Linda Moody, PhD, MPH
Dr. Moody's research interests are focused in the use of e-health to help patients and caregivers in palliative care, especially end-stage lung disease and lung cancer. She is active in the development and testing of clinical informatics applications to improve patient care, patient safety and quality of life.
- Distinguished Professor, College of Nursing, University of South Florida
- Lewis and Leona Hughes Endowed Chair in Nursing Informatics, University of South Florida
- MSN, 1969, University of Florida at Gainesville, Nursing (Adult and Aging)
- PhD, 1977, University of Florida at Gainesville, Research Foundations
- M.P.H., 1983, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Health Policy and Management
- McMillan, S., Small, B., Weitzner, M., Schoenwetter, R., Tittle, M., Moody, L., & Haley, W. (2006). Impact of coping skills intervention with family caregivers of hospice patients with cancer: A randomized clinical trial. Cancer, 106, 214-222.
- Moody, L., Dee, C., & Rogers, A. (2005). Seniors' Internet use and preferences for web-based e-health resources. eHealth International Journal, 2(2). Can be accessed at: http://www.ehealthinternational.net
- Moody L. E. (2005). E-health web portals: Delivering holistic healthcare and making home the point of care. Holistic Nursing Practice, 19(4), 158ñ163.
- Moody, L., Slocumb, E. Berg, B., & Jackson, D. (2004). Electronic health records documentation in nursing: Nurses' perceptions, attitudes, and preferences. Computers Informatics Nursing, 22, 337-344.
- Moody, L., Webb, M., Cheung, R., & Lowell, J. (2004). A focus group for caregivers of hospice patients with severe dyspnea. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care, 21, 121-130.