GOAL

The goal of the International Summit on Patient and Public Partnership (ISPPP) is to create a unique forum to discuss the current state of patient partnership in (direct) care and outline a common vision for health (system) transformation anchored in a model of partnership.


1st International Summit on

Patient and Public Partnership

2-3 may 2019

Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel – salle drummond
1201 rené lévesque blvd w, montreal (QC)

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07h00-08h00 BREAKFAST
08h00-08h15      INTRODUCTION & WELCOME 
Hélène Boisjoly, Dean of Medicine of Université de Montréal
Fabrice Brunet, CEO of the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal
08h15-08h30 OPENING REMARKS
Vincent Dumez, Co-Director of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
08h30-09h30    KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
“How the digital revolution is over-turning dynamics in health?”
SPEAKER
Robert Califf, Former United States Commissioner of Food and Drugs (FDA) and Senior Advisor for Verily Life Sciences (Google)
FACILITATOR
J
ean-Lucien Rouleau, Former Dean of Medicine, Université de Montréal
09h30-09h45 HEALTH BREAK
 09h45-11h15 PANEL DISCUSSION
“The future of partnership in direct (clinical) care”
FACILITATORS
Mario Di Carlo, Patient Partner, Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
Louise Clément, Executive Director, EQual Canada (Health Education Accreditation)
PANELISTS
Angela Coulter, Senior Research Scientist, Oxford University
Nicolas Fernandez, Patient Partner & Assistant Professor, Université de Montréal
Camille Orridge, Senior Fellow, Wellesley Institute
Lesley Steinman, Director and Former Chair, Evidence-Based Leadership Council
Karl Swedberg, Scientific Advisor, University of Gothenburg Centre for Person Centred Care (GPCC)
11h15-12h30  OPEN SPACE THINK TANK
“The future of partnership in direct care: what’s changed and what are the key success factors to improve or reach partnership in the next 5 years?

12h30-13h30    LUNCH
13h30-14h00

PRESENTATION
“Engagement levers: transforming systems through patient and public partnership”

Antoine Boivin, Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in Patient and Public Partnership & Co-Director of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
Marie-Pascale Pomey, Chairholder of the 
Chair in Advanced Technology
Assessment and Modalities & Co-Director of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership

14h00-15h30    PANEL DISCUSSION
“What engagement levers are needed to accelerate change and to reach success in direct care?”
FACILITATORS
Thomas Sannié, Patient Partner and President of the Association française des hémophiles
Philippe Karazivan, Co-Director, Centre of Excellence for Patient and Public Partnership
PANELISTS
Kristin Carman, Director of Public and Patient Engagement, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (USA)
Simon Denegri, National Director for Patients and the Public, National Institute for Health Research (UK)
Angela Morin, Caregiver Partner, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Antoine Payot, Director, Clinical Ethics Unit, CHU Sainte-Justine
Tessa Richards, Senior Editor, Patient Partnership, British Medical Journal
15h30-16h45 OPEN SPACE THINK TANK
Levers of change: What engagement levers are needed to accelerate change in direct care and to reach partnership in the next 5 years?”
16h45-17h00   

SYNTHESIS, DAY 1
Maria Judd, Vice-President, Programs, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Vincent Dumez, Co-Director, Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership

17h00-18h00 FREE TIME
Transport to the Cocktail networking event at the Société des arts technologiques (SAT)
Society for Arts and Technology (SAT)
1201 Saint-Laurent Blvd 
Montreal (QC) H2X 2S6

Société des arts technologiques (SAT)
1201 Blvd St Laurent
Montreal, QC

18h00-18h30    ARRIVAL OF GUESTS
18h30-18h45    WORD OF WELCOME
Caroline Wong, Executive Manager of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
18h45-19h15    SCREENING OF SHORT FILM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GREG’S WINGS
Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story

“Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story is a short film on Greg Price’s journey through the healthcare system. The film gives a glimpse of who Greg was and focuses on the events of his healthcare journey that ended in his unexpected and tragic death. In spite of the sadness of Greg’s Story, the film is intended to inspire positive change and spark conversation about our healthcare system. We believe Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story is more than a movie and that it will trigger a movement.”

Produced by Greg’s Wings Projects

19h15-20h00    DISCUSSION ON THE FILM
Facilitated by:
Teri Price, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Greg’s Wings Projects
20h00-21h00   NETWORKING

* Please note that food and non-alcoholic beverages will be served during this event. Alcoholic beverages will be available at the cash bar.

07h00-08h00 BREAKFAST
08h00-08h15

DAY 2 OVERVIEW
Summarizing Day 1 and laying out objectives for Day 2

Vincent Poitout, Scientific Director of the Research Centre of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Montréal
Louise Poissant, Scientific Director, Fonds de recherche du Québec – société et culture 

08h15-08h45    PRESENTATION
Integrated transformation: Patient partnership in Learning Health Systems
Denis Roy, Vice President, Science et gouvernance clinique, Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux
08h45-10h15    PANEL DISCUSSION
“Integrating partnership”
FACILITATORS
Vincent Dumez, Co-Director of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
Marie-Pascale Pomey, Chairholder, Chair in Advanced Technology Assessment and Modalities & 
Co-Director of the Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
PANELISTS
Julie Drury, Chair, Minister’s Patient and Family Advisory Council, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
Yann Le Cam, Family Member, Patient Advocate, CEO, EURORDIS – Rare Diseases Europe
Yves Savoie, CEO, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Jennifer Zelmer, CEO, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Philippe Michel, President and Founder, L’Institut français de l’expérience patient and Director of Quality, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Lyon
Julia Abelson, Professor, Department of Health Evidence and Impact, McMaster University
10h15-10h30    HEALTH BREAK
10h30-11h45    OPEN SPACE THINK TANK
“Integrating Parternship: How do engagement levers of change integrate into the transformation of health system(s)?”

11h45-12h30    INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT CLOSING CIRCLE
Summary and collective action planning”
Ghislaine Rouly, Patient Partner, Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
Antoine Boivin, Chairholder, Canada Chair on Patient and Public Partnership & Co-Director, Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
12h30-13h30    CLOSING LUNCH – INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT 
START OF THE CANADIAN SUMMIT ON PATIENT AND PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP
13h30-13h50    ROUND TABLE INTRODUCTIONS
13h50-14h20    PRESENTATION
“Setting the stage for a Canadian coalition on Patient and Public Partnership”

Alies Maybee, Founding Member and Patient Partner, Patient Advisors Network
Carol Fancott, Director – Patient and Citizen Engagement, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Caroline Wong, Executive Manager, Centre of Excellence on Patient and Public Partnership
14h20-15h00    Identifying Canadian STRENGTHS and NEEDS in partnership
In an open format, participants will identify and brainstorm on what they consider key strengths, needs and challenges for partnership in Canada
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15h00-15h15    HEALTH BREAK
15h15-15h45    OPPORTUNITIES for a national strategy in patient and public partnership
Given the strengths and the needs identified above, participants will brainstorm and prioritize key actions to mobilize the patient engagement and partnership community in Canada individually and/or collectively.
15h45-16h00    CLOSING REMARKS
16h00               SUMMIT CONCLUDES

SPONSORS

This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of:

Location

Sheraton

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