PhD: Rutgers University, College of Nursing
MSN: Rutgers University, College of Nursing
BSN: William Paterson College, College of Nursing
Nursing Diploma: Englewood Hospital, School of Nursing
Research and Clinical Interests:
Dr. Jill Cox is an advanced practice nurse, with a subspecialty in wound, ostomy and continence nursing. She has extensive clinical experience in the management with various types of wounds and ostomy-related complications in patients in the acute care setting. Dr. Cox's research interests include pressure ulcer risk detection and pressure ulcer prevention in the hospitalized patient population, with a specific focus on pressure ulcers in critical care patients. She is also a member of the Center for Healthcare Quality at the Rutgers School of Nursing.
- Member, Sigma Theta Tau, International
- Member: Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN)
- Chair, National Education Committee, WOCN, 2010-present.
- Member: World Council of Enterostomal Therapists- Education Committee, 2010-present.
- Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurse (WOCN)
- Clinical Nurse Specialist: Adult Health (ANCC)
- Advanced Practice Nurse: New Jersey
- Cox, J, & Rasmussen, L. (2014). Enteral nutrition in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers in adult critical care patients. Critical Care Nurse: 34(6); 15-27.
- Cox, J. (2013). Pressure ulcer development and vasopressor agents in adult critical care patients: a literature review. Ostomy and Wound Management;59(4):50-4, 56-60
- Cox, J., Roche, S. & Gandhi, D. (2013). Critical care physicians: attitudes, beliefs and knowledge about pressure ulcers. Advances in Skin and Wound Care; 26(4):168-176.
- Cox, J. (2012). Predictive validity of the Braden Scale for Pressure Sore Risk in adult critical care patients: a comprehensive review. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 39(6):613-621.
- Cox, J., Roche, S. & VanWynen, E. (2011). The Effects of Various Instructional Methodologies on Pressure Ulcer Knowledge Retention Among Critical Care and Medical/surgical Nurses, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 42(2),71-78.
- Cox, J. (2011). Predictors of Pressure Ulcers in Adult Critical Care Patients. American Journal of Critical Care, 20(5), 364-375.