No stranger to hard work and pushing personal boundaries, Nadim Lalani came to Canada from Kenya in 1991. With undergraduate degrees in Biology and Anthropology, he made his way into the medical field initially as an ER volunteer and then a nurses aid. Upon finishing medical school in 2004, he completed a Royal College Residency in Emergency Medicine.
Nadim completed his residency training with additional credentials in Adult Education and online learning in 2009. He then moved to Saskatoon to co-found the Royal College Emergency Medicine post-graduate training program for Emergency Medicine specialists. He was one of the first Royal College Emergency specialists to practise in Saskatchewan and was the Assistant Program Director for this stand-out program that trained Emergency Medicine Specialists for the province of Saskatchewan. As a testament to his talent – in a few short years – Nadim received several awards for his contributions to teaching and mentorship regionally and nationally. Not satisfied with being a top medical educator, Nadim obtained a certificate in coaching and began coaching doctors at all levels of their professional spectrum. He is now a practising ER physician and faculty member at the Cummings School of Medicine.
His extensive education and rich experience have equipped Nadim with the medical lens to understand the pain points of medical professionals at all levels of training and practise. As a founding partner and Chief Medical Officer of CNK Tech, Nadim builds the tools and training curriculum for the company’s DoctoRevolution platform, which is designed to support medical physicians in their personal and professional growth journey.