All our projects are carried out in collaboration with local, regional and national organizations that rely on our expertise in partnership with patients and the public.
This pilot project focuses on the development of training aimed at consolidating the skills that informal caregivers use in acute, long-term and home care settings, in particular with a population losing their autonomy.
Over the past 10 years, we have seen an explosion of partnership initiatives with patients and citizens, both in research and in the Quebec health system, with the creation of the CISSS and CIUSSS partnership offices. This growth is…
The CHUM Research Centre is home to fifteen state-of-the-art core facilities and services. Our specialized equipment and the unique expertise of our staff allow us to offer personalized support that meets the research needs of researchers at the CHUM Research Centre as well as those of our industry- and university-based clients.
Joint initiative of the CHUM Research Center and the Center of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public (CEPPP), the HumaniSciences evenings provide a space for discussion around science accessible to all. They create a bridge between research and health care.
In response to the Canadian Opioid Crisis the Association of Faculties of medicine of Canada has released a series of online educational modules for medical students across the country. This will help close gaps in current educational offerings and ensure future physicians are better prepared to address pain management and addiction medicine.
In the spring of 2016, we brought together patients, family caregivers and health professionals to better understand their information needs as well as partnership issues in the context of end-of-life care.
The CEPPP is currently collaborating with the Chaire en évaluation des technologies et des modalités de pointe du CHUM sur l’engagement des citoyens et des patients dans la transformation des organisations et du système de santé for one of its research projects, Parole-Onco. For this project, the CEPPP is co-developing a hybrid training program (online and in-presence) for patient navigators.
The main objective of this project is to develop a national adaptable framework for the evaluation of patient and public engagement (PPE) in research.
Since 2015, the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) has made it a strategic priority to integrate the partnership with users and families model across Quebec’s health system. Indeed, user and family partnership is an integral part of the Plan stratégique 2015‐2020 du MSSS, and has been materialized as a result of the Cadre de référence de l’approche de partenariat entre les usagers, leurs proches et les acteurs en santé et en services sociaux.
The CEPPP is working with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) in the context of a provincial call for projects to support the implementation, the evaluation, and the dissemination of results of 21 projects on user and family partnership. All of the projects are implemented across the public health and social services network in Quebec.
Canada Health InfoWay’s Forum d’évolution via les pairs (FEP) is a peer network that engages with and mentors physicians to promote the use and adoption of digital health.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Montreal Heart Institute (MIH) for a project geared towards transforming its cardiology/family medicine unit from a hospital model to a trajectory model in partnership with patients and their families.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Projet Hôpital Vaudreuil-Soulanges (PHVS) team to integrate patient voices in the planning process of the new hospital’s construction. HVS is a new hospital that will be built on the réseau local de services (RLS) territory of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, located in the CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest.
In collaboration with the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux du Centre-Sud-de-l’île-de-Montréal (CCSMTL), Université de Montréal, through the Department of Family Medicine, is responsible for developing and implementing the Unités de formation clinique interprofessionnelles universitaires (UFCI-U).
Université de Trois-Rivière’s (UQTR) Centre d’apprentissage Santé et Rétablissement is currently implementing a project called Recovery College, an Anglo-Saxon peer support model for mental health patients. For this project, the CEPPP is co-developing the training curriculum designed to train the trainers.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Canada Research Chair on Patient and Public Partnership to co-construct an evaluation plan for Compassionate Communities, a research-action project on community-based end of life care.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the SPOR (Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research) Support Unit in Quebec by contributing its expertise to the development of a provincial strategy for partnerships with patients and the public among primary care researchers.
The CEPPP is currently collaborating with the Canadian National Transplant Research Program (CNTRP), a national transplant and organ donation research network, with the objective of transforming the culture by integrating patient partners at all levels of the network.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada (CANet) to integrate the patient’s perspective in all of the network’s research projects. In 2015, CANet committed to developing a network that includes those affected by arrhythmia at…
In 2016, Canadian Venous Thromboembolism Clinical Trials and Outcomes Research (CanVECTOR) Network launched a patient partnership strategy in the long-term aim of improving patients’ experience with the disease. In this context, the CEPPP is working with CanVECTOR to reinforce…
The CEPPP collaborates with the Institut national d’excellence en santé et services sociaux (INESSS) to structure the partnership with patients, users and caregivers within its teams for evaluating technologies and modes of intervention in health and in social services.…
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Canada Research Chair in Partnership with Patients and Communities on the Caring Community research project. This social innovation focuses on the synergy between the community and the health care system, capitalizing on the capacity of patients and citizens to create social ties and care for one another.
The CEPPP is collaborating with the Canada Research Chair in Partnership with Patients and Communities on the Compassionate Communities project. Developed in the mid-2000s, the Compassionate Community approach to palliative care offers a community and health promotion perspective on end-of-life, capitalizing on the synergy between the strengths of the community and the health care system.