- Professional overview
Dr. Mattia (Tia) Gilmartin is a leader who is dedicated to improving health care services. She brings 20-years of first-hand experience with organizational and management forces that drive performance improvement. Her background as a clinician, researcher and teacher make her particularly skilled in analyzing complex problems and translating theory into practice. She favors entrepreneurial approaches and thrives in complex environments that require creative and flexible solutions.
During her academic career, Dr. Gilmartin has emerged as a thought leader in the areas of organizational change and health system effectiveness. She has a broad background that spans both nursing and management, with expertise in the areas of strategic management, economics, quality improvement, chronic disease management, and organizational design and change. Dr. Gilmartin has published widely for both academic and practitioner audiences.
At the NYU College of Nursing, Dr. Gilmartin holds a faculty appointment as a Senior Research Scientist and serves as the Director for the Center for Continuing Nursing Education where she oversees the College’s portfolio of continuing education programs for practicing nurses. Her ability to bridge the worlds of research and practice has enabled her to design and teach leadership and organizational development programs for nursing and general management audiences. Prior to joining the NYU College of Nursing in 2011, Dr. Gilmartin managed an interdisciplinary research group at INSEAD, a leading international business school in France and designed and implemented a three-semester specialty track for the Clinical Nurse Leader master’s degree program at the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing.
Dr. Gilmartin holds a bachelors and masters degree in nursing, and a masters of business administration, from the University of San Francisco, and a PhD degree from the University of Virginia. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Cambridge University, Judge School of Management in organizational improvement and comparative health systems. Dr. Gilmartin received the Raven Award in 2000 for her outstanding achievement and service to the University of Virginia. She is the chair-elect for the Academy of Management, Health Care Management Division, and is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and the National Academies of Practice.
Bachelors of Science, University of San FranciscoMasters of Science Nursing and Masters of Business Administration, University of San FranciscoDoctor of Philosophy, University of VirginiaPost-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Cambridge, Judge Institute of Management
- Honors and awards
University of Virginia, Raven Award (2000)New York Academy of Medicine, FellowNational Academies of Practice, Fellow and Distinguished Practitioner
- Professional membership
Sigma Theta Tau Honor SocietyAcademy of ManagementAmerican Nurses' AssociationClinical Nurse Leaders Association
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