Congratulations Dr. Grace Campbell on being Named a 2022 Betty Irene Moore Fellow

Assistant Professor Grace Campbell, PhD, MSW, BSN, RN, CNL, CRRN, FARN, has been accepted as one of 12 nurse scientists into the third cohort of the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators.

This fellowship program, funded by a $37.5 million grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, recognizes early- to mid-career nursing scholars and innovators with a high potential to accelerate leadership in nursing research, practice, education, policy and entrepreneurship. As part of the three-year fellowship program, Dr. Campbell will receive $450,000 to conduct an innovative project or study with the potential to address a gap in knowledge, meet a vital need, alter care delivery or design a new solution to advance health.

The ultimate goal of Dr. Campbell 's project program of research is to implement tailored rehabilitation as the standard of care for every individual with cancer early in the survivorship trajectory, so that long term cancer- and treatment-related functional limitations and disabilities can be minimized or eliminated. The proposed project includes GYN cancer patients as a ‘proof of concept' model, from which future work in other cancers can develop.

Read the official announcement online and visit online here to meet the cohort. 

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