Ji-Young An

Assistant Professor
Ji-Young An
Contact Information
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden
530 Federal Street, Room 440
Camden, NJ 08102
(856) 225-6718
PhD: New York University The Steinhardt School of Education (Research and Theory Development in Nursing Science)
MPH: Seoul National Universitsy Graduate School of Public Health (Public Health)
BSN: Korea University College of Nursing (Nursing)
Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education: Rutgers University
Selected Publications: 

Song, J., An, J.Y.*, Song, T.M., Martin-Sanchez, F., Nigg, C.R. A predictive model of risk factors for adolescent
suicide applying decision tree analysis of social media data. International Journal of Medical Informatics. (under

An, J.Y.*, Yom, Y.H., Suh, S.W., Nigg, C.R. Effect of nursing service quality and perceived risk on service value,
consumer satisfaction, and churn intention: A study conducted in Korean nursing homes using a structural equation
model. Advances in Nursing Science. (under review)

Lee, N.J., Jang, H., An, J.Y. The impact of patient safety curriculum on nursing students’ patient safety competency
in undergraduate nursing program: A quasi-experimental study. BMJ Open. (under review)
Wortley, D., An, J.Y., Nigg, C.R. (2017). Wearable technologies, health and well-being: a case review. Digital
Medicine. (in press)

Wortley, D., An, J.Y. (2017). Tackling the challenge of the ageing society detecting and preventing cognitive and
physical decline in the elderly through serious games and consumer technologies. Health Informatics Research. (in

Research Interest: 

Dr. Ji-Young An explores consumers’ online health information seeking behaviors and visualizes the pattern of data explored. She utilizes big data using social network analysis and decision tree analysis. Dr. An’s recent research emphasizes the role of wearable technology and augmented reality in healthcare. She has served as an editorial board member of the peer-reviewed journals, Healthcare Informatics Research and Journal of Integrated Design Research.