Teri Campbell, BSN, RN
Teri Campbell has over 20 years of obstetric, emergency, and flight nursing experience. Teri began her critical care career in High Risk Labor and Delivery. For over 10 years, she was a clinical educator and maternal transport team nurse caring for normal healthy pregnancies and critically ill maternal and fetal patients. Since leaving obstetrics, Teri has been a rotor and fixed wing flight nurse. She has the varied experiences of flying trauma patients from the scenes of highways and cornfields to managing critically ill patients while flying hours over oceans to get them home or to the tertiary care that they need.
Teri is an instructor in numerous critical care classes including BLS, NRP, PALS, ACLS, PHTLS, TNCC, TNATC, CATN and EN CARE. She has also authored critical care articles for the Journal of Emergency Nursing and has written Obstetric and Pediatric chapters in numerous critical care text books.
She has presented at numerous national conferences including the Air Medical Transport Conference and the Emergency Nurses Association and has provided emergency/transport OB education for numerous flight programs across the country. Presentation topics vary from adult trauma, adult critical care, pediatrics, pediatric critical care, transport, neonatal and obstetrics. In addition, Teri assists law firms by providing expert review and testimony related to nursing standards of care.