A team of residents from McMaster took home the top prize in the latest Canadian Anesthesia Society simulation competition.
Justine Denomme, Scott McCusker and Jeff Overington were on the winning team of the CAS Residents' Section Simulation Olympics. They share a prize of $3,000.
Eight teams of residents from anesthesia programs across the country competed for the honour. Residents from Ottawa and Dalhousie universities took second and third place respectively.
Karen Raymer, program director of the anesthesiology residency training program, said the win is a tremendous accomplishment and a credit to McMaster's clinical and academic training, simulation program, and most importantly, to the excellence of its residents.