Rachelle Campbell, APRN, MS, FNP-C
Assistant Clinical Professor

Rachelle Campbell joined Texas Woman’s University in 2008 after graduating with her master’s degree from TWU. She has taught in both the undergraduate and graduate level nursing courses. Prior to TWU, she taught at Collin College in McKinney. She holds an A.A.S. in Nursing, a B.S. in Nursing, M.S. in Nursing, and is completing her doctorate in Nursing. Professor Campbell is also a family nurse practitioner with a vast amount of experience. She has been a community leader, in addition to an entrepreneur, and continues to bring her enthusiasm to impact the lives of students.

Education:

  • M.S.N., Texas Woman’s University, 2005
  • B.S.N., University of Texas at Arlington, 2002
  • A.A.S., El Centro, 2001

Research Interests:

The impact of patient education on chronic disease prevention.

Professional Affiliations:

  • AANP
  • TNP
  • STTI