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

16 al 20 de junio, 2020

La Educación Médica ante los desafíos de la sociedad

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.