Prof. Marie-Eve Poitras has expertise in integrated knowledge transfer and we make it our duty to produce a variety of documents. These are intended for a variety of audiences, whether researchers, the general public, students, professionals or even decision-makers.
Social worker and research assistant at the Saguenay Native Friendship Center, Amanda collaborates on all projects related to Native populations. Among other things, she is in charge of recruitment and is the convener of sharing circles.
Language, culture and education coordinator at the Saguenay Native Friendship Center, Kate is involved in various projects related to Native people. She is the link between the Friendship Center and the research team.
Coordinator of front-line services, Renée is also a facilitator of the virtual community of practice for nurses in FMGs. Thanks to this collaboration, we regularly use this forum to pass on the knowledge generated by our projects to nurses.
Community organizer and social worker at the CIUSSS du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Yoan supports communities in improving their living and health conditions. He actively participates in discussions, recruitment and data collection.
Emergency physician and professor in the department of family and emergency medicine at the University of Sherbrooke, Louis also coordinates the medical training program in Saguenay. He participates in projects related to community settings and acts as a co-researcher.
A family physician and professor in the department of family and emergency medicine at the University of Sherbrooke, Sharon is also associate dean of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean. She is actively involved in the curriculum of the medical program and has great empathy. It is a valuable ally in our research work.
Administrative agent at the direction of education, research and innovation of the CIUSSS du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Danielle is a bit like our mom; she is always there to meet our needs and give us a helping hand. She is also passionate about cycling!
Janick is a project manager for the Groupe d'aide aux enfants tyrosiémiques du Québec. She has extensive experience in the field of hereditary diseases. In addition to her personal experience as an affected person and her involvement with GAETQ, she worked for five years for the Corporation de recherche et d'action sur les maladies héréditaires.