Member Profile

Jeanne Sewell

Jeanne Sewell


Jeanne Sewell is an author of materials Jeanne Sewell is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau Jeanne Sewell is a Peer Reviewer
Jeanne Sewell is Volunteer of the Year Jeanne Sewell has received the MERLOT House Cup Award



Materials from Jeanne’s discipline
Members in Jeanne’s discipline

Virtual Speakers Bureau

Skills & Interests


  • American Nursing Informatics Association
    Member 08/2013 – Current
  • American Medical Informatics Association
    Member 10/2007 – Current
  • American Nurses Association
    Member 08/1992 – Current

Education History

  • Post- Masters Nursing Informatics (05/1997)
    Duke University
  • MSN Nursing Administration & Minor Med-Surg Nursing (05/1983)
    University of Maryland
  • BSN Nursing (05/1974)
    Medical College of Georgia


  • Thede, L.Q. & Sewell, J.. (2009 (In Print)). Informatics and Nursing: Opportunities & Challenges. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.
  • Sewell, J.P., Culpa-Bondal, F., & Colvin, M.. (2008). Nursing program assessment and evaluation: Evidence-based decision making improves outcomes in Nurse Educator. ((23)3, 109-112).
  • Sewell, J., Culpa-Bondal, F., & Colvin, M. (2008). Nursing program assessment and evaluation: evidence-based decision making improves outcomes in CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing. (26(5 Suppl), 98S-101S).

Teaching Experience

  • NRSG 4010, Health Science Informatics: A Survey of Health Science Information (Current)
    • Georgia College & State University – Nursing Informatics
    • This course is an overview of electronic information related to health sciences. The focus of the course is the use of computer and technology-based health applications to support clinical, administrative, and educational decision-making. Online course.
  • NRSG 4981, Integrated Clinical Competencies (Current)
    • Georgia College & State University – Nursing
    • Provides opportunities to apply integrated clinical concepts to simulated client care scenarios in preparation for NCLEX-RN and clinical practice.
  • NRSG 3000, Computer Applications for Nursing (Winter 2008)
    • Georgia College & State University – Nursing Informatics
    • This course introduces the RN-BSN students to the frequently used computer applications needed in the healthcare field and in the classroom. This course is conducted online. Online course.


  • Assistant Professor of Nursing (08/1991 – Current) Georgia College & State University
  • Interim Faculty, Rollins School of Public Health (09/1999 – 12/1999) Emory University
  • Supervisor/Instructor; Clinical Manager; Associate Director of Nursing; Staff Nurse (11/1978 – 08/1991) Pensinsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, MD