RDoC’s liaisons represent their fellow resident doctors at over 80 committees run by our national stakeholders. These volunteers are key to bringing the resident perspective to these tables and for advocating on behalf of all resident doctors in Canada.
Select an organization below to view liaison representation opportunities.
The AFMC represents Canada’s 17 faculties of medicine and is the national voice of academic medicine.
CAIMPD is a nationwide group of Internal Medicine Program Directors who advocate on issues pertinent to all Internal Medicine residents.
CAME is a grassroots organization created for medical educators, by medical educators.
CCPH is a biennial event that provides the opportunity for attendees to learn about current and innovative research in physician health.
CFMS is a national organization that represents over 8,000 medical students attending 14 Canadian medical schools.
The CMA is a national, voluntary association of physicians that advocates on behalf of its members and the public for access to high-quality healthcare, and provides leadership and guidance to physicians.
The CMF is a forum of medical organizations including: AFMC, RDoC, CFMS, CMA, FMRAC, MCC, the Royal College, and SRPC.
The CMPA is a mutual defense organization for physicians who practice in Canada.
CAPER is the central repository for statistical information on postgraduate medical in Canada.
CaRMS provides an application and matching service for entry into postgraduate medical training throughout Canada.
Choosing Wisely Canada (CWC) is a campaign to help clinicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary tests and treatments and make smart and effective choices to ensure high-quality care.
The CFPC establishes standards for the training, certification, and lifelong education of family physicians and for advocating on their behalf.
FMRAC is a national association of provincial and territorial medical regulatory authorities.
The Federation of Medical Women of Canada (FMWC) is committed to being The voice of women doctors in Canada, across all specialties and provinces.
FMEC PG was the second in a series of projects funded by Health Canada to create a vision for producing the types of physicians Canadians need, now and in the future.
The JDN is made up of junior doctors who independently join the World Medical Association (WMA) as Associate Members.
The MCC is responsible for promoting a uniform standard of qualification to practice medicine for all physicians across Canada.
PRPAC is a pan-Canadian and broadly representative committee reporting to the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Committee on Health Workforce (in turn reporting to the Conference of Deputy Ministers.)
The Royal College is a national, professional association established in 1929 by a special Act of Parliament to oversee postgraduate medical education.
SRPC provides leadership for rural physicians and promotes sustainable conditions and equitable health care for rural communities.