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Trevor Hall

Director, Operations

Trevor Hall, B.Comm, BScN, RN, MSc (Disaster Medicine), Fellow (Quality Improvement), Fellow (Biosecurity). 

Trevor is a safe systems leader and has applied experience in reducing risk, managing emergencies, service and systems design, preparedness and evaluation. He has had involvement with simulations at the institution, Pan-Canadian and international level. Trevor assists health service and security providers, intergovernmental organizations and countries to build safety into systems and decrease variability within emergency response.

Trevor is registered nurse, has worked as a firefighter, and is trained as an emergency communicator (911 operator) and an advanced HAZMAT Life Support Provider and Instructor. Academically, Trevor holds a Master of Science in Disaster Medicine, a Business degree, Nursing degree, is a Fellow of Quality Improvement (University of Toronto), and Bio-Security (John Hopkins Centre for Health Security).

Trevor has held leadership positions within Canada's largest trauma centre, provided system risk reduction oversight for health service providers within the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and has led Canada's first mobile field hospital where he managed complexity and reduced risk while welcoming Canada's new Syrian-Canadian residents and provided crisis support to First Nations. Trevor worked with a team to build simulation and training around the management of ebola patients. Trevor is currently Co-Chair of the 2017 World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine Congress to be held in Toronto, April 25-28.

Trevor is an advocate and resource for quality improvement science, including lean methodologies and human factors engineering. His interests are in high-consequence decision-making, complexity science and engineering safe systems.

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