About Hwayoung Cho
Dr. Cho teaches graduate Nursing and Nursing Informatics courses including Applied Statistical Analysis I/II, Theory and Research for Nursing, Nurse Scientist and Scholar, State of Science, and Nursing Informatics and Information Management.
Dr. Cho’s research has focused on using technology for underserved populations in order to reduce health disparities, promote health outcomes and improve health-related quality of life. Her research work focuses on translating existing health information into informatics tools such as mobile health interventions to facilitate the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based health information for underserved communities, specifically racial and ethnic minorities and those from low-socioeconomic groups who face barriers to accessing health information.
Dr. Cho holds memberships in the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), Academy Health, Sigma Theta Tau International, and Eastern Nurses Research Society. Her service activities include serving on professional association committees such as AMIA 2019 Informatics Summit Scientific Program Committee- Clinical Research Informatics, reviewing manuscripts; reviewing grants for Sigma.
License of Hospital Service CoordinatorKorea Association for Service, Korea
License of Registered NurseMinistry of Health and Welfare, Korea
Nurse-Teacher’s certificateMinistry of Education, Korea
Nursing Professional/Care ProviderGyeonggi Province, Korea