Dr. Campbell-Law is a Professor at University of St. Thomas, Peavy School of Nursing. She earned a Bachelor's degree at Houston Baptist University in Houston, Texas; a Master of Science from University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, and a Doctorate from Texas Woman’s University, Houston, Texas. She joined the UST, PSON faculty in 2013 after nearly twenty-three years on the faculty at Houston Baptist University.
Her commitment to teaching excellence is evident by students’ acknowledgment of her ability to motivate and inspire. She was also nominated for the Piper Award and the Opal Goolsby Award. Both awards represent the two highest honors bestowed upon a faculty member.
Dr. Lucindra Campbell-Law’s area of research includes psychiatric disorders and dual diagnoses (bipolar disorder, major depression and substance abuse) and is a much sought after expert on topics dealing with mental illnesses among underserved populations. She has a proven record of publications and presentations on these topics. Her practice focuses on screening and detection of post-traumatic stress disorders and traumatic brain injuries in specific populations. Dr. Campbell-Law has received numerous awards for her contributions to the profession.
Bachelor of Science - Nursing - Houston Baptist University
Master of Science - Mental Health Nurse Pract. - The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Doctor of Philosophy - Nursing Science - Texas Woman's University
"Partnering with faith-based organizations to provide international undergraduate nursing clinical experiences through mission trips." (2018) 47th Global Nursing Conference
"Future Nurse Leaders: Prepared To Lead Holistically at a Faith-Based University" (2017) International Nursing Administration Research Conference
"Spiritual Traditions and Ethnic Legacies:Spiraling Upward for Higher Health" (2016) The Shalom Series
"Diversity and Global Learning" (2016) UST 2016 Fall Faculty Study Day Post Haiti Mission Trip Presentation
"Future Nurse Leaders: Prepared To Lead Holistically at a Faith-Based University" (2015) STTI Research Congress
"Future Nurse Leaders: Prepared To Lead Holistically at a Faith-Based University" (2014) International Council of Universities of St. Thomas Aquinas (ICUSTA)
"New Developments in the Psychopharmacological Management of Suicidal Behavior" (2014) Houston Baptist University
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