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CREMs

We strive to develop CREMs (Clinician-reported experience measures): self-reported measures by health and social services human resources.

We strive to develop CREMs (Clinician-reported experience measures): self-reported measures for health and social services human resources. These indicators will allow us to know how these people live their work experience and to identify how to improve the well-being of people working in the health and social services network, an element of the quintuple aim that is at the heart of our mission.

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The Impact of Advance Care Planning on Healthcare Professionals' Well-being: A Systematic Review

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Improving a care trajectory related to respiratory infections: RUISSS McGill activates the PATIenTS program in its territory

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The Unité de soutien SSA Québec supports the new Chair in Sustainable Health Research

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Find out what's a learning health system in 60 seconds

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The Impact of Advance Care Planning on Healthcare Professionals' Well-being: A Systematic Review

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The Impact of Advance Care Planning on Healthcare Professionals' Well-being: A Systematic Review

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Improving a care trajectory related to respiratory infections: RUISSS McGill activates the PATIenTS program in its territory

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The Unité de soutien SSA Québec supports the new Chair in Sustainable Health Research

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Find out what's a learning health system in 60 seconds

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Find out what's a learning health system in 60 seconds

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When you apply for support from the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, you are taking part in the emergence of a learning health system (LHS). We offer three types of support: training, consultation and tools.

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Paula Bush

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