Jan Martin, DNP, RN, CCM-BC, PAHM, is th Interim Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs, prior MSN Nursing Administration concentration coordinator, and a Clinical Educator - Associate Professor at The University of New Mexico College of Nursing. She teaches in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Executive Organizational Leadership, and Registered Nurse (RN)-to-Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and the Master's of Science in Nursing Administration programs. She became an RN in 1976 and has 20+ years of experience in the clinical areas of acute rehabilitation, home care, hospice, case management and behavioral health. She also has 10 years of management/leadership experience in case management, long-term care, managed care, quality improvement consultation and community health, as well as 10 years serving in a faculty role. Martin has been involved with three HRSA grant teams developing primary care faculty practice and integrating oral health, behavioral health, and a Medicare Chronic Care Management program into primary care services. She holds national certification in case management. She is the principal investigator and program director of the College of Nursing's Geriatric Education and Health Maintenance RN managed clinic in Bernalillo County senior centers. She is co-investigator on an NIH grant on COVID-19 Just-In-Time Telehealth Implementation in FQHC Primary Care Network project. Practice infrastructure development and operations management for two University of New Mexico College of Nursing faculty practices in primary care, midwifery, and behavioral health, 2009-2014. Development of UNM system-level infrastructure relationships with HSC, UNMH, and Medical Group; and in external community to support College of Nursing practice needs, 2009-2016. As practice coordinator (2015-2018; 2019-current) responsibilities included negotiating faculty practice contracts. Martin received her Doctor of Nursing Practice in Health Systems & Organizational Leadership from Oregon Health & Science University; a Master of Science in Nursing, with a concentration in Nursing Administration, from The University of New Mexico; a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Alfred University. Entry into nursing is with an Associates of Applied Science in Nursing from Nassau Community College.