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Barbara Campbell

Knowledge Translation, Children’s Health, Family Literacy, Participatory Action Research

Degrees: 
  • PhD, Nursing (PhD) University of Calgary

  • Masters, Nursing (MN) Dalhousie University

  • Bachelors, Nursing (BN) University of New Brunswick

  • Adjunct Professor University of New Brunswick

Position: 
Associate Professor, School of Nursing and Director, The Webster Centre for Teaching & Learning and Faculty Development Office
Department: 
nursing
Faculty: 
School of Nursing
Phone: 
(902) 566-0743
Research Interests: 

2009 Investigating digital literacies and global awareness in post-secondary net generation learners. Major  Research Grant, University of Prince Edward Island

2009 Evaluation of Newborn Family Literacy Programs in the Maritime Provinces. Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

2009 Connecting Families through Community: An English as a Second Language (ESL) Family Literacy Project. Human Resources and Social Development Canada.

Citations: 

Critchley, K., Richardson, E.; Aarts, C.; Bergknut, E.; Campbell, B., Hemmingway, A., Koskinen, L, Juhansoo, T., Mitchell, M. & Nordstrom, P. (2009). Student Experiences With an International Public Health Exchange Project (Feature Article). Nurse Educator 34(2), 69-74

(2009). Translating Knowledge through Participatory Action Research and Ottawa Model of Research Use. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (accepted June 2009).

Barrington, K, & Campbell, B.(2008). MUDD Mapping: An Interactive Teaching-Learning Strategy. Nurse Educator 33 (4), 159-163.

Weeks , L.E., Profit, S., Campbell. B., Shepphard-LeMoine, D., Chircop, A., & Graham, H. (2008). The Influence of Past Experiences, Life Transitions and Future Concerns on Physical Activity of Seniors Residing in the Community and Long-term Care. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 34 (7), 36-43

Timmons, V., Critchley, K., Campbell, B., McAuley, A., Taylor, J., & Walton, F. (2007). Knowledge Translation Case Study: A Rural Community Collaborates with Researchers to Investigate Health Issues. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 27 (3), 183-187.

Campbell, B.

Current Collaborators (non-UPEI): 
  • Brannen, C., McGrath, P.,, Unruh, A., Deacon, H., Gillis, D., Letourneau, N., Whitty, P. (IWK Health Centre, & UNB)
  • Timmons, V. (University of Regina)
  • College communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Université de Bretagne-Sud, France
  • Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland