Dr. Caudle’s academic interests include syndromic surveillance, pandemic preparedness, medical education and curricular development. She is working iwth the Specialty Committee of the Royal College to design and implement a competency by design curriculum for Emergency Medicine training.
Away from the hospital Jaelyn landscape design, travel and hanging out at the cottage. She has recently developed a love of baking and makes the world's best expresso brownies.
Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications:
- McEwen J, Borreman S, Caudle J, Chan T, Chochinov A, Christenson J, Currie T, Fuller B, Howlett M, Koczersinski J, Kuushkne M, Lim R. Position Statement on Emergency Medicine Definitions from the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2018; 20(4): 501-06
- Tozer A, Belanger P, Moore K, Caudle J. Socioeconomic status of emergency department users in Ontario, 2003 to 2009. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2014; 16(3): 200-225
- Van Stone N, Belanger P, Moore K, Caudle J. Socioeconomic composition of low acuity emergency department users in Ontario. Canadian Family Physician 2014; 60: 355-362