Ep 9 A Born Advocate (w/ Lisa Campbell)


Ep 9 A Born Advocate (w/ Lisa Campbell)

 
 
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In this episode, Lisa Campbell, DNP, RN, PHNA-BC, shares her wisdom for effective engagement with community members and policy makers.

Lisa Campbell, DNP, RN, PHNA-BC, Professor of Nursing at Texas Tech University has been an advocate and leader for over 30 years as a nurse practitioner and community health nurse. She is currently the Chair of the American Public Health Association Public Health Nursing Section and is a Board Member of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments.

 

About your host, Beth Schenk

Elizabeth Schenk, PhD, MHI, RN-BC is Providence-WSU Nurse Scientist and Sustainability Coordinator at Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana. In addition, she is assistant research professor in Nursing at Washington State University in Spokane. Dr. Schenk co-leads nursing research efforts at St. Pat’s, and also across Providence St. Joseph Health, working with nursing leaders at 50 hospitals.

In addition, Dr. Schenk leads efforts for environmental stewardship at St. Patrick, and has worked with ministries across the system to reduce environmental impacts for the past 10 years.  She co-leads ACES (Action Collaborative for Environmental Stewardship) across Providence St. Joseph. In her academic work, she developed the “Nurses Environmental Awareness Tool” which has been used in multiple states and several countries to assess awareness of the environmental impacts of hospital-based healthcare. Dr. Schenk serves on the national board of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, and several local boards.

In her free time, she loves her family, pets, garden, hockey, aikido and music.


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  • Linda Bedker

    This was a terrific podcast presented by Dr. Lisa Campbell on the environmental effects of climate change. Nursing advocacy is a significant and impactful way to bring attention to the effects of climate change and the health status of individuals. Thank you.