College of Health Sciences
Dr. Darlene Bradley holds a PhD in Health Care Administration. She holds two master degrees; a Masters of Arts in Organizational Management and a Master’s of Science in Nursing as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in emergency, trauma, and critical care. She is a board-certified emergency nurse (CEN), critical care nurse (CCRN), nurse executive (BC-NE) and is a Fellow in the Academy of Emergency Nurses (FAEN). She has held multiple positions as a nursing executive in a variety of roles including Emergency/Trauma Services, Critical Care, ADON, Director of Education and others. She is an international speaker on global health issues, emergency services, disaster preparedness, and public health and policy. She serves within the National Disaster Medical Services and has been a disaster responder to nationally declared disasters and has been pre-staged at many potential mass casualty events. Annually she conducts international medical missions, currently to Cambodia with Project Angkor. She has served on both editorial and research boards and has been widely published in both books, and peer reviewed journals. Her research is focused on violence against nurses by their patients. This area of research has been presented nationally through a variety of professional organizations and scientific assemblies.