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Mr Matthew David Charnetski

Director, Simulation-Based Education and Research and Interprofessional Programmes, Centers for Learning and Professional Development,
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Centre, United States of America


Mr Matthew Charnetski, MSMS, NRP, CHSOS, CHSE is the Director of Simulation-Based Education and Research at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) in Lebanon, NH. His winding path took him around the world several times between Iowa, Africa, Antarctica, Kazakhstan, Arkansas, New Hampshire and almost every bit in between. Matthew’s simulation career has been largely academic focused primarily in medical education prior to arriving at DHMC in 2019.

He is a graduate of the Master’s in Medical and Healthcare Simulation Programme at Drexel University and is actively pursuing his PhD in Health Professions Education at Maastricht University in Maastricht, Netherlands. Matthew is also adjunct faculty in the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions Master’s in Health Professions Education Programme in the Simulation Operations Track.

His recent research interests largely focus on cultural considerations in and around healthcare simulation. His PhD work surrounds the role that culture plays in the adaptation and transfer of simulation curricula in transborder education partnerships. Matthew has contributed book chapters on simulation methodologies, moving simulation centres, and cultural considerations in simulation. His peer-reviewed work has largely been in standards of best practice in simulation, cultural considerations/diversity issues related to simulation, and is a member of the SSH 2023 Distance Simulation Summit.

  


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