JOYCE CAMPBELL, MSN, SCRN, CCRN, FNP-C

Joyce Campbell has over 30 years of neuroscience and critical care nursing experience. Joyce currently works as a stroke educator for Erlanger Health System, a Comprehensive Stroke Center, treating over 2300 stroke patients annually. Joyce also continues to provide clinical instruction to students who rotate through neurosurgical intensive care, stroke, surgical and shock trauma units. In 2011, Joyce was honored to be the recipient of the Erlanger Chair of Excellence award.

Joyce serves on the board for Chattanooga Area Brain Injury Association (CABIA) where she is a major contributor to fundraising and education. She is a published author and continues to support her specialty nursing organizations, as a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses and the Chattanooga Association of Nurses for Advanced Practice, where she has served as a past president.

Joyce is an enthusiastic presenter with a passion for neuroscience nursing. Having presented seminars throughout the US, she is known for her ability to deliver engaging presentations, stories that drive home important messages, and the ability to draw from a wealth of real-life clinical experiences. You will come away energized, motivated and much better prepared to provide optimum care for the patients for whom you provide care.

 





Speaker Disclosures:



Financial:  Joyce Campbell has an employment relationship with Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Center.  She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.



Nonfinancial:  Joyce Campbell is a member of the educational committee for the Chattanooga Association of Nurses in Advanced Practice.