The Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and Sex and Gender-Based Analysis (SBGA) mandates adopted in recent years by academic bodies require research teams to meet criteria when submitting grant applications. Following this premise, this document aims to accompany research teams in an approach sensitive to EDI-G and SBGA.
The purpose of this tool is to explain the roles of users and their families in a LHS and to describe how these people can, individually and collectively, contribute to its many dimensions.
This guide addresses how research teams can work in partnership with people who are socially excluded.
Although most professional or patient organizations claim to incorporate the concept of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) or Patient-Reported Experience Measures (PREMs), how the information is collected is not necessarily adequate. To be compliant, PROMs and PREMs must be measured using scientifically validated tools and must be completed by patients. Let's see together the definition of PROMs and PREMs and what characterizes them.
This training aims to initiate organizational transformation through the implementation of patient partnership.
eSRAP is a collaborative monitoring system to monitor and share the latest literature on patient-oriented research.
We supported the first steps in implementing the PROMIS® system, in English and in French, to improve patient-oriented research and care.
The Unit makes its service offerings available through its LHS Portal. You can apply for support online. Several types of requests are possible.
Become familiar with the basics of patient partnership.
The Understanding Research site aims to demystify the basic concepts of research. Videos, glossary and guide are available.
The Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant (SSA) Québec is proud to announce the launch of the SSA-RUISSS teams in Québec. The Unit thus ensures that the four University Health and Social Services Networks (hereafter referred to as RUISSS) are firmly anchored in the field.
Professor Marie-Ève Poitras' team conducted an environmental scan (practice identification study) to know the current state of knowledge and use of measures of health status and experience of care self-reported by patients in professional organizations as well as in organizations representing patients in Québec.
Supported by the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, Mylaine Breton, a researcher at the Université de Sherbrooke, and her team have drawn up a portrait of the level of implementation of teleconsultations in the COVID-19 context and their advantages and disadvantages compared to in-person medical visits. Read the results of an environmental scan on the use of teleconsultations in the front line and its conclusions.
Our Capacity Building team was able to put its expertise to good use, particularly by providing advice on techno-pedagogy.
How do you indirectly measure gender in human research? Here is a guide to creating a composite gender score.