Dr. Irina McKeehan Campbell

Dr. Irina McKeehan Campbell
Professor, Department of Community Health, School of Health and Human Services, National University, San Diego, USA
 
Biography
Dr. Irina McKeehan Campbell is Professor of Community Health at National University, La Jolla, CA. She completed a Doctorate in Social Medicine at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in NYC, as well as a M.P.H. in Health Policy and Management. She holds a Certificate from Harvard University in Geocoding of Health Disparities. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Global Health, and spent nearly 2 years teaching evidence-based public health in Kazakhstan, Central Asia between 2006-2008. Dr. Campbell evaluated the United Nations UNICEF country level Youth Friendly Services program. She provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Health, delivered capacity-building workshops with USAID for Post-Graduate Institute of Family Medicine. Dr. Campbell was Principal Investigator of a “Multilevel community health mapping” study and received a Ford Foundation grant to edit Social Science and Medicine, Health Crisis in Eastern Europe and Russia. She was also Director of Performance Improvement and Quality Care for national Hospitalist Corporation with sites in over 10 states, where she administered evaluation program of health care costs and outcomes.
 
Research Interest
Related quality of life outcomes, International community health surveys, Research methods and multilevel multivariate regression, Inequity and relative deprivation models.