Kim Martz has taught undergraduate nursing courses in the School of Nursing at Boise State University since 2005. A registered nurse and certified basic life support instructor, she received her M.S. in Nursing from Gonzaga University and her B.S. in Nursing from Boise State. She is a student at the Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence at the University of Utah's College of Nursing, and anticipates receiving a Ph.D. in Gerontology in 2013. In addition to teaching, Ms. Martz serves as Chairperson of the Admissions and Progression Committee for the School of Nursing, and pursues her research interests concerning vulnerable populations and end-of-life care.
Perceptions of Coordination of Care Between Hospice and Skilled Nursing Facility Care Providers (with Abigail Gerding), Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing (2011)
The number of older Americans who are finding Nursing Homes (NH) or Skilled Nursing Facilities...
Somali Bantu Refugees in Southwest Idaho: Assessment Using Participatory Research (with Pamela J. Springer, Mikal Black, Cathy Deckys, and Terri Soelberg), Advances in Nursing Science (2010)
Each year, refugees are forced to leave their homes and country due to result of...
Idaho Statewide End-of-Life Survey Project (with C. Simpson-Whitaker and Annette M. Totten), RN Idaho (2006)
Contributions to Books
Spirituality (with Leonie L. Sutherland), Foundations of Basic Nursing/Foundations of Nursing (2011)
Simulation and Debriefing in a Didactic Course, Fourth International Nurse Education Conference, Changing the Landscape for Nursing and Healthcare Education: Evidence-based Innovation, Policy and Practice (2012)
Presentation of paper written with Jayne Josephsen.
Perceptions of Coordination of Care between Hospice and Skilled Nurse Facilities (with Abigail Gerding), Gerontological Society of American Annual Meeting (2011)
Measuring Collaboration of Hospice in Skilled Nursing Facilities (with Abigail Gerding), Brown Bag Research/Boise State University College of Health Sciences (2010)
Perceptions of Collaboration of Hospice in Skilled Nursing Facilities (with Abigail Gerding), Western Institute of Nursing (2010)