Lacre | Leslie Flynn, MEd, MMus, MD, CCFP, 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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Leslie Flynn, MEd, MMus, MD, CCFP, FRCPC

After receiving her undergraduate degree in Music from Queen’s University and a Master’s in Music from the University of Toronto, Dr. Flynn returned to Queen’s where she received her MD in 1987 and undertook her postgraduate medical education training. She became certified as a Family Physician and subsequently as a Psychiatrist commencing her academic career at Queen’s University. She has held roles as Director of Continuing Medical Education, Postgraduate Program Director and the Director of Psychotherapy in the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Flynn held the role of Associate Dean of Postgraduate Medical Education at Queen’s University from 2003-2010. She is a Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, as well as the Vice-Dean, Education in the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Dr. Flynn has received departmental awards for Excellent Leadership in Education and the Annual Staff Excellence in Teaching Award. She has conducted research in Physician Health, the role of Health Advocate, Interprofessional Education and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. She is currently engaged in the Queen’s transition to Competency Based Medical Education and its implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Action Plan recommendations for health professions education. She is a Clinician Educator with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.