CRMUS Chair in Optimal Professional Practices in Primary Care
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The team is led by Pre Marie-Eve Poitras, a nurse clinician and researcher in the Department of Family and Emergency Medicine at the University of Sherbrooke. We are located at the University of Sherbrooke's delocalized site in Saguenay. The research program is supported by a framework structuring primary care, approaching it creatively through interprofessional, person-centred and knowledge-user research, as well as integrated and effective knowledge transfer.
The logo suggests a lotus, for which the Victorian meaning is eloquence. Eloquence, 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 colour: We wanted to stand out and choose an original colour not used by other teams similar to ours or by well-known healthcare organizations.
It was designed by @Roche Papier Latté !