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Curriculum Vitae
Kendall Marvin Campbell
December 08, 2014

General Information
University address: Family Medicine & Rural Health
College of Medicine
COM -THRASHER BLDG. 1160A
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4300
Phone: 850-645-9828; Fax: 850-645-2859

E-mail address: kendall.campbell@med.fsu.edu


Web site: www.med.fsu.edu

Professional Preparation
2001 Doctor of Medicine, University Of Florida. Major: Medicine, General/GP.
1996 Bachelor of Science, Florida A&M University. Major: Chemistry.

Nondegree Education and Training
2013 Harvard Macy Institute Program for Leading Innovations in Health Care and Education.
2001–2004 Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Family Practice Residency Program.

Professional Credential(s)
2004–present Board Certified, American Board of Family Practice.
2011–2013 Medical License.

Professional Experience
2011–present Associate Professor, Family Medicine & Rural Health, Florida State University.
2010–2011 Primary Care Physician, Orlando VA Medical Center.
2007–2010 Eastside Community Practice, Medical Director (07-08) and Chief (08-10), Community Health and Family Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine.
2004–2010 Assistant Dean for Minority Affairs, University of Florida College of Medicine.
2004–2010 Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health and Family Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine.
2005 Physician, Malcolm Randall VA Medical Center, Gainesville, Florida.
2004 Physician, Patients First Urgent Care Center, Tallahassee, FL.
2002 Physician-Thagard Student Health, Thagard Student Health Center, Florida State University.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
The James C. Puffer, MD /American Board of Family Medicine Fellowship, Institute of Medicine (2014). ($25,000).

Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Service Award (2013).

Advancing the Mission of the College of Medicine, Faculty Council Award (2013).

Faculy Load Repayment Program Awardee (2011).

Nominated, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leader (2009).

Best Doctors recognition (2009).

East Gainesville Small Business of the Year, Eastside Community Practice, Gainesville, Florida (2009).

Exemplary Teacher Award (2007 - 2010), University of Florida College of Medicine (2007).

Essay Award Winner at the 2002 National Conference of Family Practice, American Academy of Family Physicians (2002).

Dean's Minority Scholarship, University of Florida College of Medicine (1997).



Fellowship(s)
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (2013).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Alachua County Medical Society, 7/2004 – 3/2010

Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, 8/2007-2009

Florida Academy of Family Physicians, 7/2004 – present

Florida Medical Association, 2/2008 - present

National Medical Association, 3/2006 – present

North American Primary Care Research Group, 2013-present

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 1/2006 – present

Teaching
Courses Taught
Chronic Care Longitudinal Clerkship

Doctoring 1

Doctoring 2

Directed Independent Study



Clinical Practice
Bond Community Health Center (Underserved Patient population) (2013)
Neighborhood Health Services-Provided primary care for uninsured patients at this safety net clinic from 3/2011 - 12/2012 (2012)

Supervision of Clinical Practice
Interim Medical Director Neighborhood Health Services - 8/2011 - 1/2012 (2012)

New Course Development
Bridge to Clinical Medicine Clinical Preceptorship (2014)

Curriculum Development
Curriculum Redesign Case Presentation Team Chair - responsible to leading the team to create case presentations for the new curriculum (2013)

Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Gotrace, P. (2013–present).
Vaughs, T. (2013–present).
Sebastiany, L. (2012–present).

