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Marjorie Arlene Martin
School of Nursing

Marjorie Arlene Martin, M.A., R.N., Assistant Professor of Nursing

Diploma, Christ Hospital School of Nursing, Cincinnati, Ohio; B.S. and M.A. in Nursing Education, Columbia University Teachers’ College, New York.

Instructor in Nursing (Medical-Surgical Nursing Specialties) February 1960 to 1961, Instructor in Nursing (Special Medical-Surgical Nursing) 1961-1962, Assistant Professor of Nursing 1962-1964, University of Michigan School of Nursing.

Subsequently Martin was professor of nursing education at Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

At University of Michigan Martin was responsible for instruction in neurological and neurosurgical nursing. She published articles in the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING on nursing care in cervical cord injury (1963), care of patients with a cerebral aneurysm (1965), and responsiveness as a level of consciousness (1968). Martin identified herself professionally as M. Arlene Martin or M. Arlene Martin Gardner.