Luke Devine MD MHPE FRCPC 

Luke is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto and a Clinician Educator in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital.  He completed his MD and residency training at the University of Toronto.  After completing a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Fellowship for Studies in Medical Education, he completed a research fellowship in simulation healthcare education at the renowned Gordon Centre for Medical Education at the University of Miami in 2011.  He went on to complete a Masters in Health Professions Education at the University of Maastricht, in the Netherlands.  Luke is currently Director, Undergraduate Medical Education in the Department of Medicine, University of Toronto.     

His research interests include Simulation Based Medical Education and its role in teaching and assessing many technical and non-technical skills in the era of patient-safety and competency based medical education.  Many of his research activities focus on improving training for internal medicine procedural skills as well as ACLS training.   He has also developed an interest in examining clinical reasoning strategies during performance-based assessment.  Luke is currently the lead for Simulation-based medical education at the HoPingKong Centre.     

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