Bradi B. Granger


Professor, Duke University School of Nursing
Director, Duke Heart Nursing Research Program, Duke-Margolis Health Policy Center

Topic for the talk
Advancing Person Centered Models of Care in a Value-Based System: What Will It Take?

Dr. Granger is a Professor at the Duke University School of Nursing, the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and Director of the Duke Heart Center Nursing Research Program.

Her research is focused on health system and health policy support for cardiovascular person-centered care. Specific foci of research include health equity, health behaviors and self-management, medication use in chronic illness, and strategies to facilitate safe care transitions across settings of care, from hospital to home and community-based settings.

Dr. Granger has published and lectured extensively, both nationally and internationally, on methods and interventions for person-centered medication management in complex chronic illness.

As a mentor to clinicians and students, she has led a number of team-based studies in the field of cardiovascular care resulting in publications and featured work in Journal of the American Medical Association, the American Heart Journal, the Journal of Advanced Nursing, Patient Education and Counseling, the Lancet, the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, and others.