Dr. Suzanne Hetzel Campbell [Ph.D. University of Rhode Island, 1996, MSN/BSN University of Connecticut 1986/1983, RN-(US & Canada), IBCLC, WHNP, Connecticut, USA, CCSNE] is Associate Professor (present) and previous Director of the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia (2012-2017), Vancouver, Canada. At the school, she is International Liaison and serves on the International Nursing Association for Clinical and Simulation Learning (INACSL) Board of Directors as Vice President of International Affairs. Her program of research focuses on the use of innovative teaching methods to transform interprofessional health student learning and clinical practice by incorporating technical and non-technical skills such as communication, therapeutic relationship, leadership and team-building in her simulation research. With clinical expertise in obstetrics, lactation, and women's health, her blended program of scholarly activity includes areas of significant impact for nursing and the health care profession globally in both lactation and simulation, specifically around the provision of intimate care during pregnancy, delivery, and lactation. She has targeted practicing clinicians and political advocacy in the area of lactation for the advancement of breastfeeding promotion and been involved in the development of an international curriculum for lactation culminating in co-editing of Interdisciplinary Lactation Care (2018). She advances the pedagogical work of simulation to enhance nursing and health care program delivery and the evaluation and assessment of student and practitioner learning and mastery of competencies grounded in evidence-based clinical practice. Editor and author of award winning texts in simulation and lactation, articles in nursing, education, lactation, and innovative teaching, she enjoys leading workshops for faculty and graduate students in these areas.