Dr. Jandryle U Trondillo is a development research scholar who ventured to a promising nursing and trainer role in United Kingdom in early 2017 after serving as Diagnostic Laboratory Consultant in a multinational in vitro diagnostics company for 5 years and adjunct faculty in a university from his hometown. Being one of the youngest PhD graduates in his batch, Jandryle still craves for further growth through continuing education while at the same time doing his first love and passion - nursing. He successfully completed Harvard Medical School’s Southeast Asia Healthcare Leadership Program (HMS-SEAL) after being funded in early 2018 by Harvard Medical School with distinction in his capstone project about mentoring in the context of social care. Currently, he landed another funding to expand his skills in leadership and management from Hult International Business School to pursue Executive education in Master of Business Administration. He has the dedication to contribute to the body of knowledge, generate evidence-based output through research, and improve his existing knowledge and skills through life-long learning. In line with his passion for learning and growth, he is involved in numerous continuing education undertaking at work and currently finishing his trainer and management courses. He contributed a number of papers in the international community and been actively involved in improving the quality of research output as peer reviewer in a number of international publications. Currently, he serves as interim Director-International and Finance Committee chair of Sigma’s Phi Gamma Chapter and has been an active member and chapter leader since 2014. Moreover, he is also a member and fellow of the International Society for Quality in Health Care and an accredited learning representative of the Royal College of Nursing after being nominated as one of his organisation’s first cohort of representatives. He is a qualified nurse in the Philippines and United Kingdom with specialty accreditation as Nephrology Nurse awarded by the Board of Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines. With his extensive experience in renal nursing, he was involved in a very successful project at work to pioneer home hemodialysis in the nursing home setting - the first of its kind in the whole organisation.
Dr. Jandryle U Trondillo research interests include probabilistic modeling, measurement and evaluation, structural equations modeling, and building newer sensibilities in health and social science.