About the Speaker​



Specialist, Centre of Innovation in Medical Education

The Aga Khan University (AKU), Pakistan

Mr Saleem Shahbuddin is a Specialist at the Centre of Innovation in Medical Education (CIME), a simulation centre at the Aga Khan University, Pakistan. Saleem is responsible for looking after technological operations of healthcare simulation, helping users to design scenarios and providing technical support during the actual simulation exercise. He also supervises the preventive and breakdown maintenance programme designed for medium and high fidelity simulators, as well as the medical equipment used in simulation environments. Beside the core activity of equipment management and user support, Saleem also facilitates as faculty/presenter at the courses offered by CIME, covering topics such as scenario design, using various platforms offered by the manikin vendors.

Saleem also leads a team in working with faculty members to design custom simulators/phantoms to meet the course requirements. Some of the team's ongoing projects include cardiac surgery simulators, porta catheter phantoms, smart BLS systems and mobile ICUs. The team also works closely with the relevant faculty to create simulated and realistic environments. 

Speaker's Session:

The Clinical Simulation Centre as A Test Bed for Innovation & Development
Date: 24 October 2019 (Thu)  | Time: 1510 - 1640 | Location: Academia, Level 2, L2-S2


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