AACN to honor Detroit nurse with Flame of Excellence Award The American Association of Critical-Treatment Nurses will show the Flame of Excellence Award to Margaret L. ‘Meg’ Campbell, Ph ed treatment .D., RN, FAAN, a known expert in hospital-based palliative care and end-of-life issues nationally. Campbell has 40 years of nursing experience almost, with 28 years of administrative and clinical work in hospice and palliative care nursing. She acts as director of nursing analysis currently, Palliative Advanced and Care Practice Nursing at Detroit Getting Hospital, where she’s managed palliative care practice since 1988.
At Baylor, she leads multidisciplinary rounds, protocol development, quality improvement standards and initiatives of practice for critical care with particular focus on cardiac surgery and cardiology patients. Related StoriesMary Naylor called recipient of GSA's Doris Schwartz Gerontological Nursing Analysis AwardNew study can lead to effective treatment to prevent common chemotherapy side effects in malignancy patientsDenis Mukwege to be honored with 2016 Penn Nursing Renfield Basis Award for Global Females's HealthA respected expert national speaker and highly rated presenter in the AACN National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition, her chapters on cardiovascular care and attention come in ‘AACN Essentials of Critical Care Nursing’ and ‘AACN Essentials of Progressive Treatment Nursing.’ As a popular presenter of review classes, she has coached a large number of nurses to be specialty qualified in high acuity and critical care.