Jean Bell-Calvin, MS, RN, PHCNS-BC

Jean Bell-Calvin, MS, RN, PHCNS-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor/Nursing Center Director
414-535-0432
jbellcal@uwm.eduCunningham Hall 221
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. Practice role/responsibilities include community nursing practice, administration and undergraduate and graduate student nurse clinical education, collaborative project planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation. She has a passion for not only the scope, but the spirit of collaborative community health nursing practice.

Intellectual Contributions

Dressel A, Bell-Calvin J, Lee E, et al. Sustaining a nurse-led community partnership to promote environmental justice. Public Health Nurs. 2020;00: 15.https://doi.org/10.1111.phn.12820

Presentations

Brooke, K., Bell-Calvin, J., Baldwin, V. Pryor, N., Zabler, B.  Enhancing Care Delivery: Integrating Behavioral Health into Nurse-Led Primary Care, National Conference for Nurse Practitioners, Chicago, IL Poster presenter. (May 14-16, 2019)

Holt, J, Bell-Calvin, J., Brooke, K., Pryor, N., Zabler, B.  Using the Omaha System to Evaluate the Integration of Behavioral Health Services into Nurse Led Primary Health Care, Poster presentation, Omaha System International Conference. April 2019, Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.

Faltinson, M., Holt, J., Bell-Calvin, J. Using the Omaha System to Describe Nurse Led Prenatal Care Coordination, Poster presentation, Omaha System International Conference. April 2019 Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.

‘The Role of Community Partners’ UWM Community Partners, UWM College of Nursing, Community Based Participatory Research Discussion Series, Community Engaged Scholars Network, Center for Community Based Learning, Leadership and Research and the Joseph J. Zilber, School of Public Health, December 6, 2013.

‘Application of a Community EHR: Nurse Case Management Interventions, Dose, and Impact on Health Status of Underinsured Adults with Chronic Diseases’, Co-poster Presenter-Community Health Informatics Workshop, Medical College of Wisconsin, Community Engagement Key Function of Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Milwaukee, WI, May 30, 2013