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Megan Campbell

Megan CampbellMegan Campbell, BSc, MSc 
Research Analyst

Megan graduated with a BSc in Bio-Medical Science and a minor in Molecular Biology and Genetics from the University of Guelph. Her passion for learning led her to begin her Master of Science in Epidemiology at the University of Guelph. Under the supervision of Dr. Andria Jones-Bitton, Megan qualitatively explored veterinarians’ occupational stressors and the impact of their mental health on their care. 

Her graduate research prompted her to gain a deeper understanding of mental health on a larger scale. During the midst of the pandemic, Megan became a volunteer crisis responder for Kid’s Help Phone. This difficult but rewarding experience drove Megan to pursue mental health research positions. She successfully became a research analyst at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in the early Spring of 2023. Megan is currently working with Linda Adams, Dr. Bernard Le Foll, and other Waypoint and CAMH staff members. This collaborative project aims to explore how COVID-19 impacted a vulnerable populationOutside of work, Megan loves to keep moving, and enjoys swimming and biking. She is also an avid reader and pet lover. 

occupational stressors, mental health advocacy, crisis responder.

Research Interests

Health promotion; policy development; quantitative analysis. 



Campbell, M, Hagen BL, Gohar B, Wichtel J, and Jones-Bitton, A. (2023) A qualitative study exploring the perceived effects of veterinarians' mental health on provision of care. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 10, p. 1-9,  

Campbell M. An in-depth exploration into the occupational stressors impacting veterinarians’ mental health and the perceived impacts of mental health on veterinarians’ provision of care (Academic thesis). (2022). University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada. p. 1–164, 2022. Available online at: 


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