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Campbell, K. M. (2011–2013). Assistant course director - Doctoring 202. Florida State University College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2009). Mentor for first year student, summer research fellowship-"Ambulatory Blood Pressure Differences". University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2008). Epilepsy Lecture, College of Pharmacy Pharmacotherapy course. University of Florida College of Pharmacy.
Campbell, K. M. (2008–2009). Independent Study for fourth year student – Mentor – "STD teaching tools for east Gainesville". University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2007–2010). Small Group Instructor, Professionalism Workshop, Family Medicine Clerkship. University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2006–2010). Hypertension Lecture I and II, Family Medicine Clerkship, University of Florida College of Medicine, 2006 - 2010.
Campbell, K. M. (2006–2007). Small Group Instructor, "Evaluating the Hypertensive Patient," Advanced Physical Diagnosis course. University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2005–2006). HIV Lecturer, Family Medicine Clerkship. University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2005–2010). Small Group Instructor, Interdisciplinary Family Health. University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2005–2007). Suwannee River AHEC Community Preceptor. University of Florida College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2004–2007). Preceptor, Family Practice Residency Program. University of Florida College of Medicine.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Campbell, K. M., & Rodriguez, J. E. (in press). Are medical students disinterested in careers serving the underserved or minority populations? Academic Medicine.
Anderson, M. A., Powerll, J., Campbell, K. M., & Taylor, J. R. (2014). Optimal management of type 2 diabetes in patients with increased risk of hypoglycemia. Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy, 85-94.
Campbell, K. M. (2014). Washing Feet and Clipping Toenails: The Servanthood of a Family Physician. Family Medicine, 46(3), 221-222.
Rodriguez, J. E., Campbell, K. M., Fogarty, J. P., & Williams, R. L. (2014). Underrepresented minority faculty in academic medicine: a systematic review of URM faculty development. Family Medicine, 46(2), 100-4.
Rodriguez, J. E., & Campbell, K. M. (2014). Minority faculty pay a higher proportion of their earnings to student debt. Academic Medicine, 89(3), 371-2.
Rodriguez, J. E., Campbell, K. M., & Kirksey, O. (2013). Improving diabetes care for minority, uninsured and underserved patients. Journal of immigrant and minority health, 4.
Campbell, K. M., & Rodriguez, J. E. (2013). Minority faculty face similar challenges as minority college students. Academic Medicine, 88(8), 1056-1057.
Taylor, J. R., & Campbell, K. M. (2013). Insulin analogs for the management of type 2 diabetes. American Journal of Health Systems Pharmacy, 70, 320-334.
Campbell, K. M. (2013). A letter to the editor: underrepresented minority faculty in academic medical centers. Journal of health care for the poor and underserved, viii-ix.
Campbell, K. M., & Rodriguez, J. E. (2013). Minority faculty face challenges similar to those of minority college students. Academic Medicine, 88(8), 1056-7.
Richert, A., Campbell, K., Rodriguez, J., Borowsky, I., Parikh, R., & Colwell, A. (2013). ACU Workforce Column: Expanding and supporting the healthcare workforce. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 1423-1431.
Rodriguez, J. E., & Campbell, K. M. (2013). Ways to guarantee minority faculty will quit academic medicine. Academic Medicine, 88(11), 1591.
Xuefeng, L., Liu, Y., Tsilimingras, D., & Campbell, K. M. (2013). Racial disparity in the associations of microalbuminuria and macroalbuminuria with odds of hypertension: results from the NHANES study in the united states. ISRN Hypertension, 1-8.
Campbell, K. M., & Solomon, R. (2012). They don't always do what they say and sometimes we don't either. Academic Medicine, 1646-7.
Kirksey, O., Rodriguez J E, & Campbell, K. M. (2012). Community-academic partnership to improve care for the uninsured. Family Medicine Supplement, 44, 44.
Campbell, K. M., Hayes, D., Wielgos, C., Theoktisto, K., & Taylor, J. (2011). Successful reorganization of an interdisciplinary underserved practice. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 22, 225-230.
Enfinger, F., & Campbell, K. M. (2009). Collaboration with pharmacy services in a family practice for the medically underserved. Pharmacy Practice, 7(4), 248-253.
Johnson, J., Gong, Y., Bailey, K., Cooper-DeHoff, R., Chapman, A., Turner, S., Schwartz, G., & Campbell, K et al. (2009). Combination antihypertensive therapy with hydrochlorothiazine and atenolol: effect of initiation order. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 86(5), 533-539.
Campbell, K. M. (2008). Substance abusing patients in the primary care setting: They deserve treatment too. Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice, 2(3), 1-5.
Campbell, K. M., & Taylor, J. R. (2008). Using Sulfonylureas in patients with renal insufficiency. Practical Diabetology, 27(4), 21-24.
Taylor, J. R., & Campbell, K. M. (2007). Diabetes drug update: 4 new options and how they stack up. J Fam Pract, 56(3), 207-215.
Taylor, J. R., & Campbell, K. M. (2007). Home Monitoring of Glucose and Blood Pressure. American Family Physician, 76, 255-60,261-262.
Taylor, J. R., Vazquez, C. M., & Campbell, K. M. (2006). Pharmacologic management of chronic insomnia. South Med J, 99(12), 1373-7.

Refereed Books
Merlo, L. J., Omli, M. R., Campbell, K. M., Gold, M., & Campbell, K. M. (2010). Pharmacological Therapeutics for Relapse Reduction in Addictive Diseases. Copyright 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Invited Book Chapters
Campbell, K. M. (2009). An African-American Healthcare Experience: An Academic Medical Center and its Interdisciplinary Practice. In S. Y. Evans, C. M. Taylor, M. R. Dunlap, & D. S. Miller (Eds.), African Americans and Community Engagement in Higher Education. Suny Press Publishing.

