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Research Chair on Optimal Professional 

Practices in Primary Care

The data generated by our projects is used to improve patient care

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Our team is more than proud to announce the attribution of the Ministry of Higher Education 2021 scholarship to three of our students, for the completion of their graduate studies in nursing. This scholarship, awarded in collaboration with the Quebec Nurses' Association, represents an amount of $39,000 for each of them.

 

Congratulations to Andréanne Bernier, Jessica Bernier and Patricia Blanchette, all three doctoral candidates, for your rigorous work which has earned you this wonderful recognition!

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New publication!

The Chair team would like to congratulate Marie-Pier Frigon, a master's graduate, under the supervision of Pres Karine Tremblay, Marie-Eve Poitras, and Mélissa Lavoie. The article presents the decision-making needs of couples with one of the four inherited diseases recessive to SLSJ.

Link to the article 

A triple award for our students!

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Our team is more than proud to announce the attribution of the Ministry of Higher Education 2021 scholarship to three of our students, for the completion of their graduate studies in nursing. This scholarship, awarded in collaboration with the Quebec Nurses' Association, represents an amount of $39,000 for each of them.

 

Congratulations to Andréanne Bernier, Jessica Bernier and Patricia Blanchette, all three doctoral candidates, for your rigorous work which has earned you this wonderful recognition!

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The Chair sets up Caféchanges!

The team set up meetings with people with chronic illnesses in order to gain experience when using health services. Through these quarterly meetings, the team knows what is happening in the field from the perspective of the patients. Research hypotheses are then identified. We also validate certain results with the group.

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$ 5.25 million for patient-oriented research!

The Canadian Institute for Health Research has announced a $ 5.25M investment to support the creation of a national training entity that will enhance training and capacity development in patient-oriented research, a project on which Marie-Eve Poitras is co-principal researcher and co-responsible for the training component.

About Us

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The team is led by Prof. Marie-Eve Poitras,  registered nurse  by training and researcher in the department of Family and Emergency medicine at the University of Sherbrooke. We are located on the delocalized campus of the University of Sherbrooke in Saguenay. Research programming is supported by a framework that structures primary care, approaches it creatively through interprofessional, patient / knowledge user-centered research and effective knowledge transfer.

Our logo

The whole logo suggests a lotus, for which the Victorian meaning is eloquence. The eloquence which by definition refers to "The art of expressing oneself well"  and "The character of what is expressive, significant, convincing".

The lotus is a delicate flower with many petals arranged in layers (representing health professionals, researchers, decision makers, etc.) around a central core: the patient.

 

The color: We wanted to stand out and choose an original color that is not used by other teams similar to ours or by well-known healthcare organizations.

 

It was designed by @Roche, papier, latté !

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