Dr. Suzanne H. Campbell
Associate Dean of Academic Programs
o: School of Nursing Rm 206
August 2010 Elected to the Nursing Academy of the National Academies of Practice.
4/22/09 Keynote: Ignoring the Clock: Strategies for helping mothers handle conflicting information. Peer Counselor & La Leche League Leader Professional Development Day, Covent Garden, UK.
11/8/08 Keynote: Nursing Simulation "Today and Beyond", Simulation User Network Workshop, Hosts: Fairfield University School of Nursing, Laerdal, and Connecticut League of Nursing, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT.
2008 Fairfield University School of Nursing Advisory Board Faculty Member Award
2008 Connecticut Quality Improvement Silver Innovation Award for the Nursing Simulation Lab
2007 Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Chi Chapter, Excellence in Nursing, Research Award
2006 Healthcare Professional Award - The Connecticut Breastfeeding Coalition: On behalf of all mothers and babies your organization has helped, La Leche League of CT wishes to thank you for your dedication, hard work and commitment. On Board of Directors.
2005 Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Chi Chapter, Excellence in Nursing, Chapter Service Award
2010 HRSA project entitled P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.: Geriatric Diversity Training for Advanced Nursing Education, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals (EETHP) -- Advanced Education Nursing (AEN) award of $233,153. Team: S. Grossman (P.I.), S.Campbell, M.Wallace Kazer, D.Mager.
2010 Technology Integration Program for Nursing Education and Practice (TIP-NEP) Grant, Duke University, North Carolina. Team: S. Campbell (Leader), S. Grossman, A. Kris. Screen Capture as innovative adjunct to classroom teaching. 4 day faculty training and $3,000 toward school projects.
9/1/09-8/31/10 Congressionally-Mandated Health Information Technology Grant. P.I. (2010) $141,571. Equipment, technology, and support for electronic health record education. Award No. 1 D1BIT16784-01-00.
2007 CT Health and Education Facilities Authority for $99,999.00 Women's Health Simulation Expansion Project. Pilot Team: Suzanne Campbell (P.I.), Phil Greiner, Diane Mager (Co-PI), Sheila Grossman, Alison Kris.
2006 $10,000 Daphne Seybolt Culpeper Foundation for Faculty Development, LRC Project.
2002 Awarded research grant from the International Lactation Consultant Association, for research study: Recurrent Plugged Ducts: The effect of traditional therapy versus ultrasound therapy. $6,000.00, P.I., Co-investigator: Christina Smillie, MD, FAAP, IBCLC
1993 Awarded research grant for dissertation from Association of Women's Health, Obstetrical, and Neonatal Nursing, and Hill-Rom Company, Inc., $4,500.00
2006 Learning Resource Center Project Director: achieved 100% of the $1.06 M goal in gifts and pledges 1/08