Michele Lani Bray, MS, RN, PHNA-BC
School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2528 McCarthy Mall, Webster Hall 214
Honolulu, HI 96822
Michele Bray is a Native Hawaiian scholar and is a dedicated registered nurse with more than 28 years of nursing experience. She is a graduate from UH Manoa Nursing’s master’s program and received an advance practice degree in public health nursing. She is recognized in the areas of community and public health nursing, clinical practice, nursing administration, leadership, policy and all areas of major and minor bioterrorism and disaster preparedness knowledge.
In 2016, Michele was presented with the Daisy Faculty Award. She is active in community service and volunteers with the Honolulu Hawaiian Civic Club, American Red Cross, Hawaii Chapter and is a house committee member at the Elks Honolulu Lodge.
MS, University of Hawaii at Manoa
BSN, Hawaii Pacific University
Community/Public Health & Disasters, Critical Care, and Pediatrics.
Community/Public Health Nursing, Emergency Preparedness and Response.
Non-Refereed Journal Articles
Bray, M. L. (1992). Pulse Oximetry and Peak Flow as Indicators of Wheezing Severity in Children and Improvement Following Bronchodilator Treatments. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 10(6), 519-524.