Lacre | Dr. Marcio Gomes (Canadá), MD, PhD, MHPE candidate, FRCPC
LACRE (Latin American Conference on Residency Education) puede ser considerado como un foro para las Américas, orientado a quienes estén involucrados en el proceso de formación de residentes. El objetivo principal es ofrecer un espacio para compartir ideas, desafíos, innovaciones y experiencias en entrenamiento avanzado. El LACRE está dirigido a todos los interesados en los procesos de enseñanza, aprendizaje y evaluación de residentes en Latinoamérica.
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Dr. Marcio Gomes (Canadá), MD, PhD, MHPE candidate, FRCPC

Pathologist, Head of thoracic pathology at The Ottawa Hospital, and an Associate Professor and Distinguished Teacher of the University of Ottawa.

Dr. Gomes is also a clinician educator of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). His main areas of interest in medical education are competency-based education, workplace-based assessment, continuing professional development and interprofessional education. Dr. Gomes has developed many educational innovations and received several teaching and education awards, including the 2010 Award of Excellence and Innovation in Postgraduate Medical Education by the University of Ottawa, the 2014 Professional Association of Residents of Ontario (PARO) Clinical Teaching Award, and the Leadership in Education Award of the Canadian Association of Pathologists CAP-ACP in 2017. He is currently doing a Masters in Health Professions Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago supported by the 2017 RCPSC Robert Maudsley Fellowship for Studies in Medical Education.