Dr James Campbell is a clinical neuropsychologist with extensive experience in the field of brain impairment and its effect on cognition, behavior and mental health. He has worked in statewide specialist acquired brain injury services and was the senior clinical neuropsychologist on the acute inpatient wards at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. His private practice has focused on the impact of acquired brain impairment on an individuals capacity to make reasoned and informed decisions. His past research has focused on brain impairment but more recently, he has become involved in large-scale hospital improvement capability. He currently services on the council of a Melbourne mental health support organization and is a past treasurer of the Victorian College of Clinical Neuropsychologists committee. Dr. Campbell is registered with the Australian Health Practioners Regulation Agency with endorsement in clinical neuropsychology. He is a registered supervisor.