Charlie Dharmasukrit

Title(s)Nrsg professional development, COO
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    University of California, Davis, Davis, CAPhD05/2019Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership
    University of California, Davis, Davis, CAMS03/2015Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership
    California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento, CABS05/2011Nursing
    University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CABA12/2008Molecular and Cell Biology

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    Dr. Dharmasukrit is a doctorally-prepared Nursing Professional Development Specialist/Nurse Scientist. He obtained his PhD and MS in Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership from the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at the University of California, Davis and was recognized as a national Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar in 2018. He holds advanced certification in health system quality improvement and earned a Graduate Academic Certificate as a Health Professions Educator for completing rigorous graduate coursework in curriculum development, instruction, assessment, and educational leadership. Dr. Dharmasukrit obtained post-doctoral training in Quality Improvement as a VA Quality Scholar at the San Francisco VA Health Care System in the UCSF Division of Geriatrics. His clinical background is in Orthopedics/Trauma Nursing from UC Davis Health.

    Dr. Dharmasukrit has published multiple peer-reviewed articles surrounding innovative uses of simulation in nursing education, the "second victim" phenomenon in nursing, and in geriatric surgery with a focus on health disparities and psychosocial experiences. He currently serves as a peer reviewer for "The Journal of Arthroplasty" and "Anesthesiology and Perioperative Science."

    Dr. Dharmasukrit is passionate about patient engagement, nursing education/professional development, and addressing health disparities for vulnerable geriatric surgery patients through nursing research.

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    1. Public Opinions About Surgery in Older Adults: A Thematic Analysis. Ann Surg. 2021 Nov 09. Dharmasukrit C, Ramaiyer M, Dillon EC, Russell MM, Dutt M, Colley A, Tang VL. PMID: 35129499; PMCID: PMC9081294.
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    2. Second Victim Phenomenon and Nursing Support: An Integrative Review. Journal of Radiology Nursing. 2021; 40(2):139-145. Werthman JA, Brown A, Cole, I, Sells J, Dharmasukrit C, Rovinski-Wagner C, Tasseff TL. View Publication.
    3. Frailty, Race/Ethnicity, Functional Status, and Adverse Outcomes After Total Hip/Knee Arthroplasty: A Moderation Analysis. J Arthroplasty. 2021 06; 36(6):1895-1903. Dharmasukrit C, Chan SYS, Applegate RL, Tancredi DJ, Harvath TA, Joseph JG. PMID: 33573811.
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    4. Journal of Informatics Nursing. Multi-Patient Simulation: Student Perceptions of Confidence and Readiness to Care for Multiple Patients. 2018; 3(1):11-12. Oiler LJ, Dharmasukrit C, Ackerman-Barger K. View Publication.
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