How to meaningfully and equitably involve patients and the public in scaling up: upcoming publication of a study protocol

Members of our Knowledge Translation component published a study protocol which will allow for a better understanding of how to involve patients and the public in a significant and equitable manner in scale-up initiatives for a sustainable health care and social services network (RSSS).

Jason Robert Guertin et al. publish a systematic review of economic evaluations based on observational data in cardiology

The article “A Systematic Review of Methods Used for Confounding Adjustment in Observational Economic Evaluations in Cardiology Conducted between 2013 and 2017” was published in 2020 by Dr. Jason Robert Guertin and his colleagues. This project aimed to identify whether and how health economic evaluation teams had controlled for confounding bias in economic assessments based on […]

Caregiving and decision regret: Dr. Hélène Elidor publishes a systematic review in collaboration with the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec

Dr. Hélène Elidor, with support from our experts in knowledge translation, has published the review “Extent and Predictors of Decision Regret among Informal Caregivers Making Decisions for a Loved One: A Systematic Review.” Context Caregivers are often faced with difficult health care decisions for dependent or vulnerable individuals. These decision-making processes can lead caregivers to experience […]

Impact of printed educational materials for health professionals: a new Cochrane systematic review with support from the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec

Does distributing printed educational materials to health care professionals improve their practice, and in turn the health of patients? This question is the subject of a recent Cochrane systematic review by Giguère et al., made possible with methodological support from our knowledge translation specialists. The findings of this review suggest that, when used alone and […]