Dr. Camille Brockett-Walker is an Assistant Professor, clinical track, and has served as adjunct clinical faculty in the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing since 2010. She joined the School of Nursing as a full-time Senior Clinical Instructor in September 2018. She received her undergraduate nursing degree from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA in 2006. She went on to receive a Master of Science degree from Emory University in 2007, specializing as a Family and Emergency Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Brockett-Walker furthered her graduate education, going on to complete a post master's certificate in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care as well as her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Mercer University in 2018.
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Brockett-Walker’s educational focus is providing clinical instruction in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Her primary teaching responsibility will be in the Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) program. Dr. Brockett-Walker’s teaching philosophy is student centered and scholarly driven. Her goal is to help students achieve academic growth and success and assist them as they assimilate into the role of APRN and RN.
Dr. Brockett-Walker’s primary research interest is the development of Transition to Practice Programs, specifically for novice nurse practitioners transitioning into the acute care setting. Brockett-Walker uses formal mentorship as a tool to help ease transition to practice in efforts to increase retention, recruitment, professional support, and empowerment during the transition phase.