Jason Bradley, , MSEd, RN, LPC, CCRNArizona State University Hartford Center PhD
Jason Bradley is a PhD student in the College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation at Arizona State University (ASU) where he was a 2014-16 Hartford Scholar with the Hartford Center for Gerontological Nursing Excellence. Jason completed a Master’s of Science in Education degree with an emphasis in community/mental health counseling from the University of Tennessee-Martin in 2000 and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Northern Arizona University in 2007. He currently serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor and Program Coordinator Northern Arizona University on the Yuma Branch campus, teaching in the traditional BSN program. His teaching interests include adult health, mental health, communication, and palliative care. Jason maintains national certification as a critical care nurse and continues to work as a bedside nurse with the Yuma Regional Medical Center intensive care unit and inpatient palliative care team. He is a member of the American Nurses Association (ANA), Arizona Nurses Association (AzNA), American Association of Critical Care Nurses and Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. Jason is the current President of the Rio Colorado Yuma chapter of AzNA and serves on the AzNA Nominations Committee. In 2016, Jason was selected to serve on the Palliative Care and Hospice Professional Issues Panel Steering Committee for the ANA. Jason’s research interests include advance care planning and decision-making related to end of life and palliative care among chronically ill patients and families, especially those with dementia. His dissertation will explore end of life and palliative care planning and decision-making among Mexican-American caregivers.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Palliative Care/Pain/Hospice
Dissertation: Palliative Care and End of Life Planning and Decision-Making Among Mexican-American Caregivers