VII Congreso Internacional de Educación Médica
VI Congreso Internacional de Simulación en Educación Médica

6 al 10 de octubre, 2020

La Educación Médica ante los desafíos de la sociedad

Dr. Tekian is Professor and Director of International Affairs at the Department of Medical Education (DME), and the Associate Dean for the Office of International Education at the College of Medicine, the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).He joined DME in 1992, and is involved in both teaching courses offered in the Master’s of Health Professions Education (MHPE) program and advising graduate students.Dr. Tekian is an internationally recognized scholar and leader in health professions education.He has organized and conducted over 300 workshops in more than 45 countries and 60 cities, as well as presented over 250 keynote addresses nationally and internationally.He has over 120 peer-reviewed publications, and is the Principal Investigator of 15 research and training grants totaling over 5 million U.S. Dollars. He is the primary author of the pioneering book Innovative Simulations for Assessing Professional Competence: From Paper-and-Pencil to Virtual Reality published in 1999. His consultations and workshops have focused on curriculum development, assessment, program evaluation, simulations, and international medical education.He has received numerous honors and awards including the 2012 ASME (Association for the study of Medical Education) Gold Medal Award which is one of the most prestigious international awards in medical education, as well as the highly acclaimed the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 2017.His scholarship in health professions education is reflection in publications in the premiere medical education journals.

David Gordon has been president of the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) since 2015. After qualifying from the University of Cambridge, Professor Gordon held research, academic and clinical appointments in Leicester, Cambridge and London. He was on the staff of the Wellcome Trust, then dean of the medical faculty in Manchester, president of the Association of Medical Schools in Europe and chair of the Council of Heads of Medical Schools in the UK. He left Manchester in 2007 to join WFME, then based in Copenhagen, Denmark and now in Ferney-Voltaire, France, near Geneva.

Dorothy Bakker se graduó de la Escuela de Medicina McMaster en 1990 y completó su Residencia de Medicina Familiar en el Community Health Centre de North Hamilton en 1992. Ha ejercido como Médico Familiar Rural en Port Elgin, Ontario (1992-2001) y como Médico de Salud Estudiantil en Universidad de Guelph (2001-presente). Es Profesora Clínica Asociada en el Departamento de Medicina Familiar y ha desempeñado diversos roles de liderazgo en la Facultad de Medicina Michael G. DeGroote, incluida la Dirección de Asuntos Estudiantiles en el Campus Regional de Waterloo, Directora de McMaster Community & Rural Education (Mac-CARE) y Planificador de Dominio de Competencias Profesionales para el plan de estudios de pregrado de Autoconciencia y Autocuidado. También actúa como tutora, examinadora y asesora de estudiantes.

Dorothy es miembro Ex oficio de la Junta del Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP), recientemente completó una Maestría en Artes en Liderazgo de la Universidad de Guelph y regularmente dirige / codirige charlas y talleres sobre temas como Liderazgo Médico, Bienestar y Autocuidado, Profesionalismo y, más recientemente, Coaching entre Pares. Recibió un Premio de Mentoría de la Escuela de Medicina Michael G. DeGroote del Campus Regional de Waterloo, y recibió el Premio de Médico Familiar Regional del Año del Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) para la Región 3 en 2015.

Ella participa en un coro comunitario, juega tenis y disfruta de ver a sus perros participar en el Royal Dog Show de la Universidad de Guelph College.

Dr. Geneviève Moineau, MD, FRCPC, is President and CEO of the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC).

The AFMC is the academic partnership of Canada’s faculties of medicine, whose mission is to achieve excellence in education, research and care for the health of all Canadians, through collective leadership, expertise and advocacy.

Dr. Moineau is an MD graduate of the University of Ottawa and completed her Pediatric Residency at the University of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. She is on faculty in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Ottawa where she holds the rank of Associate Professor, and practices Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.

Dr. Giulia Bonaminio is the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine.

Her career in medical education has focused on curriculum design and innovation, educational leadership, accreditation, and medical education research and scholarship. She is the recipient of the Association of American Medical College’s CGEA Laureate Award and the International Association of Medical Science Educators’ (IAMSE) Master Scholar Award. She has served as President of both IAMSE and the Society of Directors of Research in Medical Education (SDRME).

Dr. Bonaminio received her MS and PhD in Molecular Genetics from The Ohio State University, completed a post-doctoral fellowship in medical genetics at Stanford University and is a graduate of the Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) fellowship.

As chief academic officer, John E. Prescott, MD, oversees AAMC efforts that prepare and assist deans, faculty leaders, and future physicians for the challenges of 21st century academic medicine. He leads a staff that addresses critical medical school data, administrative, and operational issues; explores new models of successful mission alignment; focuses on key student and faculty issues, and supports medical school accreditation activities.

