Tresa Kaur Dusaj, PhD, RN-BC, CNE, CHSE, CTN-A, has joined the School of Nursing as a faculty program director and is responsible for faculty, curriculum revisions, and assessment/evaluation and course management for the BSN program. She also coordinates the undergraduate courses in nursing informatics and leadership and management.
Her research stems from her dissertation investigating the effects of video assisted debriefing following a high fidelity human patient simulation. Her other research interests include online learning, diversity, adolescent obesity, and women’s health. She believes in uniting informatics and technology to develop innovative teaching strategies for the classroom, online, and clinical settings and has disseminated her research findings via peer reviewed articles, posters, and podium presentations. She serves as a column editor for CSIN (Clinical Simulation in Nursing) and a senior editor for OJIN (Online Journal of Nursing Informatics).
Dusaj currently resides in New Jersey with her husband and daughter. Her hobbies include scrapbooking, playing board games, and gardening.