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Faculty Bio
Marc Code
DNP, CRNA

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

2012- Present - Director, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

2009 - Present - Associate Director, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

2007 - Present - Assistant Professor, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

EDUCATION:

2014 DNP Nursing Student Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA

2002 M.S. Nursing Samuel Merritt University Oakland, CA

1995 B.S. Biology University of California, Physiology Option Fresno, CA

1980 Diploma Nursing LAC-USC School of Nursing, Los Angeles, CA

Teaching Interest

Simulation Design for Best Learning Outcomes

Simulation Outcomes for Skills, Recall student's perception of confidence as a result of participation in the simulation activity
 

Courses Taught

2014 - Present Lecturer: Basic Principles of Anesthesia I (N651), Professional Aspects (N659)

2006 – 2014 Lecturer: Basic Principles of Anesthesia I (N651), Basic Principles of Anesthesia II (N655)

2007 – Present Oral Exam Committee Member: Comprehensive Exams

2007 – Present Simulation Team Member

2008 – Present Lecturer: Pediatric Review for Senior Residents

2008 – Present Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Clinical Anesthesia for Podiatry Residents

2009 – Present Lecturer: Thoracic Anatomy, Use of the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope

2009 – Present Guest Lecturer: Conducting the Oral Exam and Basic Airway Management, Physicians Assistant Program
 

Peer Reviewed Publications

2006 – Present, Guest Speaker: Annual “ACLS Update and Review, Simulated Code Blue, Conscious Sedation”: Halcyon Surgery Center

2009 - Present, Guest Speaker, ACLS Update, Review, Malignant Hyperthermia, Simulated Code Blue: Templeton Surgery Center

1999 Guest Speaker: Anesthesia Review: Kaiser Permanente PACU Nurses Conference of Northern California

2002 Guest Speaker: Conscious Sedation: Southeast Arizona Medical Center

2002 Guest Speaker: Latex Hypersensitivity: Southeast Arizona Medical Center

Other Publications

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at AANA 2014 Nurse Anesthesia  Congress, Orlando, FL. 

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at Sigma Theta Tau International’s 25th International Nursing Research Congress, Hong Kong, China.  Abstract available at Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository.

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at International Medical Simulation in Healthcare Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships

American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Council on Recertification (1998-present, card furnished upon request) California Board of Registered Nursing Nurse Anesthetist (1998-present, card furnished upon request) California Board of Registered Nursing (1980-present, card furnished upon request) American Heart Association Certified Instructor - Basic Cardiac Life Support (2010) Certified Instructor - Advanced Cardiac Life Support (2010) Certified Instructor - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (2010)

Contact Info

Name
Marc Code
DNP, CRNA
Title
Assistant Professor, Director
Department
MSN Nurse Anesthesia
Email

Faculty Profile

Marc Code
Marc
Code
DNP, CRNA
Assistant Professor, Director
MSN Nurse Anesthesia
mcode@samuelmerritt.edu
510-869-6821

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

2012- Present - Director, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

2009 - Present - Associate Director, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

2007 - Present - Assistant Professor, Program of Nurse Anesthesia, Samuel Merritt University

EDUCATION:

2014 DNP Nursing Student Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA

2002 M.S. Nursing Samuel Merritt University Oakland, CA

1995 B.S. Biology University of California, Physiology Option Fresno, CA

1980 Diploma Nursing LAC-USC School of Nursing, Los Angeles, CA

Simulation Design for Best Learning Outcomes

Simulation Outcomes for Skills, Recall student's perception of confidence as a result of participation in the simulation activity
 

2014 - Present Lecturer: Basic Principles of Anesthesia I (N651), Professional Aspects (N659)

2006 – 2014 Lecturer: Basic Principles of Anesthesia I (N651), Basic Principles of Anesthesia II (N655)

2007 – Present Oral Exam Committee Member: Comprehensive Exams

2007 – Present Simulation Team Member

2008 – Present Lecturer: Pediatric Review for Senior Residents

2008 – Present Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Clinical Anesthesia for Podiatry Residents

2009 – Present Lecturer: Thoracic Anatomy, Use of the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope

2009 – Present Guest Lecturer: Conducting the Oral Exam and Basic Airway Management, Physicians Assistant Program
 

2006 – Present, Guest Speaker: Annual “ACLS Update and Review, Simulated Code Blue, Conscious Sedation”: Halcyon Surgery Center

2009 - Present, Guest Speaker, ACLS Update, Review, Malignant Hyperthermia, Simulated Code Blue: Templeton Surgery Center

1999 Guest Speaker: Anesthesia Review: Kaiser Permanente PACU Nurses Conference of Northern California

2002 Guest Speaker: Conscious Sedation: Southeast Arizona Medical Center

2002 Guest Speaker: Latex Hypersensitivity: Southeast Arizona Medical Center

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at AANA 2014 Nurse Anesthesia  Congress, Orlando, FL. 

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at Sigma Theta Tau International’s 25th International Nursing Research Congress, Hong Kong, China.  Abstract available at Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository.

Code, M., Bhatnager, M.S., & Burkard, J.F. (2014, July).  Too anxious to learn?  Should the ongoing debriefing technique be amongst the best practices in simulation?  Poster presented at International Medical Simulation in Healthcare Conference, San Francisco, CA.

American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Council on Recertification (1998-present, card furnished upon request) California Board of Registered Nursing Nurse Anesthetist (1998-present, card furnished upon request) California Board of Registered Nursing (1980-present, card furnished upon request) American Heart Association Certified Instructor - Basic Cardiac Life Support (2010) Certified Instructor - Advanced Cardiac Life Support (2010) Certified Instructor - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (2010)

History

Member for
8 years 7 months