Sue Anne Bell
Sue Anne Bell, PhD, FNP-BC
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Health Behavior and Biological Sciences
Room 3340 400NIB
University of Michigan School of Nursing
400 North Ingalls Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5482
Telephone: (734) 647-0341
Fax: (734) 763-0681
Scholarly Expertise / Activity
- Disaster preparedness and response
- Health disparities
- Acute and emergency Care
Dr. Bell’s research focuses broadly on the health effects of disasters and the impact of climate change on human health within a health equity framework. She is particularly interested in the long-term impact of disasters on human’s health, in developing policy that protects and promotes health throughout the disaster management cycle, and in the relationship between community resilience, health disparities and disasters. She has been active in emergency preparedness and response activities through the Department of Health and Human Services’ National Disaster Medical System, the American Nurses Association and the Emergency Nurses Association, including serving on federal panels, co-authoring books and advising on national policy issues. Dr. Bell has practiced nursing and conducted research in multiple global settings including Ghana, Ethiopia, India, Cambodia and the Caribbean.
Affiliations / Service
- Board Member, Emergency Preparedness Committee, Emergency Nurses Association 2016-2018
- Board Member, Nursing Section, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine 2015-2017
- Expert Reference Panel, Emergency and Trauma Node, Joanna Briggs Institute
Notable Awards / Honors
- Ella McNeil Award for Excellence in Community Health Nursing, University of Michigan School of Nursing, 2013
- National Clinician Scholars Program, 2016-2018
- PhD, University of Michigan, 2014; Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies 2014
- MSN, Emory University, 1999
- BSN, The Florida State University, 1997
- Abir, M., Bell, SA, Puppala, N. Awad, O. & Moore, M. (In Press). Setting Foundations for Developing Disaster Response Metrics. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness.
- Bell, SA, Munro-Kramer, M., Eisenberg, M. & Lori, J. (2016). “Ebola Kills Generations:” Qualitative Interviews with Liberian Healthcare Providers. Midwifery.
- Bell, SA & Folkerth, L. (2016). Women’s Mental Health and Intimate Partner Violence Following Natural Disaster: A Scoping Review. Pre-Hospital and Disaster Medicine, 31(6).
- Abbott, P., Omollo, K., Hammond N., Bell, SA., Rana, G., Mutumba, M., Jiang, Y., & Mwensesi, R. (2016). An exploration of national policies and effective practices for electronic and mobile learning for nursing and midwifery education. Commissioned white paper. World Health Organization. UM Project/Grant #N020433.
- Bell, SA (2016). Climate Change.....Are we prepared and ready? International Emergency Nursing, 26(1-2).
- Lori, J. R., Rominski, S. D., Perosky, J. E., Munro, M. L., Williams, G., Bell, SA, Nyanplu, A. B., Amarah, P. N. M., & Boyd, C. (2015). A case series study on the effect of Ebola on facility-based deliveries in rural Liberia. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15(254).
- Rominiski, S., Yakubu, J., Tagoe, N., Bell, SA. & Oteng, R (2015). The role of short-term volunteers in a global health capacity building effort: The Project HOPE-GEMC experience. Global Public Health, 8(23).
- Bell, SA, Lori, J., Redman, R., & Seng, J. (2015). Understanding the Effects of Mental Health on Reproductive Health Post-Crisis: A Mixed Methods Approach. Health Care for Women International, 37(1).
- Bell, SA, Lori, J., Redman, R., & Seng, J. (2015). Development of a Brief Screening Tool for Mental Health Assessment in Refugee Settings: A Psychometric Validation. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52(7).
- Bell, SA, Lori, J., Redman, R., & Seng, J. (2015). Psychometric Validation and Comparison of the SRQ-20 and SRQ-SIB among Congolese Refugee Women. Journal of Nursing Measurement. 23(1).
- Martel, J., Oteng, R., Mould-Millman, NK, Bell, SA, Zakariah, A., Oduro, G., Donkor, P., & Kowalenko, T. (2014). The Development of Sustainable Emergency Care in Ghana: Physician, Nursing and Prehospital Care Training Initiatives. The Journal of Emergency Medicine, pii: S0736-4679(14)00635-0.
- Bell, SA., Redman, R. Bam, V. Lapham, J., Tagoe, N., Yakubu, J. & Donkor, P. (2014.) Development of Emergency Nursing Specialization in Ghana: Successes and Challenges. International Journal of Emergency Nursing. 22(4):202-7.
- Rominski, S., Bell, SA, Oteng, R., Ampong, P., Odoru, G., & Donkor, P. (2013). The validity of the South African Triage Scale at a tertiary care centre, Kumasi, Ghana. African Journal of Emergency Medicine, 3(4), S8- S9.
- Bell, SA. & Seng, JS. (2013). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Prenatal Care Utilization. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing. 42(4):404-15.
- Bell, SA, Rominski, S, Bam, V, Donkor, E & Lori, J. (2013). An Analysis of Baccalaureate Nursing Education in Ghana. Nursing and Health Sciences, 15(2).