Cynthia Bradley, ,CNE, CHSEIndiana University PhD
Cynthia Sherraden Bradley received a BSN from the University of Kansas and an MSN from the University of Central Missouri, and is currently a doctoral student at Indiana University. As the Simulation Director of Saint Luke’s College, she led a task force of simulation educators resulting in a city-wide collaborative resource for simulation educators in the Kansas City metropolitan area. She has served as a consultant for new simulation programs as well as integrating simulation pedagogy into nursing curricula. She is currently an assistant professor at the University of Central Missouri. She teaches in the undergraduate, graduate, and BSN completion programs with a focus in leadership, nursing theory, nursing education, and simulation pedagogy. Her program of research is centered on exploring the relationship of teaching-learning methods in prelicensure nursing education and the resulting effect on the development of clinical reasoning of nursing students.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: NLN Scholar – Nursing Education
Dissertation: Development and Testing of the Debriefing for Meaningful Learning Evaluation Scale