Gerry Gormley was appointed Chair of Simulation and Clinical Skills in the Centre for Medical Education (CME), Queen’s University, Belfast. In this role, he strives for excellence in developing competent, caring and critical thinking health and social care professionals. As a General Practitioner, he brings a broad view to simulation and its many roles in health and social care with focus in extending simulation into mental health area. He draws upon theory and contemporaneous health and social care needs, to guide his simulation related practice and research. Expertise in person-centered care, social justice and how simulation can help learners-agentively transform themselves & the world around them.