Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Bradley received a BSN degree from Western Connecticut University. She went on to receive a MS concentration in Nursing Administration from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Bradley has held both clinical and leadership positions. She decided to return to school at the University of Connecticut and receive a post- Master’s certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner.
While working in the field, her experience as an APRN includes primary, urgent and occupational medicine. Dr. Bradley pursued her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Connecticut and was the first to complete and defend her dissertation based on skin cancer screening of young adult females. She has completed a specialized certification through the University of Connecticut in Nursing Education. During this time, she also completed a Dermatology Residency at the University of Connecticut Health Center.
Dr. Bradley’s most recent clinical experience and research publications/interests include the field of Dermatology and melanoma prevention in women. Dr. Bradley is a full time Clinical Assistant Professor with Sacred Heart University’s Online College of Nursing, teaching at the graduate level. She maintains a clinical practice in Aesthetic Dermatology.
City/state: Rocky Hill, CT
Publications and Presentations
2013 DeNisco, S.M., & Bradley, H.B. (2013). Case presentation, consultation, and collaboration in primary care. In S.M. DeNisco & J.G. DeNisco (Eds.), Role development for the nurse practitioner (pp. 151-176). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
2013 Gatti-Petito, J., Lakatos, B.E., Bradley, H.B., Cook, L., Haight, I.E., & Karl, C.A. (2013). Clinical scholarship and adult learning theory: A role for the DNP in nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 34(4), pp. 273-276.
2012 Bradley, H.B. (2012). Implementation of a Skin Cancer Screening Tool in a Primary Care Setting: A Pilot Study. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 24(2), pp. 82-88.
Reviewer for the Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Peer Review Panel
2010 Eastern Nursing Research Society, Poster Presentation: Implementation of a Skin Cancer Screening Tool in a Primary Care Setting: A Pilot Study
2009 The Institute for Health Care Education and Connecticut Nursing Research Alliance, Poster Presentation: Implementation of a Skin Cancer Screening Tool in a Primary Care Setting: A Pilot Study 2009 Trinity College Health Center Nurse Practitioners’ Workshop, Hartford, CT, Topic: Implementing Skin Cancer Screening for College Students
2008 University of Connecticut DNP Program, Storrs, CT, Topic: Pender’s Health Promotion Model