Keystonians and MASCS graduates celebrated at the 2016 SIM Expo

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Keystonians and MASCS graduates celebrated at the 2016 SIM Expo
Tue, October 11
SIM-one honoured the achievements of current and past graduates—certified simulationists—at the 2016 SIM Expo held on October 5-7 in Toronto.
 
Rajani Vairavanathan, from the University of Toronto and Toronto East General Hospital, and Ryan Brown, from Emergency Medical Care Inc. in Nova Scotia, join the growing list of Keystones of Healthcare Simulation Program graduates. This year also welcomes Audrey Gottlieb from The Michener Institute of Education at UHN for completing the MASCS (Mastering the Artistic Side of Clinical Simulation) Certificate Program.
 
SIM-one is also proud to welcome past graduates who couldn’t previously attend past ceremonies. A big thank you to the graduates, alumni and current course participants.
 
Stay tuned for a complete recap of SIM Expo next week.
 
Photo:  Dr. Bruce Ballon, Director of Education at SIM-one, kicks off the awards ceremony held at the 2016 SIM Expo
 
Photo: (from left to right) Dr. Bruce Ballon with 2016 MASCS Graduate Audrey Gottlieb and Jansen Koh, a past Keystones graduate from Changi General Hospital in Singapore.
 
Photo:  Louise Moir from Canadore College accepts her MASCS trophy and certificate from Dr. Bruce Ballon.

 

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