September 19-21, 2024
The International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) is the world’s largest conference devoted exclusively to advancing residency education.
ICRE 2024 will be held in Ottawa, Canada, from September 19-21, 2024. The theme of ICRE 2024 is Professionalism, Ethics, and Identity in Residency Education: Evolving in a Changing Landscape.
ICRE offers a diverse and inspiring program that features 15 Learning Tracks designed to enhance professional development of those involved in medical education including residents, clinical educators, program directors, program administrators and researchers.
We are thrilled to host an in-person conference held in Ottawa, Canada, from September 19-21, 2024.
The theme of the 2024 conference is Professionalism, Ethics, and Identity in Residency Education: Evolving in a Changing Landscape..
What can ICRE 2024 offer you?
- A deep dive into MedEd hot topics
- Inspiring plenaries and engaging concurrent workshop
- A vibrant, global MedEd community
Why attend ICRE
In addition to enhancing your knowledge as it relates to residency education, ICRE is an exciting medical education (MedEd) conference that provides an excellent platform to meet the brightest minds in MedEd. Here are testimonials from some ICRE attendees.
Savannah Silva, ICRE 2023 Resident Co-Chair
“I think it’s one of the best ways to see what is going on in medical education across the globe and has been an excellent opportunity to see how medical educators meet, collaborate and come up with solutions to common problems.
It has been one of the best experiences of my life. It has allowed me to have a bird’s eye view of medical education, to hear about innovation in medical education and all frontiers and it really has made me think about where medical education is going and looking towards the future.”
Ovini Rodrigo, ICRE 2023 Resident Co-Chair
“We put together our plan for the trainee reception, helped come up with ideas for the teaser trailer that you viewed during the opening remarks, and think about what ways we can make the conference more accessible and inclusive for residents and other trainees.”