Top 10 After 10: Dr. Danielle Shafiepour Top 10 After 10: Dr. Danielle Shafiepour February 11, 2022Alumni Dr. Danielle Shafiepour graduated from Bishop’s with an Honours B.Sc. in Biochemistry in 2006 when she was also awarded the Governor General’s Silver Medal Graduation Prize. She continued her education as an Anesthesia resident at McGill University where she earned an M.D., C.M., followed by certification in Anesthesia by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and finally a Thoracic Anesthesia Fellowship at theUniversity of Toronto. During the COVID crisis, Danielle was part of a team that developed a simulation task force at the Montreal General Hospital to facilitate pooling of resources and led hospital-wide simulation sessions to prepare for the management of COVID patients. She organized, executed, and debriefed faculty simulation sessions in the operating room, intensive care unit, emergency room and the wards. Her professional accomplishments also include the integral role she played as the “CBD lead,” transitioning the anesthesia residency program into the new “competence by design” model mandated by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Currently, as Leader and Director of Simulation at the Junior Resident Orientation Program, an integral part of McGill’s Residency Program in Anesthesia, Danielle coordinates the curriculum development, organization, and execution of the two- month annual program.