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



Members from Jeanne’s institution
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