Strategic advisor and patient partner
Ghislaine Rouly has been a patient since birth, living with two orphan genetic diseases. Ghislaine has always been working in the health sector and has acquired a unique level of experiential knowledge.
For the past five years, at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Montreal, she has been at ease within the DCPP (Patient Partnership Collaboration Directorate) team, where patient partnership has become her passion. She participates in mentoring, ethics courses, the three CSS courses on collaborative practices and also sits on the expert patient committee.
For several years now, she has been collaborating with Dr. Paule Lebel on a research project on the implementation of patient partners in the management committees of GMFs and GMFUs.
In collaboration with Dr. Antoine Boivin, she is working on several research projects including that of end-of-life care, medical assistance in dying (AMM) as well as the "nursing community" project.
Co-director of Dr. Marie-Pierre Codsi's master's project, a unique and avant-garde tandem between a resident and a patient. A winning team.
For more than 40 years, Ghislaine has been providing end-of-life support and sits on the governance committees of the AMM and on the GIS (Interdisciplinary Support Group) at the CHUM and the CIUSSS in the center-south of the island. from Montreal.
She is also the president of the Association des Ami (e) s du Patient at the CHUM and Notre-Dame. Recently at the Center of Excellence, Ghislaine has finally found her place. A wonderful sense of belonging and pride!