Nathalie Caire Fon is a family physician at the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal (Geriatric Institute) and Assistant Professor in the Département de médecine de famille et médecine d’urgence (Emergency and Family Medicine) of the Faculty of Medicine at Université de Montréal. She has been involved in teaching for many years, from undergraduate education all the way to continuing professional development. In 2009, she became Director of Pedagogical Training at Université de Montréal's CPASS (Center for Pedagogy Applied to Health Sciences) and, in 2014, Academic Assistant to the Vice Dean of Undergraduate Studies. She also takes part in implementation of the competency-based approach in the Faculty of Medicine, notably through her participation in the creation of a competency-based training framework. Moreover, Dr. Caire Fon is actively involved in research groups on clinical reasoning, more specifically in the areas of physicians’ clinical reasoning using modeling by typified objects, the difficulties of clinical reasoning, and the use of mind mapping to support the organizing of clinical knowledge.