Asst. Prof. Dr. Jefferson Garcia Guerrero has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in nursing and holds his doctorate degree in nursing science. His field focuses on Critical Care Nursing, Trauma and Medical Emergencies, and Emergency and Disaster Management. He is currently working as Assistant Professor of Critical Care Nursing at Fakeeh College for Medical Science in Jeddah. He worked as Assistant Professor for Medical Sciences at Al-Ghad International College for Applied Medical Sciences in the field of Nursing, EMS and MIT. He started his career as a staff nurse trainee at the Philippine Orthopedic Center. He enters the academe as a lecturer and clinical instructor at the Delos Santos College of Nursing, after 2 years, he was chosen to be the Program Coordinator for the Nursing Department and Program Director of the Caregiving Department at the same time. Later on, appointed to be the Dean of the College of Nursing at the age of 26 and acknowledged by the Association of the Dean of Philippine Colleges of Nursing as a member. He also worked as a Program Director and Consultant of Asian Development Foundation College of Nursing. He finished his bachelor's degree in nursing at the Metropolitan Hospital College of Nursing, he pursues his master's degree at the Trinity University of Asia where he gains the degree of Master of Arts in Nursing major in Nursing Administration and Education. He continued and finished his first doctoral degree, Doctor of Nursing Science (DNS) at St. Paul University in the Philippines and finally received his second doctoral degree Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science (Ph.D) in the same university.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Jefferson Garcia Guerrero’s research interest focuses on the psychological and psychosocial effects on individuals who experiences traumatic events, long-term nursing care practices, end of life care and wound care.