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A look back at CIUSSS du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean's Annual Research Day 2023!

The team was present at the 7th annual CIUSSS du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (SLSJ) Research Day, whose theme was "Demystifying research: bridging the gap between science and the public."

Pre Marie-Eve Poitras moderated a discussion on "Partnerships between university researchers, clinicians and patients." The guest panellists were Sandra Juneau (Ph.D. social worker and regular professor at the Unité d'enseignement en travail social, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi), Sophie Galvao (nurse and manager responsible for the living environment, CIUSSS SLSJ), Maxime Sasseville (Ph.D. nurse, assistant professor and regular researcher at the Vitam Centre, Université Laval) and Professor Elise Duchesne (Ph.D. physiotherapist and researcher, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi).

The panellists' passion for the subject was palpable, and the session was fueled by questions from the audience attending the event! The key words that emerged from the discussions were: genuine commitment, responding to community needs, recognizing each person's expertise.

Jessica Bernier, a doctoral student in the team co-directed by Marie-Eve and Pre Mylaine Breton (Université de Sherbrooke), presented the results of her exploratory qualitative study "Trajectoire de soins et de services vécue par les personnes ayant subi un infarctus du myocarde en régions éloignées".

As part of her studies, she is developing a cardiac rehabilitation program to help patients regain their functional capacity after myocardial infarction.

In the afternoon, Anaëlle Morin, a master's student at the Chair, spoke with Pr Louis Gagnon (Université de Sherbrooke) and Janie Thibeault, community organizer (CIUSSS SLSL), to discuss interprofessional collaboration between community organizations and family medicine groups.

Discover the team members who presented a scientific poster at the event!

A poster session is an excellent opportunity for student and professional members to hone their popularization skills and get the word out about a project!

Click on the photos to view presentation details.

Congratulations to all for your outstanding contribution to research!

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