Lacre | Goals
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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Goals

Main objective and learning

The Latin American Congress on Residency Education (LACRE) is a forum for the Americas, focused on people involved in the formative process of residents. The main goal is to offer a space to share ideas, challenges, innovations and experiences of advanced training.

At the end of the LACRE, participants will be able to:

  • Describe best practices and research on residency education including aspects related to their clinical work.
  • Describe new initiatives in competency-based education and the effect on the teaching process, independent learning and assessment of residents.
  • Describe new approaches to promote excellence through the implementation of different teaching methods and assessment in residency programs.
  • Understand the importance of curriculum development based on the CanMEDS competencies in residency programs in Latin America.
  • Understand the relationship between residency education, quality, equity, and safety related to patient care.
  • Know initiatives to promote universal coverage and quality in residency formation, centered on the health needs of Latin American countries.