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Erin  Bradley

Erin Bradley

Assistant Professor of Public Health

Contact Information

Phone: 404-471-6044
Office Location: Campbell Hall 116

Academic Degrees

B.A., Spelman College
M.P.H., Emory University
Ph.D., Emory University

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Professor Bradley is a behavioral scientist whose teaching and public health research examine social determinants of health and equity. Her interests include research methods, measurement, and intervention development, with an emphasis on developing culturally appropriate multilevel interventions to address intrapersonal, social, and/or structural factors that contribute to disparities. Most of Professor Bradley’s work has focused on women and African Americans, primarily in regards to HIV/STI prevention and care. Manuscripts stemming from her work have been published in journals such as Health Equity, Journal of Women’s Health, Health Promotion Practice, AIDS & Behavior, AIDS Care, Journal of Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities, and MMWR.  

Professional Activities

Recent Publications

Bradley, E.L.P., Williams, A.M., Green, S., Lima, A.C., Geter, A., Chesson, H.W., & McCree, D.H. (2019). Disparities in HIV incidence between black and white women in the United States, 2010-2016. MMWR68(18);416–418. http://dx.doi. org/10.15585/mmwr.mm6818a3

Bradley, E.L.P., Geter, A., Lima, A.C., & McCree, D.H. (2018). Effectively addressing HIV disparities affecting U.S. black women. Health Equity, 2(1), 329-333. 1089/heq.2018.0038

Elmore, K., Bradley, E.L.P., Lima, A.C., Obi-Tabot, E., Gant, Z., Dean, H., & McCree, D.H. (2018). Trends in Geographic Rates of HIV diagnoses among black females in the United States, 2010–2015. Journal of Women’s Health, 28(3),410-417. 2017.6868

Bradley, E.L.P., Frazier, E., Sutton, M.Y., McCree, D.H. (2019).  Psychological and social determinants of health, antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, and viral suppression among HIV-positive black women in care. AIDS Care, 31(8), 932-941. 1080/09540121.2019.1612022

Bradley, E.L.P., Forsberg, K., Betts, J., DeLuca, J.B., Kamitami, E., Porter, S.E., Sipe, T.A., & Hoover, K.W. (2019). Factors affecting pre-exposure prophylaxis implementation for women in the United States: A systematic review. Journal of Women’s Health. 2018.7353

Bradley, E.L.P., & Hoover, KW. (2019). Improving HIV preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) implementation for women: Summary of key findings from a discussion series with women’s HIV prevention experts. Women’s Health Issues, 29(1), 3-7. j.whi.2018.08.004

Bradley, E.L.P., Lanier, Y., Ukuku, A.M., Brawner, B., & Sutton, M.Y. (2019). Successfully navigating challenges of recruiting racial/ethnic minority adolescents for STI/HIV prevention research. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. s40615-019-00631-7

Bradley, E.L.P., Vidot, D.C., Gaul, Z., Sutton, M.Y., Pereyra, M. (2018). Acceptability of oral HIV rapid testing in dental clinics in Miami, Florida. PLOS ONE, 13(4), e0196323. 1371/journal.pone.0196323

Bradley, E.L.P., Sutton, M.Y., Cooks, E., Washington-Ball, B., Gaul, Z., & Gaskins, S., & Payne-Foster, P. (2018). Developing FAITHH: Methods to develop a faith-based HIV stigma reduction intervention in the rural South. Health Promotion Practice. 2F1524839917754044

Payne-Foster, P., Bradley, E.L.P., Aduloju-Ajijola, N., Yang, X., Gaul, Z., Sutton, M.Y., & Gaskins, S. (2018). Testing our FAITHH: HIV stigma and knowledge after a faith-based HIV stigma reduction intervention in the rural South. AIDS Care, 30(2), 232-239. 09540121.2017.1371664 


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