Nancy Campbell, PhD, RN, FNP, NP-C, CARN-AP, FAANP
Title(s): Chair-Family, Community & Health Systems Sciences; Associate Professor
Organization(s): University at Buffalo, School of Nursing
Research Interests: High Risk Adolescent Behavior | Advanced Practice Issues & Education | IPE/IPCP education
Hometown: Fairport, NY
"A good teacher brings out the best in students by supporting their accomplishments in learning and encouraging them to do their best. I get excited when students are excited by what they are learning and come up with new ways to impact advanced practice nursing -- the most gratifying feedback I could hear from a student is that my scholarship and teaching make a difference."
About Nancy Campbell
Campbell’s current scholarship and research is focused on developing innovative advanced practice education for DNPs. Specifically, she is the Project Director for a new $1.1 million Health Resources Service Administration (HRSA) grant to enhance the oral-systemic and interprofessional competencies of NPs through interprofessional education and collaborative practice with the School of Dental Medicine. Other research interests include high risk behavior in adolescents, especially in relation to addictions. Currently, she is secretary of the Addictions Nursing Certification Board and a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Addictions Nursing. She is also a fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is nationally certified as a FNP and in advanced practice additions nursing (CARN-AP). She has won several awards for her curricular innovations in the FNP program, that were funded through previous Advanced Nursing Education, HRSA grants.
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