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Matthew Charnetski, MSMS, NRP, CHSE, CHSOS

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Term Lecturer
Department: 
Health Professions Education
Phone: 
(641) 821-0085

Matthew Charnetski is the Director of Simulation-Based Education and Research at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH.  Matthew is also a term lecturer in the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions Master’s in Health Professions Education Program in the Simulation Operations Track. Matthew’s simulation career has been largely academic focused primarily in medical education prior to arriving at DHMC in 2019.  Matthew is involved extensively with The Society for Simulation in Healthcare and The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning.


Research Interests

  • Cultural considerations related to simulation-based education
  • Cultural competency/humility
  • Best practices in simulation operations


Education

BA, Biology, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA

Paramedic Specialist Certificate, Indian Hills Community College, Ottumwa, IA

MS, Medical and Healthcare Simulation, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

PhD, Health Professions Education, Maastricht University, Maastricht Netherlands, Expected 2023

 

Publications

Peer Reviewed:
 Palaganas, J. C., Charnetski, M., Dowell, S., Chan, A. K. M., & Leighton, K. (2021). Cultural considerations in debriefing: a systematic review of the literature. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, bmjstel-2020.

Book Chapters:
Charnetski, M. D. (2019). Simulation Methodologies. In Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice (pp. 27-45). Springer, Cham.

Presentations

Invited Speaking:
“Cultural and Diversity Considerations Within, Through, and Adjacent to Simulation-Based Experiences in Health Professions Education”
Charnetski, M.D.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 2021

“Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Considerations in Simulation”
Charnetski, M.D.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Centers for Learning and Professional Development  2021

“Cold-Related Injuries and Hypothermia in Pediatric Patients”
Charnetski, M.D.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 2021

“Introduction to Medical Moulage”
Charnetski, M.D.
Southwest Regional Simulation Consortium 2020

“Simulation Across Cultures”
Charnetski, M.D.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 2020

Conference Posters:
“PICU Pediatric Resuscitation and Communication Training: Intensive Core Education (PRACTICE). A Model of Interprofessional Collaboration in Both Clinical and Simulation Operations”
Charnetski, M. MS, NRP, CHSOS, CHSE; Darak, K. DNP(c), MSN, RN, CNL, CCRN, CPN; Singleton, M. MSN, ARNP; Tennent, K. DNP(c), MSC, MPH, BSN; Fussell, M. MD, MBA 
INACSL 2021

Presentations:
“The Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best Practice: A Discussion of the New and Revised Standards/Closing Remarks”
Watts, P;  Luctkar-Flude, M; Bowler, F; Hallmark, B; McDermott, D; Miller, C; Decker, S; Rossler, K; Charnetski, M; Persico, L; McMahon, E; Molloy, M; Brown, M; Peterson, D; Wells-Beede, E; Shum, C; Hardie, L; Ludlow, J; Meakim, C; Horsley, E
INACSL 2021

“What I Really Want to Do is Direct”
Charnetski, M.D., Crawford, S., Lioce, L.
INACSL  2021

“Cultural Considerations in IPE”
Charnetski, M.D., Dowell, S., Palaganas J.
MGH Virtual Social Justice Research Conference  2021

“What I Really Want to Do is Direct”
Charnetski, M.D., Crawford, S., Lioce, L.
International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2021

“Escape Rooms: Simulation Based, Healthcare Themed, Gamification, and You”
Charnetski, M.D., Byrd, K., Lioce, L., Dadaleares, T.
SimGHOSTS USA/Global Experience 2020

“Understanding How To Organize, Build, and Maintain a Strong Simulation Center Staff: Lessons from the Operations and Directors Perspective”
Crawford, S., Steer, K., Charnetski, M.D., Sekandarpoor, F.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“Introduction to Educational Theory for Simulation Professionals”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“Logistics and Planning for Mass Casualty Event Simulation”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“Operational Considerations for Standardized Patient Programming”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“Introduction to Assessment in Simulation”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“The Exciting World of In Situ Simulation”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS Saudi Arabia 2020

“Escape Rooms and TeamSTEPPS: A Model for Pre-Clinical Teaching”
Charnetski, M.D., Byrd, K., McMasters, H.
International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2020

“Introduction to Educational Theory for Simulation Professionals”
Charnetski, M.D.
SimGHOSTS 2019

“Logistics and Planning for Simulated Mass Casualty Events”
Charnetski, M.D. and Enfinger, W.
SimGHOSTS 2019

“Operational Considerations for Standardized Patient Programming”
Charnetski, M.D. and Lioce, L.
SimGHOSTS 2019

“Introduction to Research and Assessment for the Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist”
Charnetski, M.D. and Lioce, L.
SimGHOSTS 2019

“Fundamentals of Simulation for Pre-Hospital Education”
Charnetski, M.D. and Whitaker, T.
Special Operations Medical Association Scientific Assembly    2019

“Reflectivity and Creativity – Professional Development for the Simulation Operations Specialist”
Charnetski, M.D.
Human Patient Simulation Network World 2019

“Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist Readiness Review”
Charnetski, M.D. and Raechal, L.
International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2019

Curriculum Vitae