Dr Michelle Lorraine Lewis Honey
BA, MPhil, PhD
Michelle Honey is a Registered General and Obstetric Nurse with experience in surgical, cardio-thoracic and intensive care nursing. Her research interests are in nurse education and informatics.
- BA (Social Sciences) Massey University, NZ
- MPhil (Nursing) Massey University, NZ
- PhD (Nursing) University of Auckland, NZ
Research | Current
- Nursing education
- Educational technology in nursing (includes simulation)
- Health informatics
Teaching | Current
- Undergraduate programme - teaching in the Bachelor of Nursing - in years 1, 2 and 3
- Community Health
- Teaching in postgraduate course N795
- Postgraduate guest lectures and supervision
- Supervision for Master's and PhD students
2002 Fellow of the College of Nursing Aotearoa
2004 Honorary Fellow of the International Nursing Informatics Group (IMIA-NI).
- 2010: Inaugural recipient of the Robyn Carr Spirit Cup for steadfast commitment to furthering the goals and achievements of nursing informatics in New Zealand.
- Course Director for ‘N301: Child and Family Health Nursing’
- Member of University IT Faculties Forum
- Member of Health Informatics New Zealand
- Fellow of College of Nurses Aotearoa
- Nursing Praxis in New Zealand Journal Editor
- Health Informatics New Zealand: Nursing Informatics Working Group - chair
- Health Informatics New Zealand: Education Working Group - member
- University of Auckland IT Faculties Forum - member
- International Medical Informatics Association: Nursing Informatics (IMIA-NI) Working Group on Education - co-chair
- TIGER’s (Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform) International Committee - member
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Waterworth, S., & Honey, M. (2017). On-line health seeking activity of older adults: an integrative review of the literature. Geriatric nursing (New York, N.Y.)10.1016/j.gerinurse.2017.10.016
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Susan Waterworth
- Lim, A. G., & Honey, M. L. L. (2017). New Graduate Nurses' Knowledge and Skills in Medication Management: Implications for Clinical Settings. JOURNAL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING, 48 (6), 276-281. 10.3928/00220124-20170517-09
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Gigi Lim
- Procter, P. M., Brixey, J. J., Todhunter, F., & Honey, M. L. L. (2017). Social media providing an international virtual elective experience for student nurses. Informatics, 4 (9)10.3390/informatics4020009
- Honey, M. L., & Raphael, D. (2017). Preparation for working in a knowledge-based society: New Zealand student nurses’ use of social media. Informatics, 4 (2)10.3390/informatics4020008
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Deborah Raphael
- Honey, M. L. L., Skiba, D. J., Procter, P., Foster, J., Kouri, P., & Nagle, L. M. (2017). Nursing Informatics Competencies for Entry to Practice: The Perspective of Six Countries. (pp. 51-61).
- Honey, M., & Procter, P. (2017). The Shifting Sands of Nursing Informatics Education: From Content to Connectivity. (pp. 31-40).
- Jing, J., & Honey, M. L. L. (2016). Using a Checklist in Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy Procedures. AORN journal, 104 (2), 145-152. 10.1016/j.aorn.2016.05.013
- Kerr, M. J., Flaten, C., Honey, M. L. L., Gargantua-Aguila, S. D. R., Nahcivan, N. O., Martin, K. S., & Monsen, K. A. (2016). Feasibility of Using the Omaha System for Community-level Observations. Public Health Nursing, 33 (3), 256-263. 10.1111/phn.12231