Marietta Stanton, PhD, CRNP
Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, CNAA, BC, CMAC, CCM, CNL is a Professor of Nursing at The University of Alabama, Capstone College of Nursing (CCN).
A major focus of the CCN masters’ program is case management and leadership for rural populations. The CCN has also developed a Clinical Nurse Leader, Nurse Educator, and Doctor of Nursing Practice. She is also an Emeritus faculty from the University of New York at Buffalo School of Nursing. She has published a number of articles in case management; patient and provider education; and nursing leadership. She has had federal funding for two research projects through the Tri-Service Nursing Research Grant Program and was recently funded for an advanced nursing education grant through the Bureau of Health Professions.
Dr. Stanton received her PhD in Educational Administration, Instructional Communication from the University of Buffalo, her MS in Business through Salve Regina University, her MA in Nursing at New York University and her BSN and AAS from Mount Saint Mary’s College.
She is certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center in Staff development and continuing education, Nursing Administration (Advanced) and case management. She is certified through the Center for Case Management as a Case Management Administrator. She is also currently certified as a Certified Case Manager (CCM). Dr. Stanton has served on active duty as the Senior Case Manager for Clinical Operations, Southeast Regional Medical Command.