Sarah Campbell, PhD

My research broadly seeks to understand the ways in which our social and romantic relationships intersect with physical and mental health. Additionally, I work in treatment development and evaluation with the aim of improving and harnessing social relationships to increase physical and mental wellbeing. I was recently funded by a 5-year Career Development Award through VA HSR&D. This award aims to both improve clinicians’ measurement of social relationships in the context of mental health care and modify and test brief, Primary Care-based interventions for PTSD and social support. In this line of research, I am PI of an HSR&D and VAPS R&D-funded nationwide survey of veterans both with and without PTSD that seeks to collect psychometric and acceptability data on social support instruments for future use in measurement-based care. I am also collaborating with colleagues in HSR&D to develop and test a dyadic intervention for improving health behavior. I am lucky to provide clinical care as a staff psychologist in the PTSD Outpatient Clinic at VA Puget Sound, where I deliver individual, group, and couples treatments for PTSD and provide psychoeducation on trauma and related conditions to loved ones of veterans with PTSD.

Education

PhD, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Post-baccalaureate respecialization in psychology, Columbia University, New York, NY
AB, Brown University, Providence, RI

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

An examination of questioning methods and the influence of child maltreatment on paediatric pain assessments: Perspectives of healthcare providers.
(2023 Dec 7)
J Eval Clin Pract
Baker M, Campbell S, Patel K, McWilliams K, Williams S

Minimal important difference metrics and test-retest reliability of the PTSD Checklist for DSM-5 with a primary care sample.
(2023 Dec)
J Trauma Stress 36(6): 1102-1114
Blanchard BE, Johnson M, Campbell SB, Reed DE 2nd, Chen S, Heagerty PJ, Marx BP, Kaysen D, Fortney JC

CYP450 Genetic Polymorphisms: Generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizure after Intentional Fluoxetine and Melatonin Overdose.
(2023 Jul)
S D Med 76(7): 305-308
Campbell S, Otten H, Anand V

'I can see what's going on without being nosey…': What matters to people living with dementia about home as revealed through visual home tours.
(2023 Sep)
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 38(9): e5999
Campbell S, Clark A, Keady J, Manji K, Odzakovic E, Rummery K, Ward R

Clinical features and outcomes of hospitalised patients with COVID-19 and Parkinsonian disorders: A multicentre UK-based study.
(2023)
PLoS One 18(7): e0285349
Sorrell L, Leta V, Barnett A, Stevens K, King A, Inches J, Kobylecki C, Walker R, Chaudhuri KR, Martin H, Rideout J, Sneyd JR, Campbell S, Carroll C, COVID-19 PD UK study team

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