Prior to joining the AAMC in 2008, Dr. Prescott served as dean of the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine, president and CEO of its faculty practice plan and founding chair of its Department of Emergency Medicine. Before WVU, he was a military physician in the Army for eight years. Dr. Prescott earned his medical and bachelor’s degrees from Georgetown University.

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Julie Hewett, owner of JulNet Solutions, is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelors Degree in Entrepreneurial Management. She has over 25 years of office management experience working with small organizations in the services and manufacturing industries. This broad work experience allowed Julie to develop JulNet Solutions, offering management support services to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and eventually professional non-profit associations.

Since 1998 Julie has been involved in IAMSE for Association Management and Meeting Planning. In 2010 JulNet Solutions got involved in the production of IAMSE’s online journal Medical Science Educator, and her office now offers Editorial Manager Support for the Editor-in-Chief.

Kelly M. Quesnelle, PhD is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. Dr. Quesnelle holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Quesnelle serves as the pharmacology discipline director for the medical program, and as the basic science director of the hematology and oncology course. Dr. Quesnelle’s educational research focuses on assessment outcomes and innovation in the undergraduate medical classroom. She has published work in medical education journals and presented her work at IAMSE and AMEE. In 2018, Dr. Quesnelle was awarded a Medical Education Research & Innovation Challenge Grant from ScholarRx©, and in 2019 she was the recipient of the IAMSE Early Career Award for Excellence in Teaching and Innovation.

Linda Snell MD MHPE FRCPC MACP FRCP (London) is a professor in the Department of Medicine & the Institute for Health Sciences Education at McGill University in Montreal Canada, and Senior Clinician Educator at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. She is active in teaching, education leadership and education research at all levels of medical training. She has served in numerous educational and clinical leadership roles at McGill, the RCPSC, nationally and internationally. In medical education she has presented over 200 invited talks in over 40 countries, and has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, two dozen invited chapters, editorials, and commissioned reports, and over 120 abstracts and posters. She co-authored the CanMEDS 2015 Professional Role and co-edited the most recent CanMEDS competency framework. Her weekly KeyLIME podcast (Key Literature in Medical Education), a medical education journal club, reaches over 10,000 listeners. Her current interests include: faculty development for competency-based education, advanced training for clinician-educators and medical education scholars; learning, teaching & assessing the CanMEDS competencies, in particular the Roles of Professional, Leader and Scholar (teacher); leadership in medical education; and education scholarship. Clinically, Dr. Snell is a consultant in general internal medicine.

M. Brownell Anderson (Brownie) is Vice President, Medical Education, Global Initiatives at the National Board of Medical Examiners, USA. In this capacity, she works with medical schools, and faculty members around the world to better align curriculum outcomes with student assessments and with organizations to improve certification of healthcare professionals and foster a “culture of assessment” internationally.

Prior to joining the NBME, Brownie worked for 27 years at the Association of American Medical Colleges where she served as the Senior Director for Educational Programs. In that role she was responsible for working with the curriculum and evaluation programs of the medical student education programs at all medical schools in the United States. She served as the Executive Secretary for the AAMC’s Group on Educational Affairs(GEA) and the RIME Conference. She directed the Medical School Objectives Project (MSOP), and the Graduation Questionnaire.

Brownie was on the faculty of the Arabian Gulf University for six years and works with the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER).

She is the editor of “Really Good Stuff” a bi-annual collection of reports of medical education innovations, published in the journal, Medical Education. She serves on the editorial boards of the journal, Academic Medicine and Medical Education.

She has published numerous articles on medical education and spoken and taught in many countries and at many national and international conferences. Brownie received her degrees from Washington University and the University of Illinois and was employed at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine from 1978 - 1983.

El Dr. Marcio Gomes es médico patólogo, Jefe de Patología Torácica en el Hospital de Ottawa, profesor asociado y docente distinguido en la Universidad de Ottawa.
El Dr. Gomes también es educador clínico del Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). Trabaja en la unidad de especialidades donde trabaja con los expertos de contenido para desarrollar los currículos y métodos de evaluación de las áreas emergentes de la medicina. Sus principales áreas de interés en la educación médica son la educación basada en competencias, la evaluación basada en el lugar de trabajo, el desarrollo profesional continuo y la educación interprofesional. El Dr. Gomes ha desarrollado muchas innovaciones educativas y recibido varios premios de enseñanza y educación, incluido el Premio de Excelencia e Innovación 2010 en Educación Médica de Postgrado otorgado por la Universidad de Ottawa, el Premio de Docencia Clínica de la Asociación Profesional de Residentes de Ontario (PARO) en 2014 y el Premio al Liderazgo en Educación de la Asociación Canadiense de Patólogos en 2017.

