Dr. Nori Bradley
Nori Bradley completed medical school in Toronto and General Surgery residency at UBC. She stayed in Vancouver for a Royal College fellowship in Critical Care Medicine, and then went to the University of Texas at Houston for a Traumatology Fellowship at the Red Duke Trauma Institute/Memorial Hermann Hospital. During residency, she also completed a Master’s of Science in Health Care Quality and Patient Safety at Northwestern University in Chicago. She has formal training in simulation education and participates in multidisciplinary simulation courses and programs. Nori is an ATLS Educator, Instructor for several American College of Surgeons Courses, including ASSET(c) , BEST(c), and Ultasound for the General Surgeon(c). Her current research includes optimizing inter-hospital communication during transfer of trauma patients in BC, evaluating the impact of damage control laparotomy, and assessing the effects of retained missiles. Nori is an Intensivist and Site Medical Director for Organ Donation at Royal Columbian Hospital, and a Trauma and Acute Care Surgeon at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.