Within healthcare, she has worked as a nurse, administrator, educator in the areas of hospital and public health for over 30 years. She also holds degrees in Speech Communications and Theatre and has earned awards as a filmmaker, writer, actress, and fine artist. A five year research project with families of preemies and a passion to share knowledge about the psycho-social implications of having a severely premature baby compelled her to create the award-winning film, Micropremature Babies: How Low Can You Go?
As an author, Campbell says she only writes books she wants to buy and can’t find. My Mom Is A Nurse is her tip o’ the hat to those who serve in that arena, while Good Things Come In Small Packages (I Was A Preemie) exists to help parents guide their toddlers through some rough waters of realization. Currently, she’s writing a non-fiction book to help parents. Watch for A Primer For Parents of Preemies. (To receive an autographed copy, place your name on the waiting list HERE.)