A member of the iSchool faculty since 2012, Christine Hudak, Ph.D., brings more than 30 years of experience in the health care field to the position. She is widely recognized author, co-author, and presenter on topics relating to health informatics, and is a peer reviewer for numerous professional journals, including the Journal for Nursing Measurement, Journal of Professional Nursing, and the Journal of American Psychiatric Nurses Association. Her research interests include educational technology in health care education, university based training for health information technology, use of emerging technologies in the delivery of health care, and consumer informatics. She has a Ph.D. in urban education administration and an M.Ed. in postsecondary education from Cleveland State University, and a B.S.N. from Case Western Reserve University.
Ph.D., Cleveland State University; , M.Ed.; Cleveland State University; , B.S.N., Case Western Reserve University
Moore, Jeanne & Dolansky, Mary & Hudak, Christine & Kenneley, Irena. (2014). Care coordination between convenient care clinics and healthcare homes. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. 27. 10.1002/2327-6924.12167.
Abdrbo, A.A., Zauszniewski, J. A. & Hudak, C.A. (2011). Development and testing of nurses’ information system benefits instrument. Perspectives in Health Information Management, 8 (Summer), 1-15.
American Medical Informatics Association, American Nursing Informatics Association, American Society of Health Informatics Managers, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Informing Sciences Institute, National Institutes of Health Informatics of Canada, National League for Nursing, Northern Ohio Chapter of the Health Information and Management Systems Society, Pi Lambda Theta, National Education Honorary Society, Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Theta Tau International National Honor Society of Nursing
Fellow of the American Medical Informatics Association (awarded in 2019)