Jean Bell-Calvin, MS, RN, PHCNS-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor/Nursing Center Director
Ms. Bell-Calvin has broad experience in community nursing practice and has worked at the Silver Spring Community Nursing Center since 1988- she has served as the Director since 1996. She is an ANA ANCC board certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in Community/Public Health. Specific practice role/responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate student nurse clinical education, nursing administration, community nursing practice and collaborative project planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation. She has a passion for not only the scope, but the spirit of collaborative, community based nursing center practice.
Eugenie F Hildebrandt,
Mary Jo Baisch,
Sally P Lundeen,
(2003) Eleven years of primary health care delivery in an academic nursing center., Journal of Professional Nursing, 19(5), 279-288
Nursing interventions to support low-income individuals with hypertension: Applications of self-management theory using clinical data from a nurse-managed health center.
Event: 3rd International Public Health Nursing Conference
Mary Jo Baisch, P Y Tsai, Bev Zabler, Jean Bell-Calvin, Kathleen J Sawin, Rachel F Schiffman
August 26, 2013
Nurse Case Management Interventions, Dose and Impact on Health STatus of Low-income, Underinsured Adults with Chronic Disease.
Event: National Nursing Centers Consortium 8th Annual Conference
Bev Zabler, Jean Bell-Calvin
The GAMP Chronic Disease Management Initiative: Nurse Case Management Services for the Urban Poor.
Event: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement
J Bedinghaus, Bev Zabler, Jean Bell-Calvin, M De'Brabant, V Baldwin, C Collentine, D Gallegos
Putting the Pieces Together: Changing Systems to Reduce Health Disparities.
Event: The 11th Annual Public Health Nursing Conference
Laura M Anderko, Jean Bell-Calvin, J Bedinghaus, C Collentine, Bev Zabler, V Baldwin, M De'Brabant
Community Collaborative: A Disease Management Model An Initial Snapshot of Treating Chronic Diseases in Public Sector Populations.
Event: UWM CON Research Day and Career Fair
D Gallegos, L Schnicke, J Bedinghaus, J Chianelli, Laura M Anderko, Elizabeth FAYRAM, Jean Bell-Calvin, V Baldwin, M De'Brabant, Bev Zabler
Community Collaborative Disease Management Model: An Initial Snapshot of Treating Chronic Diseases in Public Sector Populations
Event: National Association of County & City Health Officials Annual Conference
L Schnicke, D Gallegos, J Bedinghaus, J Chianelli, Laura M Anderko, Jean Bell-Calvin, Bev Zabler, V Baldwin, M De'Brabant