College of Business, Health, and Human Services
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ms. Lindsey Baertlein is an assistant professor of nursing in the school of nursing at UA Little Rock. Baertlein advocates for equality and equality in the care of women and mental health clients from underserved and or disadvantaged communities.
Baertlin has advocated for diversity, equity, and inclusion outside and inside the classroom. She served as the liaison between the Diversity Council and the Racial Barriers committee at UA Little Rock. This allowed her to increase collaboration with both committees on developments and policies. With the Racial Barriers committee, Baertlin created a form that serves as the current screening tool for reports of racial issues in the UA Little Rock community.
Baertlein has included her diversity, equity, and inclusion work in the classroom. In the Integration of Nursing Concepts course, she has incorporated diversity, equity, and inclusion into classroom projects for students. This work led to a virtual poster presentation at the 2022 Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) Nursing Education Accreditation conference. She also collaboratively published, Nursing Education: The intersection of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Healthcare Informatics, in the 2022 ACEN Bridges newsletter.
Baertlein received a M.S.N. in nurse education from Chamberlain College of Nursing and a B.S.N. in nursing from UA Little Rock.