Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour , July 21, 2021 - Saint John
Opening of long-term care simulation lab
Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Trevor Holder recently joined officials from the University of New Brunswick (UNB) and other partners at the opening of the Long-Term Care Simulation Lab at Loch Lomond Villa in Saint John. The UNB-led project, which the province is supporting through WorkingNB, will give researchers a better understanding of how to prevent the spread of illnesses like COVID-19 among long-term care residents. From left: Holder; Laura Richard, director of research, New Brunswick Innovation Foundation; Leah Carr, acting co-CEO, New Brunswick Health Research Foundation; David MaGee, vice-president research, UNB; Rose McCloskey, professor of nursing and health sciences, UNB, project lead; Petra Hauf, vice-president, Saint John, UNB; Wayne Long, MP for Saint John-Rothesay; Cindy Donovan, CEO, Loch Lomond Villa; and Ian Randall, operations manager (New Brunswick), Bird Construction.