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Professor Michelle Campbell Name: Professor Michelle Campbell
Executive Dean of Health Sciences
Fax
+613 9953 3355
Organisational Area
Faculty of Health Sciences
Department
Faculty of Health Sciences
Location
Melbourne
Contact Officer
Ms Maria Scaffidi
Executive & Resources Assistant to the Executive Dean (FHS)
Phone
+613 9953 3179
Biographical Information

Executive Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences.

As Executive Dean, Michelle has expertise in curriculum development and implementation. Michelle oversees the largest Bachelor of Nursing program in Australia, as well as programs in Midwifery, Exercise Science, Physiotherapy and the recently implemented new courses of Bachelor Paramedicine, Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Speech Pathology and Bachelor of Public Health.

Qualifications:


2002 Doctor of Nursing, La Trobe University, Melbourne

1993 Masters of Nursing Studies, La Trobe University Melbourne

1987 Bachelor of Applied Science, Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences .

 

Publications

Refereed Journals

Mukasa J., Glass, N., Campbell. M., 2013, TB patients' perspective on nursing care received in Malawi and Australia. Collegian (submitted)

Scruth, E., Page, K., Campbell, M., Worrell Carter, L. (2012), Risk determination and AMI: Review of three clinical prediction tools.  Clinical Nurse Specialist. 26 (1), 35 - 41

Worrall-Carter, L., Ski, C., Scruth, E., Campbell, M., & Page, K. (2011) Systematic Review ofcardiovascular disease in women: Assessing the risk. Nursing and Health Science 13(4), 529-535

Worrall-Carter, L., Ski, C., Scruth, E., Campbell, M., Page, K. (2010). Women and Cardiovascular risk.  Journal of International Women’s Studies (ERA cat. A).

Seibold, C.,Rolls, C & Campbell, M. (2007).  Nurses on the move:  Evaluation of a program to assist international students undertaking an accelerated Bachelor of Nursing Program.  Contemporary Nurse.  Vol 25 (1-2) 63-71

Murphy, M. Saunders, J & Campbell, M. (2007).  Mechanisms and classifications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease:  A literature review.  Contemporary Nurse.  Vol 25 (1-2) 4-12

 Dulanya, J. & Campbell, M. Leigh, C. (2007). Trying to make a difference: The Malawi experience  of  TB  nurse specialist. Contemporary Nurse Vol 24 ) 93- 102

   Campbell, M. & Torrance, C. (2005).  Coronary angioplasty:  Impact on risk factors and patients’ understanding of the severity of their condition.  Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol 22 (4) 26-31.

Murphy, M. Campbell, M. Saunders, J. & Jackson, B. (2005). The process of implementing a nurse orientated multidisciplinary pulmonary rehabilitation program in Melbourne.  Contemporary Nurse.  Vol 19 (12).

Murphy, M. Saunders, J. & Campbell, M. Jackson, B. (2003). The process of implementing the Stanford Model Chronic Disease Self Management Program, The Northern Hospital Experience. Australian Journal Of Primary Health 9 (273) 127-131.

Campbell, M. (2002).  Academic and Clinical Collaboration.  Contemporary Nurse 9, 211-219.

 

Research

My research interest is primarily in the area of  coronary care - especially cardiac patients following Coronary Angioplasty, AMI, and cardiac rehabilitation.
 

Professional Memberships

Member, Victorian Council of Health Deans.

Member - Council of Deans of Nursing and Midwifery

 

 

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