Christine Campbell, MSN, RNC-LRN, HSEC

Background

Professor Christine Campbell has 25 years of experience as a nurse in Maternal Child Health in the Level 1-2 Special Care Nursery. She has been employed at Anna Jaques Hospital since 2001, where she is currently a Professional Clinical Educator for the Birth Center's Neonatal Care Center. Professor Campbell also participates in Statewide Quality Improvement Projects for Neonatal Abstinence, Substance Use Disorder, and Maternal Mortality and Morbidity.

Education

  • Associates Degree of Science of Nursing, Northern Essex Community College, High Honors, 1996
  • Bachelor's Degree of Science of Nursing, Bay State College, Honors, 2015
  • Master's Degree of Science, Nursing Education, Western Governors University, 2017

Courses Taught at Bay State College

  • Care of the Childbearing Family
  • Skills Lab
  • Pharmacology
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Advanced Physical & Health Assessment
  • Diversity & Cultural Influence in Healthcare
  • Nursing Care of the Older Adult
  • Community & Family Nursing
  • Nursing Research/Informatics
  • Introduction to Ethics
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Capstone

Interests and Hobbies

Professor Campbell enjoys spending time with family, working outside, hiking, fishing, camping, and being on the beach!