Allison Campbell is an Associate Professor of Teaching. She completed her Master of Arts (Sociology) at Simon Fraser University in 2004, where she studied the treatment of women classified as maximum security, in Canada’s federal prison system. She completed her BMW at UBC in 2006, and has been practicing in Vancouver since then. She has been teaching in the Midwifery Program since 2012, and became fully appointed in 2015. Allison is currently the Undergraduate Program Lead. Allison’s main research and curricular interests are in midwifery and social justice, with regards to both care provision and midwifery education. She is a queer, single parent, a quilter and a lover of homegrown tomatoes, among many other things.
Health care and social justice, prison health care, maternity care provision to marginalized populations, qualitative research methods, institutional ethnography.
A. Campbell and L. Page (2018). Chapter 1: Midwife as Practitioner, in Comprehensive Midwifery: The Role of the Midwife in Health Care Practice, Education, and Research, Part 1. Beth Murray-Davis et. al, eds. Available online at https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/cmroleofmidwifery/
Hodgson, Z., Latka, P., Fulford, R. and Campbell, A. (2017). The Use of Poke Root in the Treatment of Lactational Mastitis: Practice Patterns among Midwives in British Columbia. CJMRP, 16 (3), 8-16. (CA)
A. Coyle, A. Campbell, and R. Neufeld, eds. 2003. Capitalist Punishment: Prison Privatization and Human Rights (NY: Human Rights Internet; Clarity Press).