MARGARET T. HARTIG, Ph.D., M.S.N., B.S.N.

Professor
Nursing-Academic Programs
 
Assistant Vice Chancellor
Academic Affairs

Office: 205 Johnson Building
Tel: (901) 413-2524
mhartig@uthsc.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, Nursing
  • M.S.N., University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, Community Health & Family Nursing
  • B.S.N., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, Nursing

Research description

Dr. Hartig is an Associate Professor and the Option Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of Nursing, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Hartig also serves as Chair of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health. She has practiced as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a variety of settings, including the Endocrinology Clinic at the Medplex, the ambulatory care clinic associated with the Regional Medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee. She also provides health care services and monitors the quality of nurse practitioner services provided at the Bobbitt Health Station, the health clinic at Memphis International Airport. Additionally, Dr. Hartig is Coordinator of Clinical Services for MOM (Medical Outcomes Management), a disease management service. Her research examines the practice activities of College of Nursing faculty. In addition to conducting quality improvement research and teaching related content in the graduate program, Dr. Hartig has written and spoken to many groups about faculty evaluation activities and development of evidence-based practice. She is also active on various committees for a local managed care organization, which gives insight into the business and regulatory aspects of health care. Dr. Hartig is a member of the Faculty Practice Committee and Chair, Academic Nursing Center Special Interest Group of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. In this role, she has worked on several projects to define the scholarship and quality associated with faculty practice.

Research interest/specialty

Dr. Hartig is an Associate Professor and the Option Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of Nursing, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Hartig also serves as Chair of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health.

Research interest/specialty

Dr. Hartig is an Associate Professor and the Option Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of Nursing, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Hartig also serves as Chair of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health.

Research description

Dr. Hartig is an Associate Professor and the Option Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of Nursing, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Hartig also serves as Chair of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health. She has practiced as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a variety of settings, including the Endocrinology Clinic at the Medplex, the ambulatory care clinic associated with the Regional Medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee. She also provides health care services and monitors the quality of nurse practitioner services provided at the Bobbitt Health Station, the health clinic at Memphis International Airport. Additionally, Dr. Hartig is Coordinator of Clinical Services for MOM (Medical Outcomes Management), a disease management service. Her research examines the practice activities of College of Nursing faculty. In addition to conducting quality improvement research and teaching related content in the graduate program, Dr. Hartig has written and spoken to many groups about faculty evaluation activities and development of evidence-based practice. She is also active on various committees for a local managed care organization, which gives insight into the business and regulatory aspects of health care. Dr. Hartig is a member of the Faculty Practice Committee and Chair, Academic Nursing Center Special Interest Group of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. In this role, she has worked on several projects to define the scholarship and quality associated with faculty practice.

Publications

  1. Speck, PM, Connor, PD, Hartig, MT, Cunningham, PD, Fleming, B. Vulnerable populations: drug court program clients. Nurs Clin North Am, 43 (3), 477-89, x-xi, 2008.
  2. Hartig, MT. Patients with chronic asthma found medicine information to be unclear or confusing, did not receive complete information on medicine use and side effects, and found leaflets to be unhelpful. Evid Based Nurs, 8 (1), 28, 2005.
  3. Russell, CK, Bunting, SM, Graney, M, Hartig, MT, Kisner, P, Brown, B. Factors that influence the medication decision making of persons with HIV/AIDS: a taxonomic exploration. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care, 14 (4), 46-60, 2003.
  4. Hartig, MT. Expert nursing assistant care activities. West J Nurs Res, 20 (5), 584-601, 1998.
  5. Larrabee, JH, Ferri, JA, Hartig, MT. Patient satisfaction with nurse practitioner care in primary care. J Nurs Care Qual, 11 (5), 9-14, 1997.
  6. Hartig, MT, Engle, VF, Graney, MJ. Accuracy of nurse aides' functional health assessments of nursing home residents. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 52 (3), M142-8, 1997.