Resident Section Roles and Responsibilities

  • Represent the interests of all CAEP residents at the CAEP Executive Board of Directors meetings, Academic Section meetings (non-voting) and the Membership Committee meetings.
  • Update the above mentioned groups on the undertakings of the Resident Section as well as any ideas, issues or concerns of residents
  • Preside over the resident section committee in accordance with President job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive
  • Participate in the general operation of the CAEP Resident Executive throughout their term in accordance with the Vice President job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive
  • Sit as a member of the CAEP Resident Executive.
  • Participate in the general operation of the CAEP Resident Executive throughout their term.
  • Each year, the VP will initiate or continue a project to promote the Mission and Vision of the CAEP RS.
  • Watch over the general interest of the CAEP RS.
  • Assist the President and other Executive Members in their duties.
  • Chair Executive committee meeting in the President’s absence.
  • Expected to attend all CAEP Resident Executive meetings, including the annual CAEP conference
  • Oversee and execute the marketing and communications for the CAEP Resident Section in accordance with the job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive .
  • Represent the academic interests of all CAEP residents and students at CAEP Public Affairs Committee Meetings.
  • Oversee and execute the Public Affairs portfolio in accordance with the job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive

  • Record and document the minutes of all executive officer meetings and send it to the executive members within 10 days of the meeting.
  • Oversee and execute the items within job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive
  • Represent Canadian CCFP(EM) residents through liaising with program Chiefs, and acting as a voice and advocate for these residents
  • Encourage CAEP membership to CCFP(EM) residents
  • Advocate for resident driven research publications in CJEM.
  • Oversee and execute CJEM activities in accordance with the job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive
  • Represent AMUQ residents acting as a voice and advocate for these residents
  • Encourage CAEP membership to AMUQ residents
  • Represent the interests of all CAEP Medical Students at the Resident Section Meetings in accordance with the job description approved by the CAEP Resident Section Executive.
  • Manage  the CAEP Student Symposium at the Annual CAEP Conference
  • This role represents Pediatric Emergency Medicine residents and collaborates with current PEM chiefs