Professor Profile: Martha Hill
In her career spanning over fifty years, Professor Martha Hill has distinguished herself as a nurse and a researcher.
She has been heavily involved in health promotion in her role as President of the American Heart Association, and has received wide recognition for her work treating and preventing high blood pressure among young African American men.
Professor Hill is also the former Dean of the School of Nursing, at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, and is currently the chair of Sigma Theta Tau, the international honour society for nursing. She is also an adjunt professor at the University of Technology Sydney.