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Memorial Anesthesiology Medical Education 

RESOURCES, RESEARCH AND (SIMULATED) REALITY

 

Sections

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Oral Exam Preparation

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Memorial Anesthesia Simulation Center
(MASC)

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Memorial Anesthesia Boot Camp

4-day Immersive Simulation-Based Introduction to Memorial's Anesthesia Residency Program.

 

Dr Noel O'Regan, FRCPC (Anesth)
Associate Professor,
Memorial University of Newfoundland

THE SCOOP

I became involved with Simulation and Medical Education in 2007. I started and continue to run the anesthesia departments simulation program (MASC). I have written and edited hundreds of simulation scenarios. I also enjoy pushing the limits moulage and what can be done with low cost innovations. 
I have been involved with preparing our residents for oral exams since 2002. This includes being an examiner with the 'Making a Mark' program from 2005 to 2010 and being a Royal College Examiner from 2010 to 2015.  
I will be using this website to share what I have learned over the years. If you are interested in simulation, oral examination or medical education in general, please subscribe.

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