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CURRICULUM VITAE

Updated: April 8, 2015

J

ANE

C

HUNG

EDUCATION

University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle, Washington

Ph.D. in Nursing Science 2009 – 2014

University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle, Washington

Master of Science (MS) in Clinical Informatics and Patient-Centered Technologies 2011 – 2013 Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Nursing Administration 2003 – 2006 Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) 1997 – 2001

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor

University of New Mexico, College of Nursing, Albuquerque, NM 2015

-Research Assistant

University of Washington, School of Medicine, Dept. of Rehabilitation, Seattle, WA Worked for George Demiris and Kurt Johnson on a project “Assessment of the needs among home care recipients”

2014

Graduate Student Assistant for Program Evaluation

University of Washington, School of Nursing, Academic Affairs, Seattle, WA 2010 - 2014

Research Assistant

University of Washington, School of Nursing, Seattle, WA

Worked for George Demiris on an NSF funded project (CDI-1028195) “Transforming community‐based elder care through heterogeneous activity sensing analytics”

2012 - 2013

Researcher

Yonsei University, Research Institute of Nursing Policy, Seoul, Korea

Worked for Taewha Lee on a KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency) funded project “Community-based family planning capacity building in Ethiopia”

2009

University of New Mexico College of Nursing MSC07 4380 Box 9 1650 University Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87102 jchung@salud.unm.edu T. 505.925.7575

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Lecturer

Sungshin Women’s University, College of Nursing, Seoul, Korea 2007

Teaching Assistant, Clinical Instructor

Yonsei University, College of Nursing, Seoul, Korea 2004 - 2006

Research Assistant

Yonsei University, College of Nursing, Seoul, Korea

Worked for Taewha Lee on a project “Development of quality indicators for nursing home services” funded by Korea Research Foundation

Worked for Chungyul Lee on a project “Examining health-related factors in adults living in urban community” funded by Yonsei University College of Nursing Worked for Kyungja Lee on a project “Development of integrated practicum of nursing management and community health nursing” funded by Yonsei University College of Nursing

Worked for Kyusook Kang on a project “Evaluation of a community-based home care nursing model” funded by Yonsei University College of Nursing

Worked for Taewha Lee on a project “Development and evaluation of a problem-based learning in nursing management and ethics” funded by Yonsei University College of Nursing

2004 - 2006

Research Assistant

Yonsei University, Research Institute of Home Care and Hospice, Seoul, Korea 2003 – 2004

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Staff Nurse

Health Promotion Center, Severance Hospital Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea

2007 – 2008

Staff Nurse

Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Severance Hospital, Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea

2001 – 2003

LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS

Registered Nurse, State of New Mexico (#RN-81178) 2015 - Present Registered Nurse, State of New York (# 531726) 2002 – Present

Registered Nurse, Korea (# 166794) 2001 – Present

School Nurse Certificate, Korean Ministry of Education (#2091) 2001 – Present Statistics Certificate (# 2006-0120-27), Yonsei Institute of Statistical Science 2006

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HONORS & AWARDS

Master of Science Outstanding Student Award

Awarded by the University of Washington School of Nursing 2014

Carol A. Schutz Student Travel Award

Awarded by the Gerontological Society of America, Emerging Scholar and Professional Organization ($400)

2014

Graduate Scholarship

Awarded by King County Nurses Association, WA ($1,500) 2013

Travel Scholarship

Awarded by the University of Washington School of Nursing, de Tornyay Healthy Aging Center ($500)

2013

Gladys N. Stevenson Fund (Travel Award)

Awarded by the University of Washington School of Nursing ($300)

2013

Gladys N. Stevenson Fund (Travel Award)

Awarded by the University of Washington School of Nursing ($300) 2012

Gerberding Fellowship (Top Scholar Award)

Given to newly-admitted outstanding graduate students Fully supported two quarters of tuition and stipend

Awarded by the University of Washington Graduate School

2009 – 2010

Hanmaum Scholarship

Awarded by Seoul Nurses Association, Korea ($800) 2005

Graduation with Sun Woo Award (The Best Student of the Year)

Elected by all the faculty members and students Awarded by Yonsei University College of Nursing

2001

Member

Inducted by the Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau (Lambda Alpha-at-Large Chapter)

2000

Undergraduate Thesis Award (3rd Place)

Awarded by Yonsei University College of Nursing 2000

Top University Scholarship & Award

Awarded by Yonsei University 1999

PUBLICATIONS

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (Published/In Press)

1. Chung, J., Chaudhuri, S., Le, T., Chi, N., Thompson, H., Demiris, G. (in press). The use of think-aloud to evaluate a navigation structure for a multimedia health and wellness application for older adults and their caregivers. Educational Gerontology

