Cultural Safety in Indigenous Health Research Context: a report of recommendations drawn from an unprecedented round-table discussion

To define and identify the best ways of conducting culturally safe indigenous health research, placing the voices and knowledge of indigenous people and their allies at the heart of the process. This is the challenge that several partners have set themselves. To achieve this, they organized an unprecedented round table with people representing 10 of the 11 nations present on Quebec territory.

Research grant applications: Sensitive Approach to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in Research

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.

PREMs and PROMs Toolkit: Patient-reported outcome and experience measures

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.