Narra Martineau


Narra Martineau Bio Photo


Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nursing Education, Regis College, (currently attending)

Master of Science, Nursing Education, Franklin Pierce University, 2015

Associate of Science, Nursing, St. Joseph School of Nursing, 2013

Bachelor of Science Degree, Marketing, Franklin Pierce University, 2008

Phone: (603) 433-2000

Courses Taught
  • NR 320 Evidence-Based Practice
  • NR 420 Health Promotions Across the Lifespan
  • NR 446 Community Health Nursing: Groups & Populations
  • NR 490 Leadership in Professional Nursing Practice, Seminar, and Project
  • NR 501 RN-MSN Bridge
  • NR 520 Health Policy & Population Health Issues
  • NR 545 Clinical & Classroom Teaching Strategies in Nursing
  • NR 575 Advanced Pharmacology
Research Interests & Expertise Areas
  • Improving neonatal intubation
  • Evaluating newborn resuscitation teaching techniques
  • Global Health
  • Coronary Care
  • Medical-Surgical
  • Gero-Psychiatry

Publications and Presentations

Jonathan Reisman, Narra Martineau, Allan Kairuki, Victor Mponzi, Amunga R. Meda, Kahabi G. Isangula, Erica Thomas, Marya Plotkin, Grace J. Chan, Leila Davids, Georgina Msemo, Mary Azayo, Brett D. Nelson. Development and validation of a novel tool for assessing newborn resuscitation skills among birth attendants trained in 'Helping Babies Breathe.' International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. July 2015.

Brett D. Nelson, Maya Fehling, Margaret E. Tiernan, Zina Maan Jarrah, Saeed Albezreh, Narra Martineau, Abdulmohsen Alhokair, Michael J. VanRooyen. Examining the needs of at-risk youth in the Middle East and North Africa: A multi-method landscape analysis and systematic literature review. Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Feb. 2015.

Professional Memberships

  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • American Nurses Association
  • American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Conferences Attended

  • Clinicians and Educators: Collaborating to Meet Practice Change, 25th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, N. Falmouth, MA, May 2017
  • NH-INBRE funds with Dr. Paula McWilliam to conduct studies in neonatal intubation to improve the efficacy and safety of the procedure with Dartmouth Medical School.



  • MSN Curriculum Committee, Chair
  • Graduate Curriculum Committee
  • NEASC Team Leader Standards 1, 2, & 9