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Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN

Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN

Professor

Jacquelyn Campbell’s Danger Assessment each year helps thousands of women recognize the signs of domestic violence and get out safely. Her tireless advocacy before Congress and in the media has changed the national conversation and saved women’s—and men’s—lives.

“The best thing about what I do is the fact that I feel like we’ve really made a difference in terms of improving the safety and health of abused women and other victims of violence in this country.”

 

Kamila Alexander, PhD, MPH, RN

Kamila Alexander, PhD, MPH, RNAssistant Professor

Kamila Alexander focuses on sexual health and intimate partner violence, examining the risks and consequences of unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections—including HIV exposure—in abusive dating and intimate relationships among at-risk groups.

“Once we just adopt an approach that allows people to live the way that they want, but also provides opportunities and strategies for health, then we’ll just be better off as a society as a whole. Nurses are in a position to assist with policy-making to change the trajectory.”

 

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