Dr. Campbell has been a member of the College of Allied Health Sciences since 2007. Dr. Campbell enjoys designing instruction that facilitates student learning, and examining the impact that health information technology has on the cognitive processes of the health care professional.
The impact of technology on the cognitive processes of health care professionals.
Change Management, Instructional Design, and Health Information Technology.
Campbell, R. J. (Volume 84, Issue 11, 2013). Step inside the physician’s head. EHRs can enhance a physician’s cognitive processing and eliminate diagnostic errors, with some HIM led changes. Journal of the American Health Information Management Association.
Campbell, R. J. (Volume 84, Issue 10, 2013). The Five Rights of Clinical Decision Support: CDS Tools Helpful for Meeting Meaningful Use. Journal of the American Health Information Management Association.
Campbell, R. J. (Volume 84, Issue 2, 2013). Defining Health Informatics. Journal of American Health Information Management Association.
Campbell, R. J. (2015, July). Teaching HL7 2.x and Clinical Document Architecture Skills to Students in a Health Data Structures Course. Presented at the 2015 Assembly on Education Symposium/Faculty Development Institute. Austin, Texas.
Campbell, R.J. The Electronic Health Record and the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counselor. In The Professional Counselor’s Desk Reference. Irmo Marini and Mark Stebnicki. Springer Publishing Company. 2015.
Velde, B. and Campbell, R.J. (2011). The Jean Mills Health Symposium. Grant was funded by the Pitt Memorial Hospital Foundation Community Benefits and Health Initiatives Grant. Amount Funded: $5,500.
Sasnett, B. & Campbell, R. J. (2010). Health Professional Education: Venue for Collaboration and Community Service. Funded by the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Amount: $12, 500.