A literacy facilitator, a literacy patient-partner and a researcher share their inspiring stories of partnership, equity, diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Antoine Groulx, Scientific Director of the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, was awarded the Distinction Santé Durable research prize by the Association pour la santé publique du Québec (ASPQ).
How do you build a learning health system? Where do you start? How does it work in practice? What are the results? Explore it in this video that documents the real-life case of improving the ability to identify patients at risk of becoming high users of emergency services, based on the V1SAGES programming of Professors Catherine Hudon and Maud-Christine Chouinard. The video is in French.
Our Capacity Building team was able to put its expertise to good use, particularly by providing advice on techno-pedagogy.
Discover the life trajectory of Dr. Antoine Groulx, Scientific Director of the Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant du Québec. The student who became a doctor, a decision-maker, and then an ambassador, shares his awareness. Why does he want to change things? How did the patient/public/organizational partnership and the learning health system become essential for him?
Discover the concept of a learning health system by watching this short animated video. You'll understand its foundations, objectives and purpose.
How do you capture the patient's perspective? Marie-Eve Poitras and Sara Ahmed explain it to us.
Discover it in video. It is a unique initiative.
Learn about the 5 winners and watch the nominees' videos to discover exciting topics related to the Quadruple Aim and the Learning Health System.
Objective Écosanté aims to enhance knowledge, competencies and collaboration opportunities related to health economics, in particular health economic assessment. Team The project is led by a group of health economics experts. A Quebec-wide effort, the project includes researchers from each of the four RUISSSs. It is co-managed by Maude Laberge, assistant professor in the operations […]
On June 12, 2020, Christine Loignon, associate professor at the Université de Sherbrooke, Sophie Dupéré, associate professor at Université Laval, and Caroline Leblanc, doctoral student in health sciences at the Université de Sherbrooke, will present the ENGAGE project in a webinar organized by the Quebec Population Health Research Network (QPHRN), under the Social Health Inequalities and Equity grouping.
A new video entitled “Being a caregiver who contributes to research: how and why?” has been added to our COVID-19 series. This video was made by the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec in collaboration with Réseau-1 Québec and the Quebec Network for Research on Aging. Are you a caregiver? Want to find out whether you or […]
The second video in our COVID-19 series is entitled “Patient-oriented research in a pandemic: how and why” This video was made by the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP) and Réseau-1 Québec. Are you a researcher with a research project […]
The first video of our COVID-19 series is online, entitled “What does it mean to be a patient partner during the pandemic?” Created by the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence for Partnership with Patients and the Public and Réseau-1 Québec, this video is for patients who have […]