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.
Dr. Alexandra De Pokomandy named Scientific Codirector of the SSA-RUISSS McGill team. She will co-lead her team with a patient partner whose nomination is imminent. Her team will be composed of territorial antennas bringing together several expertises of the Unit.
the Unit ensures that Québec experts are brought together in teams to support research in learning health systems (LHS) in each of the territories attached to the Centres hospitaliers universitaires du Québec (CHU) associated with the universities of McGill, Montréal, Laval and Sherbrooke, namely the RUISSS.
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.
The Community of Practice supports teams who wish to engage citizens, patients or caregivers in their projects or governance. It also offers training on patient partnership.
Learn about the 5 winners and watch the nominees' videos to discover exciting topics related to the Quadruple Aim and the Learning Health System.
On March 24, 2022, the Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant (SSA) Québec held the summit "Building Québec's Learning Health System Together". The population and key members of our health and social services network were at the same event to build the future. This gathering was an opportunity to initiate a real shift towards partnership and continuous improvement of our health system.
Between February 18 and 20, 2022, the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, with the expertise of the firm Léger, administered a survey designed to question the population of Québec regarding the improvement of the health system and the sharing of their medical information
Discover the issues of Experiences magazine, published by the community of patient partners of the same name.
Clara Bolster-Foucault, a PhD candidate in Epidemiology at McGill University in Montreal, will study inequalities in disruptions to aging in place, such as disparities in admissions to long-term care facilities (CHSLDs), using TorSaDe, which provides researchers with data from a care trajectory cohort representative of the Quebec population.
The Indigenous Patient Circle of Quebec is an independent and self-determined community whose purpose is to provide a safe space for its members to share and to guide the implementation of the Unité de soutien SSA Québec's Indigenous Health Program.
How can you get vulnerable people and those with low literacy levels involved in health research? How can you reduce barriers between university researchers and members of the community? Co-built by community-based organizations and members of the Canadian and international research communities, ENGAGE is a bilingual website offering participatory methods, as well as visual and auditory tools.