Patient-Oriented Research Support Units are locally accessible multidisciplinary hubs of specialized research resources, policy knowledge and patient perspective information. These units provide the expertise necessary for patient-oriented research and help guide reforms based on local health needs. In addition, they guide and facilitate decision-making in the health services context, encourage the implementation of best practices and promote collaboration among researchers involved in patient-oriented research.

Objectives of the support units:

  • Identify and meet the needs of patients and knowledge users by facilitating research.
    Provide specialized and multidisciplinary methodological expertise for patient-oriented research and its application.
  • Help policymakers and researchers find or design studies, perform biostatistical analyzes, manage data, secure and impart project management skills, and ensure studies meet regulatory standards.
  • Advance methods and training in comparative effectiveness research and train the next generation of methodological specialists.
  • Provide rapid access to data, including linked datasets, and integrate existing or new databases.

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Centre d’Excellence sur le Partenariat
with Patients and the Public

CRCHUM – Pavillon S
850, St-Denis Street, door S03.900
Montreal (Quebec) H2X 0A9
Telephone : 514 890-8000 ext. 15488

Patient Partner’s Office
Faculty of Medicine | Montreal university
Roger-Gaudry Pavilion
2900 boulevard Édouard-Montpetit,
office R-823-2
Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4
Telephone: 514 343-6111 ext. 5537

The Center of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public is a joint initiative supported by the University of Montreal (UdeM), the Faculty of Medicine of the UdeM and the Research Center of the Center hospitalier de l'Université de Montreal (CRCHUM).

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