Anita Bralock, PhD, RN, CNM

Position Title
Program Director, Prelicensure Programs; Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio

Professional Activities

2010-2016 American Association of Colleges of Nursing
2010-2016 California Association of Colleges of Nursing
2011-Present National Black Nurses Association, Chair Women’s Health Committee
2004-Present Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing, Member
1995-2004 Chi Eta Phi International Nursing Sorority
1995-2004 American College of Nurse Midwives

Education

Highland Park College, ADN, 1980

Chapman University, BS, 1988, Health Science

University of California, Los Angeles, MN, 1991, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Maternal Child Health Nursing

Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, 1995, Certificate in Nurse Midwifery

University of California, Los Angeles, PhD, 2003, Nursing

Honors and Awards

2009 UCLA School of Nursing, Distinguished Alumni
2009 Oasis Senior Center, City of Los Angeles, Department of Aging, Outstanding Service to the Community
2009 Dean’s Emerging Scholar Award, Azusa Pacific University
2007 Dean’s Emerging Scholar Award, Azusa Pacific University
2006 Dean’s Emerging Scholar Award, Azusa Pacific University
2005 Dean’s Emerging Scholar Award, Azusa Pacific University
2003 Outstanding Clinical Nurse Educator Award, University of Southern California
1999 Outstanding Clinical Nurse Educator Award, University of Southern California
1994 Outstanding Nurse Educator Award, University of Southern California
1992 Outstanding Clinical Nurse Educator Award, University of Southern California

Publications

RESEARCH PAPERS – PEER REVIEWED

Bralock, A. & Aruoma, O. (2013). Condom use predictors among Latina and African-American women in a large urban city. Journal of the National Black Nurses Association. 23(2): 24-33.

Bralock, A. & Koniak-Griffin, D. (2009). What do sexually active adolescent females say about relationship issues? Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 24, 131-140.

Bralock, A. & Koniak-Griffin, D. (2007). Relationships, power and other influences on self-protective sexual behaviors of African American female adolescents. Health Care for Women International. 28, 247 – 267.

Chapters

Bralock, A.R. & Smythe-Padgham, C. (2016). Jewish Americans, Chapter 21. In J. Giger., TRANSCULTURAL NURSING: ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION, 7th edition. St. Louis: Mosby, pp. 511 – 533.

Editorials

Bralock, A., & Newman Giger, J. (2015). Early Breast Cancer Screening for African-American Women: A Clarion Call to Arms. The Journal of the National Black Nurses Association.

26 (2), vii-viii.

Abstracts

Bralock, A. (2016). Promoting self-protective behaviors among female African-American and Latinas. The National Black Nurses Association, Inc. 44th Annual Institute and Conference. “Nursing: Advancing Healthcare Practices through Diversity and Collaboration.” Memphis, TN. Presented August 2016.

 

Non-Data Based Abstracts

Bralock, A., Brown Farr, N., Kay, J., Lee, M.J., Smythe-Padgham, C., Danced Scherlin, D., & Strickland, O. (2011). Issues in community-based care among homeless minorities. The Journal of the National Black Nurses Association. 22 (1). 57 – 67.

Affiliation