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Jean A. Kelley Endowed Lecture

Campbell webThe 2015 Jean Kelley Lecturer, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN

“We Can Do Better:  Addressing Violence & Trauma and Their Effects in the Health Care System” was presented by Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN, Anna D. Wolf Chair and Professor at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing on June 3, 2015 in the UAB School of Nursing Auditorium.  Click here for a video of the presentation.

About  Dr. Campbell

Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN is the Anna D. Wolf Chair and a Professor in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing with a joint appointment in the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Co-Chaired the Steering Committee for the WHO Multi-country Study on Violence against Women and Women’s Health and is the National Program Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars program.

Since 1980, Dr. Campbell has been conducting advocacy policy work and research in the area of violence against women and women’s health, publishing more than 225 articles and seven books.  She has been Principal Investigator on 12 major NIH, NIJ or CDC research grants. 

During her career Dr. Campbell has received numerous and prestigious honors including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the US Department of Justice Family Justice Centers, name by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as one of 20 national leaders and visionaries who have had a transformative effect on the field of violence and injury prevention, the 2011 Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Award.   Dr. Jacquelyn C. Campbell, earned her BSN from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, her MSN from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and PhD in Nursing from the University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, New York.

Past Jean Kelley Lecturers

Jean A. Kelley began her affiliation with the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing when she entered the baccalaureate program on the Tuscaloosa campus in 1954. After graduation came a three-year stay in New York while she and husband, Clarence, both earned advanced degrees from New York University.

Jean-KelleyThe concept of an annual visiting lectureship began in 1976 with Dr. Kelley’s idea to invite a renowned scholar to the School of Nursing each year to interact and dialogue with faculty and students.  As UAB’s doctoral program in nursing was the first in the Southeast and the thirteenth in the nation, Dr. Kelley wanted the School’s doctoral students to have both formal and informal academic exchange with a different visiting scholar each year.

The Jean A. Kelley Endowed Lectureship began in early 1989 with the initiation of fund-raising activities to support an annual lecture to honor the retiring Associate Dean for Graduate Studies. Upon reaching the funding goal, the University of Alabama System Board of Trustees officially established the Dr. Jean A. Kelley Endowed Lectureship on October 27, 1989.

A lectureship in honor of Dr. Kelley was an appropriate tribute for a woman whose exceptional leadership and management skills helped shape and build the UASON’s graduate program.  The Lectureship symbolizes Dr. Kelley’s legacy of mentoring students, graduates, and colleagues; perpetuates her high standards of education; and sustains her belief that established scholars should guide and encourage the scholars of the future.

Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN

The 2014 Jean Kelley Endowed Lecturer was Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN.  The title of her lecture was “Elder Mistreatment and Its Prevention: How to Stem the Tide”.  Dr. Fulmer discussed the incidence and prevalence of elder mistreatment and how caregivers and healthcare organizations can implement practice design changes that will assist in the detection and prevention of elder mistreatment.  Read more...