Michael Joseph Diño, a second-year Ph.D. student at the Johns Hopkins University, is the President of the Phi Gamma Chapter (the first and only virtual chapter) of the Sigma International Honor Society in Nursing, and the Director for Research Development and Innovation Center of the Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela City, Philippines. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) and former member of its Advisory Board for Health and Medicine in the Asia Pacific Region. He is an alumnus of the ICN’s Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI), Sigma’s Experienced Faculty Leadership Academy (ENFLA), and currently part of AACN’s GNSA, Digital Innovators program. He is Sigma Nursing’s 2019 Emerging Nurse Researcher awardee, Turnitin’s Academic Integrity Ambassador, and a Philippine National Research Council’s Research and Development (RD) Leader for immersive reality for disaster response program (University of the Philippines). He is currently leading several projects on Fourth Industrial Revolution Technologies for health. His dissertation paper focuses on Humanoid Technologies and Robotics in Nursing.
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