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2. Joe, J., Chaudhuri, S., Chung, J., Thompson, H., Demiris, G. (in press). Older adults’ attitudes and preferences regarding a multifunctional wellness tool: a pilot study. Informatics for Health and Social Care

3. Chung, J., Demiris, G., Thompson, H. (2015). Instruments to assess mobility limitation in community - dwelling older adults: a systematic review. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 23(2), 298-313 4. Le, T., Reeder, B., Chung, J., Thompson, H., & Demiris, G. (2014). Design of smart home sensor

visualizations for older adults. Technology and Healthcare, 22(4), 657-666

5. Le, T., Chaudhuri, S., Chung, J., Thompson, H. J., Demiris, G. (2014). Tree testing of hierarchical menu structures for health applications. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 49, 198-205

6. Lee, T., Yim, E., Cho, E., Chung, J. (2014). Cognitive function, behavioral problems, and physical function among long-term care insurance beneficiaries with dementia in South Korea: comparison of home care and institutional care services. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 62(8), 1467-1475 7. Reeder, B., Chung, J., Le, T., Thompson, H., & Demiris, G. (2014). Assessing older adults’ perceptions

of sensor data and designing visual displays for ambient assisted living environments: an exploratory study. Methods of Information in Medicine, 53(3), 152-159.

8. Chung, J., Reeder, B., Lazar, A., Joe, J., Demiris, G., & Thompson, H. (2014). Exploring an informed decision-making framework using in-home sensors: older adults’ perceptions. Informatics in Primary Care, 21 (2), 73-77.

9. Reeder, B., Chung, J., Lazar, A., Joe, J., Demiris, G., & Thompson, H. (2013). Testing a theory-based mobility monitoring protocol using in-home sensors: a feasibility study. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 6(4), 253-263

10. Demiris, G., Thompson, H., Boquet, J., Le, T., Chaudhuri, S., Chung, J. (2013). Older adults’ acceptance of a community-based telehealth wellness system. Informatics for Health and Social Care, 38(1), 27-36

11. Chung, J. (2010). Letter to the Editor. Necessity of adopting postcolonial feminism. Nursing Philosophy, 11(4), 299

12. Lee, T. W., & Chung, J. (2010). Structural factors influencing the quality management activities in nursing homes. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration, 16(20), 162-171.

13. Lee, C. Y., Lee, K. J., Kim, E., Kim, I. S., Lee, T. W., Kim, G. S., Cho, Y. H., Hyun, S., & Chung, J. et al. (2008). Dietary habits and related factors of adults in urban community. Journal of Korean Academy of Public Health Nursing, 22(1), 5-17.

14. Kim, G. S., Lee, K. J., Kim, E., Lee, C. Y., Kim, I. S., Lee, T. W., Cho, Y. H., & Chung, J. et al. (2008). Curriculum model in integrated practicum of nursing management and community health nursing. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration, 14(1), 51-62.

15. Lee, T., Kim, I. S., Chung, J., Kim, E. H. (2007). Development and evaluation of a problem-based learning in nursing management and ethics. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration, 13(1), 53-64.

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homes. Journal of Korean Academic Nursing, 37(3), 401-413.

17. Lee, T. W., Kim, I. S., Kim, E. H., & Chung, J. (2006). Educational need of nursing managerial competency in the hospitals. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration, 12(1), 113-121.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (Submitted)

1. Chung, J., Thompson, H., Demiris, G. (in revision). Ethical considerations regarding the use of smart home technologies for older adults. Annual Review of Nursing Research

2. Chung, J., Thompson, H., Joe, J., Hall, A., Demiris, G. (in review). The role of culture on older adults’ acceptability of home-based monitoring technologies. Informatics for Health and Social Care

3. Reeder, B., Chung, J., Joe, J., Lazar, A., Thompson, H., & Demiris, G. (in review). Examining community-dwelling older adults’ perceptions of in-home sensors using an obtrusiveness framework. AMIA Conference Proceedings

Book Chapters

Chung, J. (in press). The role of culture in adopting smart home technologies. In van Hoof, J., Demiris, G.,

and Wouters, E (Eds.). Handbook of smart homes, health care and well-being. SpringerReference.

