In this project, we survey a diverse collection of nurses from a variety of fields on how they use the Internet and social media, what formal training or education they have with respect to technology, and what role their employers play in determining how they use technology in providing medical care. Based on the results of this survey, we identify improvements and recommend training to certain groups of nurses.
- Debra M. Wolf, John Wenskovitch, and Bonnie B. Anton. “Nurses’ Use of the Internet and Social Media: Does Age, Years of Experience and Educational Level Make a Difference?” Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 6(2) (2016), pp. 68–75. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jnep.v6n2p68. Journal Impact Factor: 7.86.
- Debra M. Wolf, Bonnie B. Anton, and John Wenskovitch. “Promoting Health and Safety Virtually: Key Recommendations for Occupational Health Nurses,” Workplace Health & Safety, 62(7) (2014), pp. 302–306. Journal Impact Factor: 1.029.
- Debra M. Wolf, Bonnie B. Anton, and John Wenskovitch. “Using Nurse Survey Data to Empower Patients,” Journal of Healthcare Information Management, 28(1) (2014), pp. 58–65.
- Debra Wolf, Bonnie Anton, and John Wenskovitch. “Empowering Patients to Use the WWW Safely to Make Decisions Regarding Their Health,” in 18th International Conference on Nursing and Healthcare. Irving, TX, 2016.