About Jill Campbell
Jill started her nursing career as a telemetry nurse at Abbott Northwestern Hospital from 2006 to 2010 where she gained practice in critical thinking and skills performing nursing interventions. In 2010, she transition to the role of a clinical research nurse at Children's Minnesota in the diabetes and endocrine clinic where she learned grant and proposal writing along with recruitment, screening, and subject data collection for research studies. In 2011, Jill graduated from St. Catherine University with her Master's Degree in Nursing Education. With her knowledge from the Nurse Educator Program, Jill became a pediatric diabetes educator at Children's Minnesota. She gained her certification in diabetes education as well as the lead role in the diabetes education department. In 2019, she began teaching at St. Catherine University in the College for Women, Bachelor's Degree Program. Jill specializes in pediatric education and maintains a casual status as a diabetes educator at Children's Minnesota.
|Present||Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University ‐ Nursing|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2017 - Present||Advisory Board Member for Type One Nation Summit, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation||2019||Refugee Mentor, International Institute of Minnesota||2012 - 2016||Board Member, Liberian Health Initiative||2010 - 2014||Tour de Cure Committee Member and Co-Chair, American Diabetes Association|
Honors and Awards
- Champions for Children Finalist 2019
|2009 - 2011||Master of Arts Nurse Educator, St. Catherine University ‐ Nursing|
|2002 - 2006||Bachelor of Science in Nursing, university of minnesota|
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