Dr. Caudle graduated from Queen's University medical school and completed her Royal College Emergency Medicine residency here as well. She has a European Master's degree in Disaster Medicine from the Universita degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale in Italy.
In 2011 Dr. Caudle received the Faculty of Teaching Award from graduating residents and in 2020 she was nominated for the Royal College Physicians and Surgeons Program Director of the Year award.
Current academic interests include syndromic surveillance, pandemic preparedness, medical education and curricular development.
Away from the hospital Jaelyn enjoys landscape design, travel and hanging out at the cottage. She has recently developed a love of baking and makes the world's best espresso brownies.
Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Mok G, Shouela N, Thurgur L, Ho M, Hall AK, Caudle J. Resident learning during a pandemic: Recommendations for training programs. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2020; 22(5): 617-21
Rich J, Fostaty Young S, Donnelly C, Hall AK, Dagnone JD, Weersink K, Caudle J, Van Melle E, Klinger DA. Competency-based education calls for programmatic assessment––but what does this look like in practice? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 12-2019 (e-pub)
Hall AK, Rich J, Dagnone JD, Weersink K, Caudle J, Sherbino J, Frank J, Bandiera G, Van Melle E. It’s a marathon, not a sprint: Rapid Evaluation of CBME Implementation. Academic Medicine 2019 October 15, 2019 - Volume Publish Ahead of Print - Issue - p
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