Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN | Professor, Anna D. Wolf Chair, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, is the Anna D. Wolf Chair and a Professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and was an IOM/AAN Scholar in Residence at the National Academy of Medicine/NAM) where she participated in the RWJF Health Policy Fellows’ DC policy training. Her 14 major federally-funded collaborative research investigations (NIH, NIJ, DoD, DOJ, OVW, CDC) have included studies of domestic violence homicide and improving the criminal justice and healthcare response to intimate partner violence (IPV) as well as the multiple health outcomes of experiencing violence.
Elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2000, she was the founding co-chair of the NAM Forum on the Prevention of Global Violence and is on the Board of Directors of Futures Without Violence, served on the boards of five domestic violence shelters, and is currently a member of the Baltimore DV Fatality Review Committee. Dr. Campbell has published more than 250 articles and seven books. She has extensive policy-related service, including testimony at congressional briefings and before the Senate, as well as policy and research agenda setting meetings with NIH, CDC, SAMHSA, DHHS Office on Women’s Health, the Department of Justice (OVW), the Department of Defense, the World Bank, WHO, and the American Academy of Nursing. As well as WHO and the World Bank, her global experience includes consultation on gender-based violence and women’s health and training for junior scholars in Tanzania, South Africa, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Lebanon, Egypt, and Zambia.