Tina Chuck has extensive healthcare experience and holds a Master of Public Health degree, with more than 18 years of experience working in areas of research, infection prevention, administration, policy writing, and learning and development. Her personal passion is to be a driving force in quality and process improvement and to help reduce disparities in healthcare.
She currently is the director of the Office of Research Policy and Training at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research at Northwell Health. In this role, Tina has spent the last nine years centralizing and overseeing the development, implementation, evaluation, and maintenance of research policies and research learning and development programs to meet regulatory, industry, and institutional standards that govern safe, responsible, and ethical conduct of research.
She describes herself as an accidental instructional designer and is self-taught on adult learning methodologies and technologies. Tina’s broad experience has allowed her to collaborate within various settings including hospitals, advocacy organizations, and managed care and see issues from the perspectives of the communities and healthcare professionals. As a mother of a child on the autism spectrum, she truly understands that everyone is different and learns differently—a valuable lesson she applies at home and at work.