Christina Campbell

Christina (“Chris”) Campbell is an assistant professor in the CSULB School of Nursing.  She has been a full-time faculty member since the fall of 2021.  Before coming to CSULB, she taught in the FNP program at West Coast University and has served as an FNP preceptor multiple times over the years. 

Her research and practice interests include college health and primary care, focusing on health promotion and disease prevention from the lens of population health and health equity. 

  • BSN from Vanderbilt University
  • MSN in Community Health/Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Texas-El Paso
  • DNP from the Southern California DNP Consortium (California State University-Fullerton, California State University-Long Beach, California State University-Los Angeles)

  • Health promotion and disease prevention in primary care and college health settings
  • Improving patient outcomes to common primary care conditions (migraine and other headaches are of particular interest)
  • Population health, health disparities, and health equity

  • NRSG 312L-Health Assessment Lab
  • NRSG 510-Advanced Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice
  • NRSG 520-Advanced Pharmacology for Advanced Practice
  • NRSG 530A-Health Assessment for Advanced Practice Clinical
  • NRSG 560-Theoretical and Professional Roles in Advanced Nursing Practice
  • NRSG 620A-Family Clinical Studies II
  • NRSG 620B-Family Clinical Studies II
  • NRSG 621A-Family Clinical Studies III
  • NRSG 621B-Family Clinical Studies IV

  • Scuba Diving
  • Hiking/Backpacking
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Reading