Dr. Douglas Campbell is currently the Director of NICU and the Deputy Chief of Pediatrics at St. Michael’s Hospital, a busy inner city level IIc NICU in downtown Toronto. He is also the Medical Director of the Allan Waters Family Simulation Center at St. Michael’s Hospital and an Associate Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute. He is cross-appointed at the Hospital for Sick Children, where he works as a Staff Neonatologist. Dr. Campbell’s academic rank at the University of Toronto is that of an Associate Professor within the Department of Pediatrics.
His two main areas of interest are clinical neonatology (nutrition and ventilation) and the use of simulation for neonatal resuscitation team-training. Dr. Campbell’s clinical neonatal experience and simulation background has formed a large part of his academic career as an educator, administrator and researcher. He has received simulation training at Stanford University at the Center for Advanced Perinatal Education (CAPE) and is the current simulation co-lead, at the University of Toronto’s Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.
Dr. Campbell is a past member of the Canadian Paediatric Society National Resuscitation Program (NRP) Executive Committee and past Chair of the NRP Research Committee. International recognition for my work in simulation has included election to the Board of Directors of the International Paediatric Simulation Society (IPSS).
Clinical neonatology (nutrition and ventilation) and the use of simulation for neonatal resuscitation