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Julianne Stickley Perretta, M.S.
Manager of Manikin and Procedural Skills and Lead Simulation Educator, Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center
Instructor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
Research Interests: Resuscitation; Simulation; Ventilation; Respiratory system
Julianne Perretta is an instructor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on respiratory care.
Ms. Perretta serves as the manager of manikin and procedural skills and lead simulation educator for the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center.
Ms. Perretta received her B.A. in respiratory therapy from Indiana University of Pennsylvania/West Penn Hospital School of Respiratory Care. She earned her M.S. in education at Johns Hopkins.
She was previously a neonatal respiratory therapist, respiratory care educator and co-chair of the respiratory care services performance improvement committee for The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
- Manager of Manikin and Procedural Skills and Lead Simulation Educator, Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center
- Instructor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
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Centers & Institutes
- B.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania) (2001)
- M.S., Johns Hopkins University (Maryland) (2007)
Research & Publications
Dr. Perretta’s research interests include improving the quality of resuscitation training, exploring the use of patient simulation for hospital staff training, and advancing the quality of respiratory and mechanical ventilation simulation.