The roadmap for patient and public engagement in health research developed by the BC SUPPORT Unit has been adapted to French thanks to a collaboration between with the Unité de soutien SSA Québec.
The purpose of this tool is to explain the roles of users and their families in a LHS and to describe how these people can, individually and collectively, contribute to its many dimensions.
As part of the PATIenTS program, the RUISSS Université de Montréal is launching its project to improve a trajectory of care related to the use of the Guichet d'accès à la première ligne (GAP) by orphan patients.
As part of the PATIenTS program, the RUISSS Université de Sherbrooke is launching its project to support the reinforcement of the trajectory of services for people with common mental disorders in primary care (Projet SoutienTMC).
As part of the PATIenTS program, the RUISSS Université Laval launched its project to improve the trajectory of seniors, from the declaration of loss of autonomy at home to the integration of a housing environment, within the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de la Côte-Nord (Par-Aînés Project).
This guide addresses how research teams can work in partnership with people who are socially excluded.
This training aims to initiate organizational transformation through the implementation of patient partnership.
Become familiar with the basics of patient partnership.
As a patient partner on the steering committee of the Unité de soutien SSA Québec, Guy Poulin has unequivocally stimulated our commitment to sustainable health, an approach that improves life trajectories by taking intersectorality into account.
In December 2022, the Unité de soutien SSA Québec held its annual meeting of Francophone and Anglophone Indigenous patient partners circles: a day rich in discussions and several avenues of reflection to make the health system more culturally safe for the Indigenous populations.
The Understanding Research site aims to demystify the basic concepts of research. Videos, glossary and guide are available.
Through the PATIenTS program, the activation of the Québec learning health system (LHS) is being carried out in the RUISSS territories of Québec through four tangible projects over a one-year period.
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).
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.