CEN PhD RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
433 First Avenue
New York, NY 10010
Richard Dorritie's additional information
Richard Dorritie is a clinical assistant professor. He received a PhD in nursing from Columbia University, BS in nursing from Hunter-Bellevue school of nursing, and an AAS in nursing from Borough of Manhattan Community College.
His research interests are the intersection of poverty and racism with the quality and safety of surgical care. Dorritie’s professional activities are focused on developing and advancing nurses as leaders as a member of the NYS Nurses on Boards Coalition, as well as serving the local chapter of the AORN as a board member.
Prior to joining the faculty at NYU, Dorritie was an associate professor at Helene Fuld College of Nursing, and had completed a teaching fellowship at Columbia’s Center for Teaching and Learning. Dorritie maintains board certification in both emergency and operating room nursing.
PhD, Columbia University School of NursingM. Phil, Columbia University School of NursingB.S., Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing
Association of periOperative Registered NursesEastern Nursing Research SocietyNew York Academy of MedicineSigma Theta Tau InternationalAmerican Nurses Association
Opioid use and misuse in children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer: a systematic review of the literatureFailed retrieving data.
Leading for change: Nurses on boardsFailed retrieving data.
Support of nursing homes in infection management varies by US State Departments of HealthFailed retrieving data.
The expansion of National Healthcare Safety Network enrollment and reporting in nursing homes: Lessons learned from a national qualitative studyFailed retrieving data.
Digital imaging of extended criteria donor livers to facilitate placement and utilization.Failed retrieving data.