Peer Reviewed Conference Abstracts

1. Chung, J., Joe, J., Hall, A., Thompson, H. J. & Demiris, G. Exploring the acceptability of home-based sensor technologies in a cultural context. Poster Presentation at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Conference, Washington DC, USA (November 8, 2014)

2. Chung, J., Thompson, H. J. & Demiris, G. Improving informed decision making for a field

implementation of a home-based sensor system with older adults. Poster Presentation at the Council's 2014 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research, Washington DC, USA (September 19, 2014) 3. Chung, J., Reeder, B., Lazar, A., Thompson, H. J., & Demiris, G. Living with home-based sensor

technology: older adults’ perceptions. Poster Presentation at the International Association of Geriatrics and Gerontology the 20th World Congress, Seoul, Korea (June, 2013)

4. Chaudhuri, S., Le, T., White, C., Chung, J., Demiris, G., Thompson, H. Administering a wide-scale survey to community dwelling older adults: implications and lessons learned. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2012. Poster Presentation at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, USA (November 2012).

5. Reeder B, Chung J, Joe J, Lazar A, Savvides A, Thompson HJ, Demiris G. Informing field research: considerations from a community-based feasibility study with older adults and technology sensors. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2012. Poster Presentation at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, USA (November 2012).

6. Lee, T., Chung, J., Cho, E. The relationships between the type of long-term care benefits and cognitive function among long-term care insurance beneficiaries with dementia in Korea, 2008-2010. Poster

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presented at 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS), Seattle, WA, USA (May, 2012). Proceedings, S53

7. Chung, J., Demiris, G., Thompson, H. Mobility limitation in community-dwelling older adults: a systematic review. Poster presented at Western Institute of Nursing 2012 Annual Conference, Portland, OR, USA (April 2012).

8. Chung, J., Development of nursing service quality indicators in nursing homes. Poster presented at Centennial Conference of Yonsei University College of Nursing, Seoul, Korea (May, 2006)

Invited Talks/Posters

1. Chung, J., Demiris, G., Thompson, H. Mobility limitation in community-dwelling older adults: a systematic review. Poster presented at the Healthy Aging Spring Lecture by the de Tornyay Center (April, 2013)

2. Chung, J., Development of quality indicators in nursing homes. Oral presented at the Conference of the Korean Nursing Home Association, Seoul, Korea (October, 2006).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

 Guest lecture: “Home-based sensors to monitor mobility and support healthy aging” NSG 540 Telehealth, Instructor: Dr. George Demiris, Summer quarter 2014

 Guest lecture: “Dissertation period of the doctoral program.” PhD Student Panel at the NURS 598 Role Transition Seminar (1st Year PhD course), Instructor: Dr. Betty Bekemeier, Fall quarter 2013 Sungshin Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

 Lecturer: Nursing Management and Informatics (for senior RN-BSN students), Spring 2007

Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

 Moderator for Problem-Based Learning (PBL):

o Nursing Administration, Supervisor: Dr. Lee Taewha, Spring 2005 o Nursing Administration, Supervisor: Dr. Kim Insook, Spring 2006  Teaching Assistant:

o Community Health Nursing, Instructor: Dr. Lee Chungyul, Spring 2004 o Introduction to Nursing, Instructor: Dr. Oh Gasil, Autumn 2004

o Nursing Leadership, Instructor: Dr. Kim Euisook, Autumn 2005 o Nursing Administration, Instructor: Dr. Kim Insook, Spring 2006  Clinical Instructor:

o Adult Health Nursing (Practicum), Supervisor: Dr. Oh Euigum, Spring 2004

o Mental Health Nursing (Practicum), Supervisor: Dr. Kim Sunah, Autumn 2004, Spring 2005, Autumn 2005

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GRANTS and FELLOWSHIPS

Pending

 Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (PI: Carla Herman) Geriatric Workforce Training Enhancement Program

Role: Co-Investigator Submitted: January 2015

Completed

 Dan David Foundation, Israel

In-home use of motion sensor-based technology for monitoring mobility in community-dwelling Korean American older adults [Future Dimension – Preventive Medicine]

5/1/2013 – 4/30/2014 Total amount: $15,000 Role: PI

 University of Washington School of Nursing, de Tornyay Healthy Aging Center

Use of sensor technologies to monitor mobility in community-dwelling Korean American older adults 5/1/2012 – 4/30/2013 Total amount: $7,500 Role: PI

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Journal/Conference Reviews

 American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Conference (2014 - )

 Health Informatics Journal (2014)

 Telehealth 2012 Conference (2011)

Service Activities

External Professional Services: Leadership Roles

 Secretary of the Korea Gerontological Nursing Society (2005-2006)

Memberships

 Inducted Member, Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau (2000 - )

 Member, Gerontological Society of America (GSA) (2012 - )

 Member, Korean Society of Nursing Science (2005 - )

 Korean Academy of Nursing Administration (2005 - )

 Member, The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS) (2014)

 Member, Health Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS) – Washington Chapter, USA (2012-2013)

 Member, American Geriatrics Society (2012-2013)

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Volunteers

Volunteer, “Senior Point of View” University of Washington Booth at “Paws on Science-Husky

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