Clinical Nurse Leader — Nursing — Full-time
Candace  Campbell

Candace Campbell, DNP, RN, CNL

Assistant Professor


DNP, University of San Francisco
MSN-HCSM, Loyola New Orleans
BSN, Loyola New Orleans
AARN, El Camino College
BA, Speech Communication/Theatre, University of Puget Sound

Research Areas

Interprofessional healthcare communication using Applied Improvisational Exercises
Micropremature birth and psychosocial repercussions on the family
PTSD in medical personnel veterans of Vietnam War
Elective Cesarean Delivery
Healthcare Public Policy and Nursing Advocacy
Florence Nightingale and History of the Nursing Profession

Courses Offered
  • Nursing Inquiry
  • Maternal-Child Cinicals
  • Simulation
  • Leadership
Courses Offered
  • MSN-CNL, BSN, EBP, Leadership, clinical and simulation training

Campbell, C. A., (2011). Elective cesarean delivery: Trends, evidence, and implications for women, newborns, and nurses [CNE]. Nursing for Women's Health, 15(4), 309-319. DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-486X.2011.01651.x

Campbell, C. A. (2009). My Mom Is A Nurse. Peripatetic Publishing: CA;

Campbell, C. A. (2009). Good Things Come In Small Packages: I Was A Preemie. Peripatetic Publishing: CA

Film: Micropremature Babies: How Low Can You Go?