WellStar School of Nursing


 

Marilyn Givens King, DNSc, RN

Associate Director & Associate Professor

Office – HS 3035

Phone: 470-578-6175

Email: mking71@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

DNSc

Nursing

Boston University

1987

  MN Health Nursing  University of South Carolina 1976
  BSN Nursing University of South Carolina 1970

                                                                                     

Professional Experience

 

 

7/2009 – Present 

Associate Director, Graduate Nursing Programs and

Associate Professor, WellStar School of Nursing

Kennesaw State University

 

1/1999 – 6/2009   

Associate Professor, College of Nursing
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

 

7/1994 – 12/1998

Associate Professor, College of Nursing
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

 

8/1987 – 5/1994

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

 

Summer 1991

On-Call RN, Hospice of the Piedmont
Charlottesville, VA

 

6/1989 – 5/1991

Per-Diem RN, Martha Jefferson Home Health
Charlottesville, VA

 

1983 – 1985 

Instructor (PT), College of Nursing

 

1986 – 1987

Northeastern University, Boston, MA

 

1982 – 1983

Staff Nurse (PT), Rehabilitation Unit
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

 

1980 – 1981

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

 

1977 – 1980

Instructor, School of Nursing
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

 

1977 – 1976

Staff Nurse, Visiting Nurse Association
Atlanta, GA

 

1972 – 1974 

Staff Nurse, Mecklenburg County Health Department
Charlotte, NC

 

1970 – 1971

Staff Nurse, Intensive Care Unit
S. C. Baptist Hospital, Columbia, SC

      

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Refereed Journal Articles


King, M. G. (2011). Four responsibilities of the tuberculosis nurse, circa 1919. Public    Health Nursing, 28(5), 469-472.


Hossler, C. H., Jenkins, C. J. and King, M. G. (2010). The effect of payer status on the quality of diabetes care: Results from a REACH 2010 project. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 10(1).


White, A., Kern, D., Blue, A., Buff, S., Hewett, M., King, M., Shrader, S., & Warren, E. (2008, Spring). Creating Inter-professional student teams to address community health issues.  Academic Exchange Quarterly, pp. 115-120. (Online journal)


King, M.G. & Erickson, G. (2006). Development of public health nursing competencies: An oral history. Public Health Nursing. 23(2),196-201


Carlson, B, Jenkins, C, King, MG, Hossler, C. (2006). A community-based participatory health information needs assessment to help eliminate diabetes information disparities. Health Promotion Practice. 7(3S),1-10.


King, MG, Jenkins, C., Hossler, C., Carlson, B., et.al. (2004) People with Diabetes: Knowledge, perceptions, and applications of recommendations for diabetes management.  Ethnicity and Disease.14(S1), 129-134.


Jenkins, C, McNary, S, Carlson, B, King, M, et.al. (May-June 2004). Reducing disparities for African Americans with diabetes: Progress made by the REACH 2010 Charleston and Georgetown Diabetes Coalition. Pubic Health Reports, 119, 322-330.


Simpson, M. R., & King, M. G. (1999). God brought all these churches together: Factors influencing development of religion-health partnerships. Public Health Nursing, 16(1), 41-49.


King, M. G., Sebastian, J. G., Stanhope, M. K., & Hickman, M. J. (1997). Problem-based learning as an educational strategy for preparing advanced practice community health nurses for the 21st century. Family and Community Health, 20(1), 29-39.


Steeves, R. H., Kahn, D. L., Sepples, S. B., Wise, C. T., & King, M. G. (1995). A male perspective on loss and bereavement: A case study. Quality of Life: A Nursing Challenge, 4(4), 85-90.


Glick, D. F., & King, M. G. (1994). Grant writing: An innovative project for teaching community health program planning. Journal of Nursing Education, 33(5), 238-240.


King, M. G. (1989). Nursing shortage, circa 1915. Image, 21(3), 124-127.


Non-Refereed Book Chapters


Hickman, M. J., King, M. G., and Lundy, K. S. (2009). Groups in the community. In K. S. Lundy & Janes, S. (Eds.), Community health nursing: Caring for the Public’s Health, 2nd Ed.  Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.


Hickman, M. J. & King, M. G., (2000). Working with groups in the community.  In K. S. Lundy, S. Janes, & S. L. Hartman (Eds.). Nursing in the community: Continuity of care of individuals, families, and populations. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.


ACHNE (King, MG, Ed.) (2000). Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education. Pensacola, FL: Author.


Quad Council of PHN Organization. (1999). Scope and standards of public health nursing practice. ANA: Washington, DC. (Contributing author as ACHNE representative to Quad Council)


King, M. G., Sebastian, J. G., Stanhope, M. K., & Hickman, M. J. (1999). Using problem-based learning to prepare advanced practice community health nurses for the 21st century. In J. G. Sebastian, & M. K. Stanhope (Eds.), Instructor’s resource guide to accompany case studies in community health nursing practice: problem-based learning approach (pp. 11-20). St. Louis: Mosby.


