What if we tried to care differently?


Global pioneer in the science of patient partnership, the Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP) is preparing our society for the health of tomorrow.

Together,
I am better.

Together, I am better.

Advancing health has long been seen as a technological challenge. Today, it is time to innovate also on the human side of the ‘how-to’ and the ‘to-be’ in health. Time to integrate the patient into their care team and the citizen into their healthcare system.

Time to learn to listen, share and work together.

WHAT IF WE TOOK action?

Projects

Collaborate with major projects in health

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Resources

Foster research and innovation

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Events

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Training programs

Train patients, professionals and citizens

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Network

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Partnership Lab

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Partnership School

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Partnership Network

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THE CEPPP ON TWITTER

Quels effets les objets connectés auront-ils sur la #sante? Dr Pomey a participé à ce panel et soulignait que les #patients doivent faire partie de la discussion car les données ne sont pas les mêmes que pour les médecins https://t.co/CSYO4HZcIn @MP2_ #IA #patientpartenaire

#Votregouvernement agit pour améliorer l’accès aux soins pour les #Québécois en permettant notamment aux pharmaciens de #vacciner.
#assnat #polqc #sante

On jase de #don d’#organes! Avec Nicolas Fernandez, patient receveur à HumaniSciences, le 17 juin prochain : « Le meilleur moyen de gérer l’incertitude de la #greffe pour un patient est de bien s’entourer ». @patients_udm @CNTRP @UMontreal ➡️https://t.co/tXLgDnynKU

The Canada Research Chair in Patient and Public Partnership is pleased to inform you that it is currently recruiting:
- Two PhD students
- A scientific manager

For more details:
https://t.co/C1T80YQIth

Feel free to reach out to us should you have any question.

Congratulations to Philippe Karazivan, Co-Director of the CEPPP and the CPPU, who has been awarded the 2019 Canadian Association for Medical Education Certificate of Merit for the UdeM. A step forward for patient partnership and a reward for a generous and talented colleague.

CEPPP @UMontreal@patients_udm

Bravo à notre co-directeur Dr Philippe Karazivan et notre collègue Dr Réjean Duplain pour cette reconnaissance de l’ACME @PartenariatLabo @DumezVincent https://t.co/9MPvoB7UY7

THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT US!

ONE CENTRE, TWO SITES

Université de Montréal

UdeM

Centre de recherche du CHUM

CRCHUM

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