Scientific co-director

Brief info

Dr. Philippe Karazivan is a family doctor and holds a master's degree in university health science education. He practices at the Notre-Dame Family Medicine Clinic in Montreal where he conducts his clinical and supervision activities with family medicine students and residents.

He is Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine at the University of Montreal, Associate Researcher at the CHUM Research Center and author of the founding article of the partner patient approach in Academic Medicine. in April 2015. He is also co-director of the master's program in university health science education at the University of Montreal.

He is currently working on the creation and implementation of the world's first master's research program for patients and healthcare professionals on the partnership.

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