Areas of Expertise: Cancer Survivorship/Cancer Rehabilitation, Lymphedema, and Cognition
Manager of the Occupational Therapy Department at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Location: New York, NY
Campbell has been practicing occupational therapy for 15 years. She began working at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in 2001 and has specialized in oncology since then. She is currently the manager of the occupational therapy department, where she supervises a staff of 17 occupational therapy practitioners in acute care and outpatient settings. She has clinical experience working with adults in inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, and outpatient rehabilitation settings, and she has a particular interest in cancer rehabilitation. In 2003 she received specialty certification in lymphedema therapy from the Norton School of Lymphedema Therapy.
Campbell has lectured in New York State on topics related to oncology, such as optimizing cognitive function for patients with brain tumors, exercise prescriptions for clients with lymphedema, and the role of occupational therapy in palliative care. She is the editor for AOTA's Physical Disabilities Special Interest Section Quarterly. She co-authored an AOTA fact sheet on the role of occupational therapy in palliative care and an AOTA CEonCD® titled Occupational Therapy's Unique Contributions to Cancer Rehabilitation.
Campbell received her bachelor's degree in occupational therapy from the University of New Hampshire and completed her post-professional master's degree through Quinnipiac University’s online program in 2011.