Bradley named Academy of Nursing Education Fellow

July 25, 2022


Assistant Professor Cynthia Bradley, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE, will be inducted into the prestigious Academy of Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing (NLN). She was one of 20 distinguished nurse educators to be selected for the 2022 class of Fellows.

Fellows in the NLN Academy of Nursing Education are individuals who have made enduring and substantial contributions to nursing education as teachers, mentors, scholars, public policy advocates, practice partners and administrators. They provide a visionary leadership and are recognized for their expertise in nursing education.

Bradley serves as the school’s director of simulation, and her research expertise is health care simulation and debriefing, debriefing training, and emerging technologies in higher education. She was recently award a $1.3 million grant from the American Nurses Foundation Reimagining Nursing Initiative to create cutting-edge, immersive virtual reality simulation (IVRS) learning coordinated with a structured clinical preceptorship to provide real world experiences for nursing students.

With the addition of the new Fellows, academy membership totals 322 leading nurse educators who teach in a range of programs across the spectrum of higher education. They are affiliated with top-ranked teaching hospitals, academic institutions and other organizations committed to advancing the quality of health care in the United States and globally.

Bradley will be inducted at a ceremony at the NLN Education Summit on Friday, Sept. 30.

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Media Contacts

Steve Rudolph
School of Nursing