Refereed Book Chapters
Campbell, K. M., & Hatch, R. (2007). Scrotal Mass. In Harrison, J., Paulman, A., & Paulman, P. (Eds.), Taylor's 10-minute Diagnosis Manual. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Campbell, K. M. (2009). Training students to recognize and address health disparities. Florida Family Physician, 58, 28-29.
Cotter, S. J., Campbell, K. M., & Curry, R. W. (2009). The University of Florida's Commitment to Recruit Family Physicians. Florida Family Physician, 57, 26-27.

Presentations
Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2007, August). New Physicians Tell Their Stories. Plenary presentation at Family Medicine Residents and Students National Conference, American Academy of Family Physicians, Kansas City, Missouri. (National)
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2006, October). Medical School Education. Keynote presentation at Premed AMSA Minority Premedical Forum, Premed AMSA, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2005, April). Education is the Passport to the Future. Keynote presentation at Les Jolie Dames Club Annual Scholarship Banquet, Les Jolie Dames Club, Chipley, Florida. (Local)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2007, September). Maintaining Balance. Presentation at AAMC Minority Faculty Career Development Seminar, AAMC, Coconut Grove, Florida. (National)
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2005, November). Kidney Disease and Hypertension. Presentation at Greater Gainesville Black Nurses Association's 6th Annual Conference, Gainesville Black Nurses Association, Jacksonville, Florida. (Regional)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Johnson, L., Campbell, K. M., & Rodriguez, J. E. (accepted). Developing a mentoring program for underrepresented minority faculty at a community based medical school. Presentation to be given at 47th Annual STFM Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. (National)
Campbell, K. M., Vaughns, T., & Nowakowski, A. (presented 2014, February). The Effectiveness of Moving Animation in Medical Education. Presentation at 40th Anniversary Medical Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. (National)
Anderson, T. B., Campbell, K. M., Wang, A., & Dormeus, G. (presented 2013, May). Improving Minority Students' Acceptance to Medical School: USSTRIDE vs non-USSTRIDE. Presentation at 9th Annual AAMC Physician Workforce Research Conference, AAMC. (National)
Brown, J., Saunders, C., & Campbell, K. M. (presented 2012, December). Black infant mortality in the state of Florida: the role of the primary care physician in eliminating the persistent disparity. Poster presentation at 40th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group, NAPCRG. (International)
Rodriguez J E, Kirksey, O., & Campbell, K. M. (presented 2012, April). Community-academic partnership to improve care for the uninsured. Presentation at 45th Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. (National)
Rodriguez, J. E., Kirksey, O., & Campbell, K. M. (presented 2012). Pharmacy directed diabetes disease management improves therapeutic outcomes. Presentation at Scientific Assembly, National Medical Association. (National)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Enfinger, F., & Campbell, K. M. (presented 2009, April). Patient and provider benefits of collaboration with pharmacy services in the family practice setting. Poster presentation at Third Annual Health Disparities Conference, Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities, New Orleans, LA. (National)
Hatch, R., Campbell, K. M., & Rubin, D. (presented 2009, January). Mastering a complex task: Medical student remediation by family practice physicians. Presentation at 35th Annual Predoctoral Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Savannah, GA. (National)
Quillen, D., Campbell, K. M., & Montgomery L. (presented 2008, May). Boundary Crossing: Sexual, Racial, Intentional, Accidental or Social, Teaching. Presentation at 41st Annual Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Campbell, K. M. (presented 2007, January). Teaching First Year Students to Provide Group Diabetic Teaching. Presentation at 33rd Annual Predoctoral Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Memphis, Tennessee. (National)
Hatch, R., Campbell, K. M., Gravlee, J., & Stine, C. (presented 2007, January). Providing Effective Preceptorship Experiences for Pre-clinical Students. Presentation at 33rd Annual Predoctoral Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Memphis, Tennessee. (National)
Co presenter - Campbell, K. M. (presented 2006, February). Students Guiding the Creation of Learning: An evolving, Student Led Racism Curriculum. Presentation at 32nd Annual Predoctoral Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Charleston, South Carolina. (National)

