Linda Bradley is enrolled in the Nursing PhD program at The Graduate Center in New York City. Her clinical practice extends from the Hospital beside to the side of patients in their homes in an Acute care and L.T.H.H.C.P.; from providing staff education on the latest tablet updates to Quality initiative as a team manager; from a Director of Nursing in a Licensed Home care Agency to clinical adjunct for Community Health Nursing students at N.Y.U. and S.U.N.Y. Downstate. Her volunteer work includes but not limited to organizing Let’s Move Day walks and providing health promotion presentations. Linda’s belief is that in whatever she is performing she is a representative of what the best in nursing can be. Linda is a New York City Nursing Education Consortium in Technology (N.Y.C.N.E.C.T.) scholar and an N.Y.U. LIBN Fellow. Linda is a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society. She served as an Executive board member as the Archivist for Alpha Phi chapter (2011-2013). She is a recipient of Outstanding Community Leadership award. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Nursing at C.U.N.Y. New York City College of Technology. She is a board certified public health clinical nurse specialist (PHCNS-BC). Professor Bradley is currently teaching Physical Assessment in the Baccalaureate degree program. She assisted in the data collection process of NIH funded Loma Linda Health Study 2 in 2007 in a local church. Her research interest is in exploring the relationship of knowledge and action in health seeking behaviors in faith-based populations.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Community Health/Public Health/Epidemics
Dissertation: Internal locus of control factors that impact negative lifestyle choices in a faith-based population