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Sookyung Park - Faculty
Name : Sookyung Park
Departments : Adult Nursing
Room : 508
E-mail : sookyungpark@korea.ac.kr


RESEARCH FOCUS
Dyspnea, Symptoms, COPD, Critically Ill Patients

EDUCATION
2010-2012 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Post doc Nursing (T32)
2009-2010 University of California, San Francisco Post MS Nursing (ACNP)
2002-2009 University of California, San Francisco PhD Nursing
1999-2001 University of California, San Francisco MS Nursing (CNS)
1990-1994 Yonsei University College of Nursing, Korea BS Nursing

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2010-2012 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Research Project Director
2010-2012 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor T32 Post Doctoral Fellow; Health Promotion/ Risk
Reduction Interventions with Vulnerable Populations Training Grant
2001-2010 Medical/Surgical ICU, UCSF Medical Center, CA Clinical Nurse II
2004-2006 University of California, San Fransisco Graduate Research Assistant
2001 University of California, San Fransisco Teaching Assistant
1994-1999 Medical/Surgical ICU, Severance Hospital, Korea. Staff & Charge Nurse
2006-present American Thoracic Society
2007-present Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Member Nursing

PUBLICATION
Park, S.K., Stotts, N., Douglas, M., & Donesky-Cuenco, D., & Carrieri-Kohlman, V. (2011). Symptoms and functional performance in Korean immigrants with Asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Heart & Lung, Nov 2
Carrieri-Kohlman, V., Donesky-Cuenco, D., Park, S.K., Mackin, L.A., Huong, Q.N., & Paul, S.M. (2010). Additional evidence for the affective dimensions of dyspnea in patients with COPD. Research in Nursing and Health, 33(1), 4-19.

RESEARCH
My area of research focuses on symptom management (especially dyspnea) in people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Specifically, my interest is to test the effect of exercise or physical activity on symptom relief in peopple with COPD.