MSN, Nursing Education
St. Joseph's College of Maine
Board Certifications and Licenses
Service Line Educator, Heart and Vascular Center - Yale New Haven Hospital
Adult Critical Care
Patient and Family Centered Care
Principal Investigator: The perceptions of adult hospitalized patients regarding family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
2014 AACN NTI Research Abstract Award
2009 Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing
Family - Patient Centered Care
Developing team-based research projects with clinical bedside nurses.
Bradley, C., Leach, N., Petrocelli, M., Keithline, M., Scanlon, M. & Parkosewich, J. (2014). The Perceptions of Adult Hospitalized Patients Regarding Family Presence During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. American Journal of Critical Care, 23(3), e20.
Other Scholarly Activity
Bradley, C. (2014). The perceptions of adult hospitalized patients regarding family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Presented at the American Academy of Critical Care Nurses’ National Teaching Institute, Denver, CO.
Bradley, C. & Cherry, H. (2012, October). Improving peripheral intravenous insertion practices in the adult inpatient population. Presented at the Connecticut Research Alliance, Hartford, CT.
Cruz, J., McKnight, L., Bradley, C., Ameti, L., Cushing, W. & Kenyon, K. (2015). Promoting interdisciplinary communication using SBAR. Poster presented at Yale New Haven Health System Joe Zacchanino Quality & Safety Conference. Bridgeport, CT.
Sigma Theta Tau Delta Mu Research Grant