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 SAMIRA WAHAB

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ABOUT

Throughout my life, I’ve approached every challenge with enthusiasm, creativity, and a ceaseless desire to achieve success. 
I have graduated from the Masters of Health Sciences program in Health Informatics. My research is geared towards finding existing gaps and using simulation to help improve learning practices and performance outcomes in the healthcare field. Currently, my research focuses on working with medical laboratory technicians and using simulation to improve learning practices and enhance performance outcomes.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

TEACHING ASSISTANT, ONTARIO TECH UNIVERSITY

August 2020 - August 2022

  • Assist faculty members by performing teaching or teaching-related duties.

  • Evaluate and grade examination, assignments, or papers, and record grades.

  • Schedule and maintain office hours to meet with students. 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, ONTARIO TECH UNIVERSITY

February 2020 - July 2020

  • Researched and collected data through complex techniques using various software programs and library databases. 

  • Screened articles, interpreted, synthesized and analyzed data 

  • Wrote up and edited a section for a publication.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, ONTARIO TECH UNIVERSITY

September 2020 - January 2020

  • Assisted and supported Professor in their day-to-day tasks.  

  • Efficiently Inputted data into a software system

  • Conducted research for Professor regarding specific tasks. 

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EDUCATION

MASTER'S OF HEALTH SCIENCES

September 2020 - August 2022
Ontario Tech University

successfully graduated from a Masters of Health Sciences program in Health Informatics. I Have published several journal articles in health care simulation, and two research articles in which I was the leading author.

BACHELOR'S OF HEALTH SCIENCES (HONOURS)

September 2016 - June 2020
Ontario Tech University

Interdisciplinary focus on examining physiological, sociological, and epidemiological perspectives on major health issues. Developed fundamental knowledge related to human health and disease, including anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and microbiology,

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"If you want something you've never had, you must be willing to do something you've never done"

Thomas Jefferson

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