Past Learning Partnerships
More than fourteen eminent health organizations, based in Philadelphia, Alabama, Wisconsin, Virginia, Washington state, Indianapolis, Buffalo, Maryland, Texas, and Washington, DC have been selected for the Sewell Learning Partnerships since 2005. These host organizations are leaders in health-related research, direct care, and public health programming. Not only do they provide a dynamic, cutting edge environment in which to learn and contribute, but they also each will benefit significantly from the placement of a skilled and well-educated librarian.
- Jennifer Lege-Matsuura, MSLIS, AHIP was hosted by the Center for Public Health Readiness and Communication (CPHRC) at the Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health and the Bioterrorism and Public Health Preparedness Program at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. (2019-2020)
- Nancy Shin was hosted by the Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Health Technology Incubator (https://medicine.wsu.edu/research/dcp/technology-incubator/) (2018-2019)
- Kay Hogan Smith was hosted by University of Alabama Department of Pediatrics (www.uab.edu/medicine/peds/) and Children's of Alabama (www.childrensal.org/). (2018-2019)
- Nicole Petanati was hosted by the Public Health Accreditation Board (http://www.phaboard.org/) (2016-2017)
- Marie Janz was hosted by the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (www.rwhc.com) (2014-2015)
- Dana Thimons was hosted by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (www.aacp.org). (2014-2015)
- Kacy Allgood was an "ambulance riding librarian" (www.ambulanceridinglibrarian.com) in Indianapolis, Indiana. The host organization was a cooperative effort with Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services (http://www.indianapolisems.org), Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children (http://www.indianaemsc.org), Indiana University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Out-of Hospital Care (www.emergency.medicine.iu.edu), and MESH (www.meshcoalition.org). 2012-2013.
- Nell Aranoff and Keith C. Mages were both hosted by Kaleida Health, Gates Vascular Institute in Buffalo, New York (www.kaleidahealth.org/gvi/). (2012-2013)
- Kathleen Amos was hosted by the Public Health Foundation (www.phf.org) in Washington, DC. (2010-2011)
- Jacqueline "Jac" Peery was hosted by San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (www.sanantonio.gov/health) (2010-2011)
- Emily Glenn was hosted by Seattle Biomedical Research Institute (www.sbri.org) in Seattle, WA. (2007-2008)
- Hugh Kelsey worked with faculty in the Office of Public Health Practice and Training within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (www.jhsph.edu), co-hosted by the Welch Medical Library at Hopkins. (2007-2008)
- Carol Cahill was a Sewell Fellow at the Group Health Community Foundation (www.ghc.org) in Seattle, WA. (2005-2006)
- Ann Madhavan was in a Learning Partnership with Public Health - Seattle & King County (http://www.kingcounty.gov/services/health.aspx) and the University of Washington Health Sciences Library (www.hsl.uw.edu) (2005-2006)