University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing alumnus B. Davis Campbell, MSN, CRNP, recently published his third book, Bullet Points: Absolute Essentials for Facing a Fallen World.
Campbell is a nurse practitioner in the cardiovascular surgery unit at UAB Hospital. After being diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2004 and undergoing cancer treatment, including major surgery, chemotherapy, and lifestyle changes, he was declared cancer-free in 2011.
In 2011, Campbell also wrote his first book, A Place I Didn’t Want to Go: My Victory Over Cancer, which chronicles his physical and mental struggles during cancer. Three years later, he wrote Glorified Sickness: Honoring God Through Illness.
Campbell’s latest book, Bullet Points: Absolute Essentials for Facing a Fallen World, is a collection of his life experiences and lessons learned based upon the Biblical passages of Romans 12:9-21. All of his publications are available for purchase through Amazon.com.
Campbell earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from the UAB School of Nursing in 1987 and 2001, respectively.
The UAB School of Nursing is ranked 13th in overall graduate programs, among the top five public schools of nursing in the country by U.S. News and World Report, and offers innovative bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs, including the state’s only PhD in Nursing degree and a DNP degree offering BSN, MSN and Nurse Anesthesia Pathways; more than 10 specialty nurse practitioner tracks, advanced nursing executive majors in administration and informatics, and an Accelerated Master's in Nursing Pathway (AMNP) for students who already have one degree.