Dr. Paul Labelle, MD CCFP
Emergency physician recently awarded the community faculty member of the year by our EM residents (2015), Paul is a tremendous bedside teacher and instructor. He has taught with both the EDE and EDE2 courses as well as being a key instructor at SASKSONO. He brings with him years of EM experience and a passion for clinician performed ultrasound in emergency medicine.
Dr. Paul Olszynski, MD MEd CCFP (EM)
Emergency physician and Director of ED Ultrasound in the Saskatoon Health Region, Paul has recently been appointed Director of Undergraduate Ultrasound Education (known more affectionately as ‘u/s-guided med ed’) at the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. Paul dove into clinician performed ultrasound shortly after completing residency training and hasn’t looked back. Now a bedside instructor for both basic and advanced ultrasound courses, co-developer of an ultrasound simulator for High Fidelity Simulations (www.edus2.com), and equipped with a Masters in Education Administration, he is excited about advancing Clinician Performed Ultrasound at the U of S.
(Member and Chair of the Undergraduate Ultrasound Advisory Group at the College of Medicine)
Dr. Mark Taylor, MD, RDMS, FRCP EM,
Emergency physician from the first graduating cohort of the University of Saskatchewan’s FRCPC Emergency Medicine residency program. Mark completed a Point-Of-Care Ultrasound fellowship at the University of Ottawa and successfully obtained his Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer credentials from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography in 2014. He has instructed for both the EDE and EDE II courses and has POCUS-related publications in the ‘Emergency Medicine Journal’ and the journal ‘Ultrasound’. He’s very excited to be a part of the future of POCUS in Saskatchewan
Dr. Rob Woods, MD MMEd FRCPC (EM)
Emergency physician and program director of the Royal College EM program at the U of S, Rob is an enthusiastic teacher and EM sonologist. He has played a major role in ensuring the success of Clinician Performed Ultrasound training at the University of Saskatchewan and is looking forward to working with students, residents and staff for its advancement.