Post-Doctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
PhD, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
MA, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
BA, Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee
After receiving her doctorate in economics from Washington University in St. Louis in 1988, Dr. Campbell began her academic career at Saint Louis University (SLU) as assistant professor in the department of health administration. In 1991, she completed a one year post-doctoral Robert Wood Johnson Faculty Fellowship in health care finance at Johns Hopkins University. During the fellowship, Campbell interned at the corporate offices of the Daughters of Charity West Central Region in St. Louis. In 1998, she was named chair of the SLU health administration department where she taught courses in health care financial management, managed care, and public finance. In July 2002, Dr. Campbell joined the Department of Health Systems Management at Tulane where she served as Department Chair through July 2007. Campbell has taught courses in health economics and mentored doctoral students. Campbell has published a number of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and has co-authored the textbook, Financial Management in a Managed Care Environment, published by Delmar. She has also conducted research into mental health access and birth outcomes, care access among the Latino population in New Orleans, and the efficiency and effectiveness of the health system with a particular emphasis on use of information technology in primary care settings.
View Dr. Campbell's publications at her NCBI link.