Invited Workshops
Campbell, K. (2014, September). Hearing from God concerning Specialty Choice. Workshop delivered at Christian Medical Association, Florida State University College of Medicine. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2014, February). Margin/Mission: Mission creep in academic medical centers. Workshop delivered at Student National Medical Association. (Local)
Campbell, K. M., & Turner, G. (2013). Building on what students learn in years 1 and 2. Workshop delivered at Ft Pierce and Sarasota Regional Campuses - FSUCOM. (Regional)
Campbell, K. M. (2012). Exertional Sickling in Athletes with Sickle Cell Trait. Workshop delivered at Capital City Sports Summit. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2012). Third Annual Colon Cancer lunch and learn. Workshop delivered at Jackson County Health Department. (Local)

Nonrefereed Workshops
Campbell, K., & South-Paul, J. (2014, November). Establishing Long Distance Mentoring Relationships. Workshop delivered at Center for Underrepresented Minorities in Academic Medicine, Florida State University College of Medicine. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Campbell, K. M. (2009, August). Men's Health. Delivered at Springhill Baptist Church, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2008, February). Heart Failure. Delivered at Mt Carmel Baptist Church, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, December). Diabetes and Hypertension. Delivered at Faith Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, December). How to Effectively Market Yourself to Medical Schools. Delivered at University of Florida Premed AMSA. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, November). Nutrition. Delivered at Rawlings Elementary School, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, October). Asthma and Allergies. Delivered at Friendship Baptist Church, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, October). Caring for the Underserved. Delivered at University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2007, August). Prostate Awareness. Delivered at Gainesville District Nurses Guild, Gainesville, Florida. (Local)
Campbell, K. M. (2006, January). Advocating for minorities. Delivered at American Medical Association-Medical Student Section Regional IV Annual Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida. (Regional)
Campbell, K. M. (2005, April). Tips for the Personal Statement. Delivered at 2nd Annual South Florida Premedical School Conference and Health Fair, Miami, Florida. (Regional)
Campbell, K. M. (2005, April). Tips for the Personal Statement. Delivered at 1st Annual South Florida Premedical School Conference and Health Fair, Miami, Florida. (Regional)

Master Classes
Campbell, K. (2014, October). Research and Perspective. Master class delivered at Bridge to Clinical Medicine Master's Degree Program, Bridge Learning Center. (Local)

Clinics
Campbell, K. (2014, August). 100% Meaningful Use Criteria Benchmark Recognition. Clinic delivered at Bond Community Health Center, 1720 S Gadsden Ave. Tallahassee, Fl. (Local)

Original Creative Works
Poems in Magazines
Campbell, K. M. (2013). A New Me. HEAL: Humanism Evolving through Arts and Literature.
Campbell, K. M. (2012). How many times must we go 'round this tree. HEAL: Humanism Evolving Through Arts and Literature.

Image Published on a Web Site
Campbell, K. M., Chapman, J., & Vaughns, T. (2013). Insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes [Moving Animation]. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1vhMm0IBeA.
Campbell, K. M., & Chapman, J. (2012). Percutaneous Coronary Intervention [Moving Animation]. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I45kJJoCa6s.
Campbell, K. M., & Chapman, J. (2012). Sickle Cell Trait-Exertional Sickling in Athletes [Moving Animation]. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIkq1ZePjEk.

Invited Viewing of Creative Work
Campbell, K. M. (2013). The American Diabetes Association requested use of the diabetes animation as a teaching tool at their 28th annual conference on diabetes. American Diabetes Association.

Manuscript review
Campbell, K. M. (2012). Peer reviewed a manuscript for publication in the Journal of health care for the poor and underserved.

Principal Investigator
Campbell, K. M., & Gotrace, P. (2013). Do perceptions of causes of hypertension among minorities affect adherence to non-pharmacologic treatment?
Campbell, K. M., & Vaughns, T. (2013). Is moving animation a useful teaching tool in medical education?
Campbell, K. M., Solomon, R., Brown, S., & Sebastiany, L. (2012). Does providing blood pressure cuffs improve blood pressure assessment among underserved patients?
Johnson, J., Gong, Y., Bailey, K., Cooper-DeHoff, R., Chapman, A., Turner, S., Schwartz, G., & and Campbell, K. M. et al. (2008–2010). Co-Investigator, "Pharmacogenetic Evaluation of Antihypertensive Response (PEAR) R99 Grant. University of Florida College of Medicine.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, University College of Diversity and Inclusion (2013–present).

