Simulation Coordinator Jessica Ockimey received a Staff Performing Over the Top (SPOT) award in December for her initiative in finding a replacement (from the University of Maryland) for the School’s non-working Sim Baby. Her effort ensured that a pediatric course ran smoothly and started on time. Diane Aschenbrenner, the faculty member who nominated Ockimey for the award, said that “Jessica doesn’t have a cape, but I think she was truly a hero that day for all of those students and faculty.”
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