Anthony Campbell. Dr. Anthony Campbell (PhD 2016) an assistant professor at Auburn University in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work. Prior to that, he was a postdoctoral scholar in the UAB-VA Health Services, Outcomes, and Effectiveness Research (HSOER) Training Program.

Research Interests: Health Disparities, Medical Sociology, Mental Health & Illness, Religion & Health, Race & Ethnicity, Research Methods, Health Communication, Social Support

Education:
  • PhD, Medical Sociology, 2016
  • MA, Sociology, 2013
  • MSW (Master of Social Work); University of South Carolina, 1999
  • BA, Psychology; University of Alabama, 1997

Publications:
  • Campbell, A. D., Godfryd, A., Buys, D. R., and Locher, J. L. 2015. Does Participation in Home-deliverd Meals Programs Improve Outcomes for Older Adults: Results of a Systematic Review. Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics 34(2), 123-67.
  • Baker, E. H., Milner, A. N., and Campbell, A. D. 2015. A Pilot Study to Promote Walking among Obese and Overweight Individuals: Walking Buses for Adults. Public Health 129(6), 822-24.
  • Campbell, A. D. and Wallace, G. 2015. Black Megachurch Websites: An Assessment of Health Content for Congregations and Communities. Health Communication 30(6), 557-65.

Presentations:
  • Campbell, A. D. and Locher, J. L. Changes in Social Support among Patients Undergoing Head and Neck Cancer Treatment. Paper presented at Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, regular session, New Orleans, LA.
  • Campbell, A. D. and Milner, A. N. 2014. Teaching about Suicide: Incorporating Sensitivity, the Sociological Imagination, and Suicide Prevention Resources. Paper presented at Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, regular session, Charlotte, NC.
  • Campbell, A. D. 2013. Events, Transitions and Trajectories: Life Course Perspective through Black Megachurch Websites. Paper presented at Mid-South Sociological Association annual meeting, regular session, Atlanta, GA.
  • Campbell, A. D. and Wallace, G. 2013. Health-Related Content of Black Megachurch Websites in the Southeastern United States. Paper presented at American Sociological Association annual meeting, roundtable session, New York, NY.
  • Campbell, A. D. 2013. Socioeconomic Status, Social Relationships, and Higher Weight Status. Paper presented at Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, regular session, Atlanta, GA.

Courses Taught:
  • Sociology of Mental Health (Summer 2013, Summer 2014, Summer 2015 online)
  • Race and Ethnic Relations (Summer 2013 online)
  • Introduction to Sociology (Summer 2012)