Teresa Skelton

Teresa Skelton
Lecturer
Anesthesia
Teresa Skelton
Contact Info
T: (416) 813-5460
F: (416) 813-7543
Location
The Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Avenue
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8
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Clinical Interests
global health, simulation, transfusion
Research Interests
blood conservation, simulation, transfusion

Dr. Teresa Skelton is a staff anesthesiologist at the Hospital for Sick Children. She completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of Toronto and holds a master’s degree in public health from Harvard University with a focus in biostatistics. Dr. Skelton's current research interests lie in transfusion medicine and blood conservation. She also has experience in simulation education and educational partnerships in developing countries.

Research/Teaching

Courses

Clinical elective
Simulation, Hospital for Sick Children
Partnership in anesthesia residency education
CASIEF, Rwanda

Publications and Awards

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Recent Publications

  1. Skelton T, Nshimyumuremyi I, Livingston P, Zolpys L, Mukwesi C, Uwineza B. “Low-fidelity simulation to teach anaesthetists’ non-technical skills (ANTS) in Rwanda” Can J Surg 2014 57(3 Suppl 1):abstracts.
  2. Chackungal S, Nickerson JW, Knowlton LM, Black L, Burkle FM, Casey K, Crandell D, Demey D, Di Giacomo LD, Dohlman L, Goldstein J, Gosney JE, Ikeda K, Linden A, Mullaly CM, O’Connell C, Redmond AD, Richards A, Rufsvold R, Santos AL, Skelton T, McQueen K. “Best Practice Guidelines on Surgical Response in Disasters and Humanitarian Emergencies: Report of the 2011 Humanitarian Action Summit Working Group on Surgical Issues within the Humanitarian Space”. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 2011 26(6):429-437.
  3. Knowlton LM, Gosney JE, Chackungal S, Altschuler E, Black L, Burkle FM, Casey K, Crandell D, Demey D, Di Giacomo LD, Dohlman L, Goldstein J, Gosselin R, Ikeda K, Le Roy A, Linden A, Mullaly CM, Nickerson JW, O’Connell C, Redmond AD, Richards A, Rufsvold R, Santos AL, Skelton T, McQueen K. “Consensus Statements Regarding the Multidisciplinary Care of Limb Amputation Patients in Disasters or Humanitarian Emergencies: Report of the 2011 Humanitarian Action Summit Surgical Working Group on Amputations Following Disasters or Conflict”. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 2011 26(6):438-448.

Honours and Awards

Fellow’s teaching award for undergraduate teaching at the Hospital for Sick Children