Dr. Jesse Guscott CFPC(FPA)
Course Director Dr. Jesse Guscott is a rural generalist and award winning medical educator. His ever evolving clinical practice has included Anesthesia, Emergency and Hospitalist medicine. A passionate educator, he is the long standing Program Director for the McMaster Family Practice Anesthesia resident training program and he is the Simulation Program Director at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital. Jesse has been involved in simulation education since 2008 as a debriefer, curriculum developer and simulation faculty instructor. He is a core faculty member for the NOSM Anesthesia boot camp and he teaches a number of CME courses including AIME and The Hemodynamic Instability Course.
A popular conference speaker, Jesse presents at a variety of Regional and National conferences for generalists, emergency medicine and anesthesia providers on topics including emergency airway management, crisis resource management and rural trauma care. His conference presentations include North York General Emergency Medicine Update, Ontario Anesthesia Meeting, Society of Rural Physicians of Canada Rural and Remote, UBC Family Practice Anesthesia Refresher and Lower and Upper Canada Anesthesia Society. He is most at home when debriefing simulation.
Dr. Gregg Bolton CFPC(EM)
Lead instructor, Dr. Bolton is a full time Emergency Medicine physician and occasional Hospitalist at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital. He has a keen interest in Resuscitation and Trauma Medicine, and is a certified ACLS instructor and a CASTED course instructor. His simulation interests include Crisis Resource Management principles and developing techniques specifically for the unique challenges of rural and smaller hospitals.
Jessica Metheral RRT
Jessica Metheral is a Registered Respiratory Therapist at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital. Jessica is an NRP Instructor and central to the interdisciplinary CGMH newborn care team simulation program. She has been a part of the simulation program at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital since its inception and is the program’s lead simulation technologist.