FSU College Service
Member, Bridge to Clinical Medicine Admissions Committee (2013–present).
1st year, 2nd year and Bridge student advisor, Advisor (2013–present).
Co-director, Center for Underrepresented Minorities in Academic Medicine (2013–present).
Member, Council on Diversity and Inclusion (2011–present).
Case Presentation Curriculum Redesign Presenter, All Clerkship Directors Meeting (2013).
Panel participant, Care for the Underserved Week (2013).
Speaker-Presented a 4 part series on Hearing from God, Christian Medical Association (2013).
Speaker, SSTRIDE Summer Institute (2012).
Member, Medicine and Behavior Review Subcommittee (2012).
Speaker, Family Medicine Interest Group (2012).
Faculty instructor, Blountstown Pre-School Health Fair (2012).
Speaker, AHEC Health Careers Summer Camp (2012).
Speaker, Family Medicine Interest Group (2012).
Speaker, Family Medicine Interest Group (2012).

FSU Institute or Center Service
Co-Director, Center for Underrepresented Minorities in Academic Medicine (2013–present).

FSU Program Service
Member and Co-chairperson, TMH Family Medicine Residency Admissions Committee (2002–2004).
Student Member, PIMS Selection Committee (1997).

Service to Other Universities
Volunteer Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Education, University of Central Florida (2010–present).
Presenter, Biology Professional Development Series, Biology Department, Florida A&M University (2013–2014).
Speaker-Medical School Forum, Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy (2012).
Reviewer of Disability Claims for University Financial Services, University of Florida (2009–2010).
Health Science Student Conduct Standards Committee, University of Florida (2008–2010).
Executive Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine (2007–2010).
Steering Committee Chair, University of Florida College of Medicine (2006–2010).
The Degree Seekers Outreach Program, Office of Minority Affairs, Founder, University of Florida College of Medicine (2006–2010).
Academic Status Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine (2004–2010).
Financial Aid Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine (2004–2010).
Advisor, Student National Medical Association, University of Florida College of Medicine (2004–2010).
Member, Equity and Diversity Advisory Board, Health Science Center, University of Florida, College of Medicine (2007–2009).
Advisor, Minority Association for Pre-Health Students (MAPS), University of Florida College of Medicine (2004–2009).
Dean's Lecture Series host for Garth Graham, MD, MPH, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health, US Dept. of Health and Human Services, University of Florida, College of Medicine (2008).
Admissions Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine (2004–2008).
Participant-LCME Accreditation Site visit, University of Florida College of Medicine (2007).
Nominated, Health Science Center Student Conduct Standards Committee, University of Florida, College of Medicine (2007).
College of Medicine Dean Search Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine (2006–2007).
Mentor, Minority Mentoring Program, University of Florida (2004–2005).
3rd Year Medical Student Orientation, student co-coordinator, University of Florida College of Medicine (2001).

The Community
Minister of Music and Worship Leader, Head of music department, Life Eternal Ministries (2011–present).
Speaker, This program has a goal of engaging youth ages 11 -18 in promoting and improving health and wellness in their family members and peers - Dr. Penny Ralston, Youth Health Leadership Program (2013).
Invited speaker, Community leader invited to read to the kids during their celebration of Dr. Seuss, Governors Charter Academy (2013).
Speaker, Take a loved one to the doctor day, Lincoln Neighborhood Center (2012).
Speaker and healthfair participant, Neighborhood Health Services (2012).
Minister of Music and Youth Minister, Kingdom Life Ministries, Inc. Gainesville, Florida (2010–2011).
Minister of Music and Youth Director, Oasis of Love Ministries, Inc. Gainesville, Florida (2009–2010).
Volunteer, Eastside Community Practice Health Fair, Friendship Baptist Church, Gainesville, Florida (2009).
Volunteer, Health Table "Rawlings Elementary School Fair" (2009).
Mentor, Rawlings Elementary School 4th graders, Gainesville, Florida (2008–2009).
Organist/Choir Director, Oasis of Love Ministries, Inc. Gainesville, Florida (2005–2009).
Organist/Choir Director, St. Luke AME Church, Arredondo, Florida (2004–2005).

Consultation
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. Reviewer for Journals (2006–present).
Journal of the National Medical Association. Reviewer for Journals (2007–2013).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Campbell, K. M. (2011). Bridge LC faculty advisor. FSU College of Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2011–2014). Faculty Advisor. Family Medicine Interest Group.
Campbell, K. M. (2009–2010). Steering Committee Member, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Group on Medical Student Education. Society of Teacher of Family Medicine.
Campbell, K. M. (2004–2008). Community Educator for Eastside Lecture Series, Eastside Community Practice. University of Florida College of Medicine.

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