Governance at RDoC ensures accountability, provides oversight, and sets strategic policy for the organization. Our governance structure comprises a broad base of voices from within the medical education community. The decisions and actions taken by RDoC respond to the evolving needs of our stakeholders and users within a changing health care system, and contribute to maintaining the integrity of a world-class medical education system in Canada.
I am honoured to serve as your Resident Doctors of Canada (RDoC) President for 2017-2018. It is a privilege to advocate for those who spend so much of their time caring for others. Read more >
RDoC's Board of Directors comprises resident doctors from each of the seven regions we represent, with one spot for each region allocated to the president of the corresponding provincial housestaff organization (PHO). Read more >
The 2014-17 Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Directors at its meeting on June 14, 2014 in Edmonton. Read more >