A former Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec fellow will lead the Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) initiative in Quebec

Former Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec fellow Dr. Marie-Eve Poitras will be leading the PaRIS international survey in Quebec!

PaRIS: an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) initiative

PaRIS, a survey project based on patient-reported indicators, brings countries together to work on developing, standardizing and implementing a new generation of indicators to measure the health care outcomes and experiences that matter most to people.
The international survey on people living with chronic conditions will be the first of its kind to assess the outcomes and experiences of patients receiving primary care around the world. The PaRIS survey aims to fill a critical gap in primary care by posing questions on subjects like access to health care and wait times, as well as quality of life, pain, physical functioning and psychological well-being.

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Dr. Poitras will work with Jeannie Haggerty, Sara Ahmed, Magaly Brodeur, Maude Laberge, Sylvie Lambert, Nadia Sourial, Regina Visca and Diana Zidarov, as well as the pan-Canadian team, to achieve the project’s goals.

To learn more about PaRIS: (English only)
To learn more about the Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec fellowship program:
To follow the research projects of the team led by Marie-Eve Poitras:

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