Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation


Our mission: providing health professionals and their patients with the necessary skills to promote shared decision-making throughout the healthcare continuum.

News

You will find in the present section the latest news regarding the Canadian Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation

Activity

Our colleague Florence Lizotte among 7 panelists at ULaval FESP student forum on interdisciplinarity as a catalyst for responsible innovation

On January 12, Florence Lizotte presented at the FESP ULaval Student Forum - Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Université Laval. Florence's presentation was on Interdisciplinarity in innovation in health and social services.
Bravo Florence and thanks to Angèle Musabyimana for her contribution to the development of the presentation!
Florence is a master's student in public health, Angèle is a doctoral student in community health, both under the supervision of France Légaré.

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By Carole Thiébaut, 22/01/2024

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Activity

Our colleague Florence Lizotte among 7 panelists at ULaval FESP student forum on interdisciplinarity as a catalyst for responsible innovation

On January 12, Florence Lizotte presented at the FESP ULaval Student Forum - Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Université Laval. Florence's presentation was on Interdisciplinarity in innovation in health and social services.
Bravo Florence and thanks to Angèle Musabyimana for her contribution to the development of the presentation!
Florence is a master's student in public health, Angèle is a doctoral student in community health, both under the supervision of France Légaré.

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By Carole Thiébaut, 22/01/2024

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Publication

Our team publishes an article on Spontaneous Scaling of a Primary Care Innovation

The article entitled "Spontaneous Scaling of a Primary Care Innovation in Real-life Conditions: A Case Study Protocol " was published in JMIR Research Protocols. The study was led by France Légaré and aimed to observe, document, and analyze how, in real-life conditions, 1 primary care innovation spontaneously scales up across Quebec.

By Carole Thiébaut, 12/01/2024

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Our team publishes an article on Spontaneous Scaling of a Primary Care Innovation

The article entitled "Spontaneous Scaling of a Primary Care Innovation in Real-life Conditions: A Case Study Protocol " was published in JMIR Research Protocols. The study was led by France Légaré and aimed to observe, document, and analyze how, in real-life conditions, 1 primary care innovation spontaneously scales up across Quebec.

By Carole Thiébaut, 12/01/2024

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Our colleague Lucas Gomes Souza's article on Advance Care Planning and Healthcare Professionals’ Well-being is already available online

The article published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management under the supervision of France Légaré is entitled The Impact of Advance Care Planning on Healthcare Professionals’ Well-being: A Systematic Review. The objective of this study was to a systematically review the literature evaluating the impact of ACP interventions on healthcare professionals’ well-being.

By Carole Thiébaut, 01/12/2023

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Our colleague Lucas Gomes Souza's article on Advance Care Planning and Healthcare Professionals’ Well-being is already available online

The article published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management under the supervision of France Légaré is entitled The Impact of Advance Care Planning on Healthcare Professionals’ Well-being: A Systematic Review. The objective of this study was to a systematically review the literature evaluating the impact of ACP interventions on healthcare professionals’ well-being.

By Carole Thiébaut, 01/12/2023

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Florian Naye publishes an article on decisional needs assessment for patient-centred pain care in Canada

By Carole Thiébaut, 25/08/2023

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Florian Naye publishes an article on decisional needs assessment for patient-centred pain care in Canada

By Carole Thiébaut, 25/08/2023

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France Légaré gives an interview for la revue médecins de famille de demain

We invite you to read the interview in "Première ligne.org la revue des médecins de famille de demain" published on July 31, 2023, about conciliation between research and family medicine: Research and family medicine: is it possible?

By Carole Thiébaut, 25/08/2023

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France Légaré gives an interview for la revue médecins de famille de demain

We invite you to read the interview in "Première ligne.org la revue des médecins de famille de demain" published on July 31, 2023, about conciliation between research and family medicine: Research and family medicine: is it possible?

By Carole Thiébaut, 25/08/2023

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Tools and training

You will find in the present section the tools and trainings developed by the team of the Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation

Shared decision making tools

In order to facilitate shared decision making implementation in different health contexts, these tools are available in different formats and for different types of knowledge users.

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Professional training


Our team specializes in training healthcare professionals by helping them developing the skills that will allow them to promote patient participation in decision making.

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Our team


Research team: Chairholder, Master's students, Doctoral students, Postdoctoral students, Research professionals, Collaborators ...

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Our mission

Providing health professionals and their patients with the necessary skills to promote shared decision-making throughout the healthcare continuum.

Vision

Acting as a premier training and support center and to be a cutting-edge implementation research group that helps healthcare professionals, both across Canada and abroad, to implement shared decision-making in a clinical setting.

Objectives
  • To identify primary healthcare professionals needs in order to promote strategies that encourage patients to participate in decision-making. In other words, to foster shared decision-making;

  • To assess the impact of shared decision-making on healthcare professionals and on patients.

Values
  • Professional integrity and ethics

  • Excellence and continued improvement

  • Innovation and creativity

  • Rigor and respect


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