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.
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.
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.
Under the direction of the Unit, in close collaboration with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) and the health and social services network, Ms. Plouffe-Malette will coordinate and guide the activities of the Continuous Quality Improvement agents of Québec (hereinafter referred to AACQ, the French acronym).
The Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux du Québec mandates the Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant (SSA) Québec to structure and deploy continuous quality improvement (hereinafter referred to as CQI) in order to contribute to the emergence of a learning health system in which the scientific expertise recognized in CQI in Québec allows for the improvement of practices in the network.
The Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant (SSA) Québec is pleased to welcome Johannie Laliberté-Gagné to its team as a facilitator of clinical and organizational practices in outreach services, particularly in the context of the COMPAS+ initiative.
On September 27, 2022, Quebec City unveiled its Active Mobility Vision 2023-2027 and its aspiration to become a learning city. The Unité de soutien SSA Québec is proud to contribute to the achievement of the City of Québec's goal and welcomes this sustainable health-oriented exercise that includes a co-construction with the population and is based on science.
The co-construction of the ENGAGE digital platform, a project supported by the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, was the subject of a scientific article.
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.
Dr. Marie-Thérèse Lussier named Scientific Codirector of the SSA-RUISSS Université de Montréal team. She will co-direct her team with a patient partner. Her team will be composed of territorial antennas bringing together several expertises of the Unit.
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?
By promoting approaches based on the principles of the learning health system and patient-oriented research, this program supports qualified young researchers.
How do you indirectly measure gender in human research? Here is a guide to creating a composite gender score.
This questionnaire measures gender identity, gender roles and sexual orientation in research.