Carrie Jo Braden, PhD, RN, FAAN
Carrie Jo Braden is currently the Associate Dean for Research at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio School of Nursing.
She holds a masters in applied psychology from Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota and a masters degree in community health nursing, primary care family nurse practitioner degree, and a Ph.D. in nursing from the University of Arizona in Tucson. Dr. Braden has published many articles on aspects of chronic illness, published textbooks in community health and in theory based intervention, and has been awarded several research grants from the National Institute of Nursing Research, National Cancer Institute, and the National Institute of General Medical Science. Dr. Braden's program of research has included clinical trial tests of self-help promoting intervention effectiveness for women receiving breast cancer treatment. Her current research focuses on educational interventions to promote commitment to a research career among students from under represented groups. For over 30 years, Dr. Braden has taught doctoral level students concentration on courses on theory based evaluation and theory based intervention.
Peer-reviewed Articles (*indicates data-based)
Lapiz-Bluhm, MD, Braden CJ, Canty-Mitchell, J, Breslin ET, Peterson AL. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar Program for Junior Nurse Faculty: It Takes a Village for a Successful Application Journal of Nursing Practice Applications & Review of Research 2014 Jun;4(2):112-122.
- Browne JA, Braden CJ. Definition and Relational Specification of Work-around. Nurs Inform 2012 Jun; 23: 2012-2015.
- Browne, JA, Braden, CJ. Health Information Technology, Nurses, Turbulence, and Cost Innovation in Health Care Delivery Systems Symposium 2012 Apr
- Braden, C.J. Guidelines for Achieving Clarity of Concepts Related to Quality of Life In: Quality of Life From Nursing and Patient Perspectives: Theory, Research and Practice. Boston: Jones & Barlett Publishers, 2nd ed.; 2012. p. 65 - 91.
- Sidani S., Braden, C. Design, Evaluation, and Translation of Nursing Interventions Wiley-Blackwell; 2011.
Invited Podium Presentations (i. e. keynotes presentations)
- 2012, Research to Understand and Inform Interventions that Promote Research Careers, Transdisciplinary Training in Health Disparities Science, Pre and Post Doctoral Fellows, Arizona State University College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Phoenix, AZ (Invited Speaker)
Peer Reviewed Podium Presentations
- 2015, Cognitive and Neurotrophic Markers for Speed of Response to Variable Length Cognitive Processing Therapy in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Military Health System Research Symposium 2015, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2014, Improving the Science of Community-Based Participatory Research Using Mixed Methods Approaches Invited Panel, Coming at Things Differently: Challenges, Advances and Diversity Within and Across Mixed Methods Research Communities, Concurrent Track 2. Panel Presentation 1, Mixed Methods International Research Association, Boston, MA (Co-Author)
- 2014, Coming at Things Differently: Challenges, Advances and Diversity Within and Across Mixed Methods Research Communities, Mixed Methods International Research Association Conference 2014, Mixed Methods International Research Association, Boston, MA (Co-Presenter)
- 2014, The Utility of the Life Course Perspective to Inform Interventions, 2014 Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Research, Practice, and Education in Nursing, Western Institute of Nursing, Seattle, WA (Co-Author)
- 2013, Barriers and HIT Workarounds in ICU: Key Pilot Study Findings, American Nursing Informatics Association Annual Conference, Browne, J, Braden, CJ, American Nursing Informatics Association, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2012, Proof of Concept: Barriers and Health Care Information Technology Work Arounds, Knowledge Exchange Market: University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Browne, JA, Braden, CJ, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Nursing, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2012, Proof of Concept: Communication and Health Care Information Technology Workarounds, Knowledge Exchange Market: The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Browne, JA, Braden, CJ, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Nursing, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2012, Barriers and healthcare information technology workarounds, Knowledge Exchange Marketplace Symposium, School of Nursing, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2012, Communication and healthcare information technology workarounds, Knowledge Exchange Markeplace Symposium, School of Nursing, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (Co-Author)
- 2012, Definition and Relational Specification of Work-around, NI 2012: Advancing Global Health Through Informatics, Student Paper, 11th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, Montreal, Canada (Co-Author)
- 2012, Health Information Technology, Nurses, Turbulence, and Cost, Innovation in Health Care Delivery Systems Symposium, Austin, TX (Co-Author). Details: Abstract The purpose of this poster is to heighten our consciousness level about the potential of the contemporary Health Information Technology (HIT) implementation arena to add to our understanding about health care delivery cost containment. An increased understanding about health care delivery costs needs to explicitly specify human factor sources of turbulence and take into account the value of nurses as problem-solving resources for contributing to control of complex dynamic environments.
- 2012, Multi-Level Relational View of Health Information Technology and Medication Error, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Nursing Informatics Symposium, Las Vegas, NV (Co-Author)
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- 05/2008 - 04/2017, Funder: NIH/NCRR, Project #: 8UL1TR000149, $4,066,550.00. Title: Institute for Integration of Medicine & Science: A Partnership to Improve Health. Role: Contributor
- 03/2015 - 02/2016, Funder: PCORI Conference Grant, $50,000.00. Title: Patient Engagement in Biomedical and Health Services Research: A Pragmatic Mixed Methods Approach. Role: Co-Principal Investigator. Grant Detail: This grant was written to support the Mixed Methods Conference titled, Engaging Patients in Health Care Systems: A Pragmatic, Mixed Methods Approach, to be held in San Antonio, Texas at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on August 3-4, 2015.
- 08/2012 - 08/2014, Funder: NIH NIGMS, Project #: 3R01 GM088781-03, $42,320.00. Title: MESA Supplement grant – Sergio Rivas. Role: Principal Investigator, Grant Detail: Mechanisms for Enhancing Scholarly Achievements (MESA)
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||The University of Arizona Tucson, AZ
||Community Health Nursing
||The University of Arizona Tucson, AZ
||Winona State University Winona, MN
||DePauw University Greencastle, IN