Anaphylaxis training coming to simulation centre
Researchers at St Michael’s have developed a first-of-its-kind simulation for allergy and immunology residents to practise treating anaphylaxis. Dr. Stephen Betschel, program director for clinical immunology and allergy, came up with the idea for the simulation and received $6,000 for the project from the University of Toronto’s Department of Medicine Innovation Fund. Residents will do the simulation four times (twice a year) during their rotation at St. Michael’s.
(Source: St. Michael's Hospital)