Dr. Alasdair Nazerali-Maitland
Clinical Educator Fellow
Dr. Alasdair Nazerali-Maitland is a second-year clinical educator fellow at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES). After being nomadic for many years, he has finally returned home to Vancouver, after stops in London, Kingston and Calgary. Dr. Nazerali-Maitland completed his medical training at the University of London in England and followed that with an internship year within the London Deanery. He then moved to Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario to complete a residency in Internal Medicine, after which he chose to pursue subspecialty training in Critical Care at the University of Calgary. He is enrolled in the Master of Health Professions Education program at Maastricht University. While at CHES Dr. Nazerali-Maitland has been extensively involved in; bedside clinical skills teaching, PBL, clinical reasoning lectures, procedural skills workshops and acute medicine simulation training.
If you can’t find Dr. Nazerali-Maitland in the CHES office, he may be underwater pursuing his PADI Medical Rescue training, hiking up one of Vancouver’s coastal mountains or brushing up on his conversational Japanese.