Bradi Granger PhD

Bradi Granger

Core Faculty

Bradi Granger, PhD


PhD, UNC Chapel Hill

MSN, Duke University

Dr. Granger is Associate Professor and Associate Director of Duke Translational Nursing Institute. She is also Director of the Duke Heart Center Nursing Research Program and adjunct faculty at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Dr. Granger received her doctorate in nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her MSN from Duke University, and her BSN from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Dr. Granger has extensive clinical experience in cardiovascular nursing, and her clinical work as a Clinical Nurse Specialist has been dedicated to overcoming barriers to the use and conduct of research in the service setting through development of pragmatic tools that change the way nurses learn about, apply, and conduct nursing science. She has developed an innovative model for clinical inquiry and research in the hospital setting, which has been adopted in clinical settings across the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Granger is an active member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, the American Heart Association and the European Society for Patient Adherence, Compliance and Persistence.

Kamath DY, Abdullakutty J, Granger BB, Kulkarni S, Bhuvana KB, Salazar LJ, et al. A randomized controlled trial evaluating a theory driven, complex intervention centered on task sharing and mobile health to improve selfcare and outcomes in heart failure – The PANACEA-HF RCT: Design and rationale. American Heart Journal Plus: Cardiology Research and Practice. 2023 Oct 1;34.

Barnes S, Engel J, Granger BB. Measurement Strategies for The Joint Commission Health Care Disparities Standard: Implementing Hospital-Based Requirements in Heart Failure-Part 2. AACN advanced critical care. 2023 Sep;34(3):246–54.

Rossi LP, Granger BB, Bruckel JT, Crabbe DL, Graven LJ, Newlin KS, et al. Person-Centered Models for Cardiovascular Care: A Review of the Evidence: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2023 Aug;148(6):512–42.