King, M. G. (1999). Rural nursing. In J. G. Sebastian & M. K. Stanhope (Eds.), Case studies in community health nursing practice: A problem-based learning approach (pp. 137-157), and Instructor’s resource guide to accompany case studies in community health nursing practice: A problem-based learning approach (pp. 169-193). St. Louis: Mosby.


King, M. G. (1999). Family and community health promotion. In J. G. Sebastian & M. K. Stanhope (Eds.), Case studies in community health nursing practice: A problem-based learning approach (pp. 79-109) and Instructor’s resource guide to accompany case studies in community health nursing practice: A problem-based learning approach (pp. 99-135). St. Louis: Mosby.


King, M. G. (1988). Carrie May Hall. In V. L. Bullough, O. M. Church, & A. P. Stein (Eds), American nursing: A biographical dictionary  (pp. 158-161.

 

Presentations (Refereed)


King, M. G. & Wilson, A. (2011). Caregiver to Provider: Role transformation among a group of nurse practitioner students.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Association for Nursing Education, Savannah, GA.


Little, B,  Kub, J, Greiner, P, King, M., & Ark, P. (June 2009). Innovative teaching strategies and resources for PHN education.  Plenary session presented at the ACHNE Annual Institute, Chicago, IL.


Newman, SD, Jenkins, C, Pope, C, King, M., Krause, J (August, 2008). Photovoice as a participatory research method to explore community integration after SCI. Poster presented at the Congress of Spinal Cord Medicine and Rehabilitation, Orlando, FL.


King, M. G, Smith, SO, Inman, DL, & Williamson, DC. (2007, November). Hispanic Health Initiative: Implementation of a BSN honors program.  Paper presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.


Smith, SO, King, M. G, Inman, DL, & Williamson, DC. (2007, November). Hispanic Health Initiative: Student experiences with a patient navigator program.  Paper presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.


Inman, D, Williamson, DC, Smith, SO, & King, M. G. (2007, November). A collaborative approach to promoting the health and well being of immigrant families.  Paper presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.


King, M. G, Stevens, J, Neal, D, & Laken, M. (2007, November). Using a Survey Instrument to Identify Children with Asthma in a School Based Clinic, Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Health Care Association meeting held in Asheville, NC.


King, M. G. & Ling C. G. (2007, April).  Canterbury House: Development of a Service Learning Center.  Thematic Poster session presented at the Community Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.


Jenkins, C, Hossler, C, Magwood, G, King, MG, et.al. (2004, April).

REACH 2010: Reducing disparities through community-academic partnerships.  Paper presented at the World Federation of Public Health Associations 10th Annual International Congress on Public Health, Brighton, UK.


King, M. G. & Hossler, C. L. (2004, February). Multi-method approaches to participatory action research: Qualitative and quantitative strategies. In C. Jenkins (Chair), Community driven participatory action research: The REACH 2010 Model. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, Louisville, KY.

 

Hossler, C. L. & King, M. G. (2004, February). Triangulation for data analysis in participatory action research. In C. Jenkins (Chair), Community driven participatory action research: The REACH 2010 Model. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, Louisville, KY.

 

Presentations (Invited, Non-Refereed)


King, M. G. (2007, October). Carrie M. Hall and the Professionalization of nursing education: A case study of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital School of Nursing.  Presented at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA.
           
Grants (Research)
2003 – 2005, REACH 2010: Charleston and Georgetown County Diabetes Coalition.  Co-Investigator with Carolyn Jenkins, DrPH, PI.  Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, #U50/CCU422184-023. (Co Investigator through Fall 2005)


1991-93, Experiences of Rural Informal Caregivers of Persons with Cancer. Co-investigator with R. H. Steeves, PhD, RN, Principal Investigator, Academic Research Enhancement Award, Grant #1-RIS-NR02482-01A1, National Center for Nursing Research, $107,270.


1988-89, The Influence of Pragmatism on the Development of a Concept of Nursing in the writings of Isabel Maitland Stewart and M. Adelaide Nutting. Funded through the University of Virginia School of Nursing Intramural Grant Program, $2,500.


1985-87, Conflicting Interests: Professionalization and Apprenticeship in Nursing Education (A Case Study of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital School of Nursing during the Carrie M. Hall Years, 1912-1937), funded by National Research Service Award, #5-F31-NU05723-02, USPHS, Division of Nursing, $21,000.

 

Grants (Education)


King, M. G.  PI, Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship. Award # 2A10HP07430-06-00, Funding period 7/1/2022 – 6/30/12.  ($51,163.00)


King, M. G., PI, Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship. Award # A10HP07430-05-00, Funding period 7/1/2010 – 6/30/2011.  ($45,629.00)

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Content Areas    

 

Nursing History

Nursing education

Community Health

Health disparities       

Methods

 

Historical (archival & oral history)

Hermeneutics & Phenomenology  

 

Professional Organizations - Offices and Committees

 

 

Association of Community Health Nursing Educators – past president & numerous committees
American Public Health Association – abstract reviewer
American Association for the History of Nursing – awards committee
Public Health Nursing – Editorial Board &manuscript reviewer

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

NURS 9000: Structure of Scientific Inquiry
Other courses as assigned