Dr. Neil Osheroff is Professor of Biochemistry and Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and currently holds the John G. Coniglio Chair in Biochemistry. In addition to directing his research laboratory, he is committed to educating the next generation of health professionals and is very interested in curricular design and integration, assessment, and the professional development of medical educators. He has been a medical school course director at Vanderbilt University since 1990 and co-leads the pre-clerkship phase. He also directs the Vanderbilt Academy for Excellence in Education. He is a Past-President of the Association of Biochemistry Educators, sits on the Steering Committee of the Asia-Pacific Biomedical Science Educators Association, and currently serves as the President of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. Dr. Osheroff has received awards for mentoring, teaching, curricular design, educational service and leadership, and for promoting affirmative action and diversity. He also is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has published more than 260 papers and has presented more than 300 scientific and educational talks in 32 different countries.

Dr. Otto Sanchez graduated from medical school in Bogota, Colombia in 1983, after which he completed a clinical residency in Pathology at the Colombian National Cancer Institute in 1998. He earned a Master of Science (MSc) degree at the University of Toronto in Ontario in 1990 and a PhD at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario in 1997. His MSc and PhD research focused on cancer cytogenetics and mechanisms of bone metastasis, respectively. From 1996 to 2004 he was a postdoctoral fellow and research associate at the laboratory of Dr. Rama Khokha at the Ontario Cancer Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Ontario.

Dr. Sanchez began his teaching career in 1990 at the School of Nursing at McMaster University. After becoming a faculty member, he developed expertise in online teaching while teaching at a distance education program in the Province of Ontario. He was awarded the Teaching Excellence Award by the McMaster's Students' Union in 1996, 1998 and 2000. Inspired by McMaster's problem-based learning educational model, Dr. Sanchez developed an interest in teaching basic health sciences with the use of case studies by adapting them to various educational formats. He joined the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in 2003, and received the university's Faculty Teaching Award in 2005.

Peter GM de JONG
The Netherlands

Peter de Jong is a staff adviser and assistant professor in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning at the Leiden University Medical Center in The Netherlands. In this position at the Center for Innovation in Medical Education, he has been managing several major programs within Medical School in the field of development, application and evaluation of educational technologies. He is also involved in the educational research program of LUMC. Peter has a Master degree in Medical Technology from Eindhoven University and a PhD in Biophysics/Physiology from Maastricht University. He has been a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Netherlands Association for Medical Education (NVMO), he has been Chair of their national Special Interest Group on E-learning in Medicine and he chaired the 2000 NVMO Annual Meeting.

Since 2007 Peter is involved in the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), an international organization with a focus on advancing medical education through faculty development while ensuring that the teaching and learning of medicine continues to be firmly grounded in science. He has served the organization as Board member and Vice President, and in 2009 as Program Chair and Site Host for the first IAMSE Annual Meeting outside North America. Currently he holds the position of Editor-in-Chief of Medical Science Educator, the online journal of IAMSE.

Ron Arky, MD, profesor de medicina y director de la Sociedad Francis Peabody de la Facultad de medicina de la Universidad de Harvard, ha sido un líder y partidario constante de las comunidades de aprendizaje de las escuelas de medicina. Fue la voz de Ron la que argumentó con más fuerza que era hora de que los líderes de la comunidad de aprendizaje médico formalicen y creen el LCI como un medio para impulsar un cambio significativo en la educación médica. Ron también ha sido un benefactor importante para el LCI, brindando un regalo generoso que nos permite comenzar como una organización. Este premio lleva el nombre del Dr. Arky como un medio para apreciar continuamente sus contribuciones al LCI y al movimiento de comunidades de aprendizaje.

El Dr. Robert Shochet recibió en el 2015 el Ron Arky Award.

Professor Ronald Harden graduated from medical school in Glasgow, UK. He completed training and practised as an endocrinologist before moving to full time medical education. He is Professor of Medical Education (Emeritus) University of Dundee, Editor of Medical Teacher & General Secretary and Treasurer of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). Professor Harden was formerly Teaching Dean & Director of the Centre for Medical Education at the University of Dundee.

He is committed to developing international collaborations and new approaches to curriculum planning, assessment and to teaching and learning. Ideas which he has pioneered include the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which has been universally adopted as a standard approach to assessment of clinical competence, the spiral curriculum and the SPICES model for curriculum planning and models for outcome-based education and is co-author or editor of four leading texts in medical education.
Professor Harden is recognised as one of the leading international figure in medical education with an active presence in more than 40 countries and his work recognised in many more. His contributions to excellence in medical education have attracted numerous awards including the Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education. He was awarded by the Queen the OBE for his services to medical education.

