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Margaret Hindman

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Margaret Hindman, PhD, APRN-BC, FNP  

Director of the Joint Center for Nursing Research and Scholarship
Office: HEC 3065
Phone: (864) 503-5454

Dr. Margaret Hindman is Assistant Professor and Director of the Joint Center for Nursing Research and Scholarship (JCNRS) at the Mary Black School of Nursing (MBSON). In her role, she is responsible for the administration of a national grant that focuses on the expansion and development of simulation facilities that center on home care and critical care nursing. She is also responsible for promoting and developing a research program at the MBSON in a collaboarative effort with SRMC.     

Dr. Hindman completed a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of South Carolina (USC). Following her studies in mathematics, she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from USC, and then a Masters in Nursing in Medical Surgical Nursing and Nursing Research from USC. After practicing nursing for many years she completed her PhD with distinction from the Medical College of Georgia, focusing on “Health Care Across the Life Span.” She also holds a Primary Care Nursing Certificate from USC and is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

After graduation, she was the recipient of many honors and awards, including the Mary Alan Lindsay Branan Research Award from the Medical College of Georgia. She has written funded grants from national organizations such as, Sigma Theta Tau, International, National Honor Society of Nursing, as well as other local organizations. Her research has been presented at institutions such as, New York University and the University of Georgia.  Dr. Hindman was also selected as a Brookdale Scholar to the National Institutes of Health.   Her current research interests are in the area of simulation and telemedicine.


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