Dr. Nancy Jean Campbell is currently living in Sarasota, Florida and is Associate Professor of Nursing at the University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New York. After 32 years of commuting from Rochester to Buffalo, New York, she moved to Florida and became the first remotely located professor at the School of Nursing. In addition to being selected as a Fellow in the International Academy of Addictions Nursing (FIAAN), she has served on the IntNSA Board of Directors, Addictions Nursing Certification Board, and the Journal of Addictions Nursing Editorial Board. She is also a fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) and in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) and is nationally certified as an FNP and in advanced practice additions nursing (CARN-AP).
Her scholarship and research interests are focused on health promotion in high risk adolescents related to addictions. Currently, she is serving as a Guest Editor for an upcoming edition of Journal of Addictions Nursing that will be focused on teen vaping and cannabis use. In 2013-2016 she was the project director for a $1.2 million dollar Health Resources Service Administration (HRSA) grant to enhance the oral-systemic and interprofessional competencies of NPs through interprofessional education and collaborative practice with the School of Dental Medicine. Previously, she acquired HRSA funding ($1.2 million) to enhance FNP students preparation to assess, begin treatment, and refer patients with addictions in primary care settings. The UB FNP program was the first in the nation to include this specialty focus.