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Lisa C. Campbell, Ph.D.


Lisa C. Campbell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Office: Rawl 210
Phone: 252-328-5519
Fax: 252-328-6283
E-mail: campbelll@ecu.edu

Mailing Address:

104 Rawl Building
Department of Psychology
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Education:

Ph.D., The University of Florida
M.S., The University of Florida
B.A., Yale University

Research Interests:

Dr.  Campbell is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and clinical researcher. Her research focuses on ethnic disparities in pain conditions and cancer outcomes, as well as developing culturally sensitive psychosocial and behavioral interventions to enhance post-treatment quality of life in African American prostate cancer survivors. Dr. Campbell’s research is funded by the National Cancer Institute and the Department of Defense Prostate Cancer Research Program.

Selected publications in peer refereed journals:

Green C.R. , Anderson K.O., Baker T.A., Campbell L.C., Decker S., Fillingim R.B., Kaloukalani, D.A.,Lasch K.E., Myers C.D., Tait R.C., Todd K.H. & Vallerand A.H.(2003). The unequal burden of pain: Confronting racial and ethnic disparities in pain. Pain Medicine, 4, 277-294.
 
Dominick, K.L., Bosworth, H. B., Dudley, T. K., Waters, S. J., Campbell, L. C. & Keefe, F. J.  (2004).  Patterns of Opioid Analgesic Prescription among Patients with Osteoarthritis. Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 18, 31-46.
 
Campbell, L. C., Keefe, F. J., McKee, D. C., Edwards, C. L., Herman, S. H., Johnson, L.E., Colvin, O. M., McBride, C. M., & Donatucci, C. (2004) Prostate Cancer in African Americans:  Relationship of patient and partner self-efficacy to quality of life. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management: Including Palliative Care, 28, 433-444. 
 
Campbell, L. C., Keefe, F. J., Scipio, C.,  McKee, D. C., Edwards, C. L., Herman, S. H., Johnson, L.E., Colvin, O. M., McBride, C. M., & Donatucci, C. (2007). Facilitating Research Participation and Improving Quality of Life for African American Prostate Cancer Survivors and Their Intimate Partners: A Pilot Study of Telephone-Based Coping Skills Training. Cancer, Supp: 414-424.