Faculty Associate

Elise Radina Faculty Picture

Elise Radina, Professor and Associate Dean of the Graduate School

101 McGuffey Hall

Dr. Radina is a qualitative methodologist whose research focuses broadly on families and health with a particular emphasis on mid and later life women in family contexts.(e.g., breast cancer survivorship, positive aging, breast cancer-related lymphedema). She has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Her work has appeared in Cancer Nursing, Family Relations, the Journal of Family Nursing, Nursing Research, and the Journal of Family Theory & Review. She serves on the Journal of Family Theory & Review. Her co-edited book published by Taylor & Francis, Real Stories of How Qualitative Data Analysis Happens: Moving Beyond “Themes Emerged” (with A. Humble) was published in 2018.

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