Cheryl Mee


Cheryl Mee has been a nurse for many years, as well as an Assessment and Testing Consultant in Education at Elsevier. The focus of her work is helping faculty better understand and implement HESI Review and Testing products in order to improve student outcomes. Mee is able to achieve this through data analysis – allowing her to identify potential curriculum concerns along with areas for testing policy development.

Mee has worked in Health Science publishing for 22 years in various roles including editor-in-chief of a clinical nursing journal and Vice President of U.S. Nursing and Health Professions Journals. As a nurse educator, she has taught nursing classes in graduate and undergraduate programs. In addition to authoring a chapter in Sigma Theta Tau's book Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses – now in its third edition – Mee recently published an article on remediation in the Journal of Nursing Regulation.

Mee is president of the OADN Foundation and on the board for Americans for Native Americans, where she assists Native American nursing students in the Four Corners region by awarding scholarships and developing exchange programs. She also assists with Health Screening projects for Native American school children.