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Katherine Bradley is an associate professor in the School of Public Health and is also a clinical associate professor in the OHSU School of Nursing, where she is faculty in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program and the lead evaluator for the Interprofessional Care Access Network program. For the past several years, she served as the School of Public Health’s interim associate dean for practice, working with the leadership team to prepare for accreditation, establishing the framework for community practice and workforce development and expanding the school’s portfolio of internships and field experiences.
Before joining OHSU in 2012, she was an administrator for the Oregon Public Health Division, responsible for the State Maternal and Child Health programs. She helped to strengthen partnerships with community groups and local public health agencies and increased federal grants funds, helping to expand programs and provide greater access to public health services for low-income families.
B.S.N., Seattle University, 1976
M.N., Nursing Administration, University of Washington, 1981
Ph.D., Nursing, University of Kansas, 2000
- Program Director (2010-2016) State Maternal Child Health Block Grant (Title V). HRSA.
- Principal Investigator (2011 – 2013) Oregon Wise Woman Program. CDC
- Principle Investigator (2011-2012) Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening. CDC
Principal Investigator (2010-2015) ACA Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting
- Administrator (2010 – 2015) Personal Responsibility Education Program (Teen Pregnancy)
- Program Director (2011 – 2014) Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children’s Health
- Evaluation Manager (2013-2015). The Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN). OHSU