Alim Nagji – Leadership in Teaching & Learning Fellowship | McMaster University

Interview with Dr. Alim Nagji.

Why is this research important?

The vast majority of simulation research is done within academic hospitals. Community hospitals can benefit from simulation curriculum by improving teaching opportunities which in turn can lead to retention and recruitment of new clinicians and improving patient outcomes through enhanced preparation for uncommon, high stakes scenarios.

How are you tackling this problem?

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  1. Bravo Alim! Hazar Imam, Aga Khan IV, has called teaching a noble profession. I beleive that this is the cue you are responding to!

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