CREST Meeting: How do you know if you're right? Uses for 'confidence' in teaching clinical reasoning.
Rodrigo Cavalcanti is Associate Professor in General Internal Medicine at the University of Toronto, Director of the HoPingKong Centre - CEEP education and member of the Wilson Centre, University Health Network. He’s previous Director of the General Internal Medicine Training Program, University of Toronto and also a CanMEDS Clinician Educator at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Dr. Cavalcanti completed his MD and MSc at the University of Toronto. His broad research interests include simulation, clinical reasoning, assessment of trainee competence, and applications of cognitive load theory in medical education. He is an award winning teacher, recognized through multiple accolades, including the Canadian Association of Medical Education (CAME), Meredith Marks New Educator Award in 2013.
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