Paul Kulyk is an Orthopaedic Surgery resident at the University of Saskatchewan. He has several years of research and development experience in the telecommunications industry. His interests include trauma and technology integration in medical education. He is currently studying Biomedical Engineering in Bern, Switzerland as part of the Clinical Investigator Program.
Paul Olszynski is a staff Emergency Physician at Saskatoon Health Region and Clinical Assistant Professor at the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Medical Education Administration through the College of Education at the U of S.
His interests include Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) in emergency medicine and Simulation in medical education.
Cam Auser is a Computer Science student at the University of
Saskatchewan, in his third year of a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Computer
Science. He is a graduate of the Computer Systems Technology diploma program
at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and joined the edus2 team in early 2016. His
interests include software development and maintenance, and hardware
development for the edus2 project.
We would like thank Drs. Rob Woods, Nadim Lalani, Martin Betz, James Stempien and Mark Wahba of the Saskatoon Emergency Department for their valuable feedback and support. Many thanks to Debbie Briere for her help integrating this into the University of Saskatchewan simulation lab.
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