020) Jennifer Woo, Suzanne Carrington, Anne Ambia

Professional Affiliations:

  • AACN
  • AANP
  • TNP

Honors & Awards:

  • Nurses Week Recognition, Texas Woman's University (2021)
  • Carevide Employee Recognition, Carevide (2019)
  • Rookie of the Year Award, Emergency Medical Consultants/Care Associates P.A. (EMC/CAPA) (2016)