Maureen Campesino, PhD, RN, PsyNPC

Assistant Professor, Arizona State University 

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Phone Number: 
(520) 318-0286
Research Information
Research Program: 
4. Cancer Prevention and Control
Member Status: 
Associate Member
Year of Membership Acceptance: 
2005
Institution: 
Arizona State University (ASU)
Summary of Research Activity: 

Spirituality in health and illness, traumatic bereavement, breast cancer survivorship, health disparities, mixed methods designs and instrumentation. Populations of interest: primarily Latinos and African Americans.

Selected Publications: 
  • Campesino, M. & Koithan, M. (2010). Complementary therapy use among racial/ethnic groups. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 6(8): 647-648.
  • Campesino, M., Ruiz, E. & Uriri Glover, J., & Koithan, M. (2009). Counter-narratives of Mexican-origin women with breast cancer. Advances in Nursing Science, 32(2), E-57-E67.
  • Campesino, M., Belyea, M., & Schwartz, GE. (2009). Spirituality and cultural identification among Latino and non-Latino college students. Hispanic Healthcare International, 7(2), 72-79.
  • Campesino, M. (2009). Exploring perceptions of cancer care delivery among elderly Mexican Americans. Oncology Nursing Forum, 36(4), 413-420.
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Professional Information
Honors: 
  • National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, Selected fellow in the inaugural NIH course "Health Disparities: Integrating Principles of Science, Practice and Policy in Health Disparities," 2010
  • Certificate of Merit for outstanding research abstract, 5th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference, National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society & Centers for Disease Control, 2010
  • Outstanding Nurse Researcher Award, College of Nursing & Health Innovation, ASU, 2008
  • Outstanding Nurse Leader in Education Award, Global Caring Nurses Foundation, 2007
  • Mentors in Nursing Hall of Fame, Global Caring Nurses Foundation, 2007