About Blair Lindsay
Blair Lindsay ACP, BHSc, MA is the Simulation Educator at the School of Health and Public Safety at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology's Centre for Advanced Patient Care Simulation, where realistic patient care challenges are created to immerse students in a safe learning environment, preparing medical professionals for critical care situations they will someday face in practice.
He completed his Master of Arts at Royal Roads University with a major paper on the use of high-fidelity patient simulation to teach and evaluate critical thinking in Paramedic students, and currently teaches in SAIT's EMR, Paramedic and Respiratory Therapy programs. He has spoken internationally at conferences regarding Patient Simulation, Human Factors Science and Communication in Crisis and is the author of several articles on issues in Prehospital Care. He has extensive experience in curriculum design and program accreditation.
Prior to his career in teaching, Blair spent twenty years working as a Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Airdrie.
Growing up in Montreal in a house filled with books inspired a life-long love of reading and storytelling. Blair's novels are available on Amazon.