Bióloga, especialista en Anatomía Humana. Magíster en Modelado del Conocimiento para Entornos Educativos Virtuales. Docente investigadora del instituto de Anatomía, Histología y Patología de la Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Austral de Chile desde 1996.

Ha realizado estadías de especialización en el extranjero (Facultad de Medicina de Marilia, Brasil; Instituto Politécnico do Porto, Portugal; Universidad Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brasil; y Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, España), en el área de las nuevas metodologías de enseñanza de las ciencias médicas, tecnologías de aprendizaje y Recursos Educativos Abiertos. Ha publicado en diversas revistas de la especialidad y participado en variados proyectos de investigación.

El año 2008, dirigió el proyecto “Metodología de Construcción Colaborativa de Objetos de Aprendizaje con Contenidos Anatomoclínicos y Organismos Patógenos para la Facultad de Medicina”, financiado por el Gobierno de Chile y que le permitió trabajar con investigadores de Chile, México y Portugal.

Conferencista invitada en Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas y Primer Congreso Internacional de Tecnologías Informáticas para la Educación en Salud en Tuxtla Gutiérrez, México. En octubre del 2011 realiza el Taller de Mapas Conceptuales Digitales a académicos de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, México.

El 2011-12, dirigió el proyecto “E-learning: Diagnóstico de Estrategias, Estándares y Generación de Red de Apoyo Interinstitucional para la Universidad Austral de Chile” y codirige el proyecto “Facilitación de la comprensión de contenidos anatomoclínicos complejos, a través de la incorporación de Objetos de Aprendizaje elaborados bajo metodología probada y disponible para asignaturas de las Facultades de Medicina”.

Para el libro -Explorar el potencial de las TIC en los procesos de innovación e internacionalización de las universidades: un enfoque de sistema y sus aplicaciones prácticas (2012)-, escribió los capítulos: “Redes de apoyo interinstitucional, redes de confianza”, y “Microcasos. Universidad Austral de Chile”. Como resultado del proyecto internacional “Aplicación de las TICs como tecnología de gestión y apoyo a la enseñanza y al aprendizaje en Educación Superior: Tecnología para el aprendizaje virtual y la aplicación de las TICs a la educación”. Es también autora y coordinadora de los libros: Manual de construcción colaborativa de Objetos de Aprendizaje para el área de la salud (Valdivia,2010); Educación a Distancia: Una mirada a experiencias de universidades chilenas y latinoamericanas (Valdivia, 2013).; Anatomía de las arterias de la cabeza: Una experiencia desarrollando recursos educativos abiertos con apoyo del Proyecto internacional LATIn (2014).

Durante los años 2015-2017, dirigió el proyecto “Construcción y gestión de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para estudiantes del área de la salud”, financiado por el Gobierno de Chile, pudiendo trabajar con investigadores de la Universidad Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brasil, implementando el primer repositorio institucional con acceso libre y gratuito (, que a la fecha contiene más de 60 recursos multimediales, con altos estándares técnicos y pedagógicos. También disponibles en youtube. (canal REA salud).

Actualmente es subdirectora del proyecto “Digitalización de estructuras óseas de cadáveres del Laboratorio de Anatomía Humana de la Universidad Austral de Chile, mediante la utilización de Escáner 3D para la creación de un Atlas Virtual de Anatomía como Recurso Educativo Abierto”. Creando el Atlas virtual “Anatomía Humana 3D” (

Integra el Grupo de Investigación en Tecnologías de Aprendizaje de la Universidad Austral de Chile GITA. Investigadora invitada del grupo GILT (Graphics, Interaction and Learning Technologies) de Portugal.
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Susan E. Sheridan, MIM, MBA, DHL, currently serves as the Director of Patient Engagement for the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) where she spearheads efforts to ensure that the patient and family perspective informs all facets of SIDM’s work to improve diagnostic accuracy and timeliness while reducing harm caused by diagnostic errors.

Prior to her work at SIDM, Sue served as Patient and Family Engagement Adviser at the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), served as the Director of Patient Engagement for PCORI and was the external lead of the Patients for Patient Safety program at the World Health Organization (WHO). Sheridan had previously spent 10 years in patient advocacy inspired by adverse family experiences in the healthcare system. She cofounded and is past president of Parents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus (brain damage from jaundice), and is also the cofounder of Consumers Advancing Patient Safety, which helps organizations engage patients as partners in developing patient-safety solutions. In 2009, Sheridan was named to Modern Healthcare's list of Top 25 Women in Healthcare as well as Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare. Prior to her leadership in patient engagement, she worked as a finance banker for international trade. Sue received her BA from Albion College, her MIM and MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and her DHL from Adrian College.