Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation


Our mission: providing health professionals and their patients with the necessary skills to promote shared decision-making throughout the healthcare continuum.

News

You will find in the present section the latest news regarding the Canadian Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation

Publication

Our Team Publishes an Article on a Taxonomy of Behavior Change Techniques for Promoting Shared Decision Making

The article entitled "Towards a taxonomy of behavior change techniques for promoting shared decision making" was published in the journal Implementation Science. The objective of this study is to develop a taxonomy of behavior change techniques to guide future implementation initiatives in the context of shared decision making .

By Titilayo Agbadje, 24/08/2020

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Our Team Publishes an Article on a Taxonomy of Behavior Change Techniques for Promoting Shared Decision Making

The article entitled "Towards a taxonomy of behavior change techniques for promoting shared decision making" was published in the journal Implementation Science. The objective of this study is to develop a taxonomy of behavior change techniques to guide future implementation initiatives in the context of shared decision making .

By Titilayo Agbadje, 24/08/2020

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France Légaré Contributes to an Article on a Professional Training Program on Shared Decision-Making in Elderly People Living with Neurocognitive Disorders

The article entitled "Professional training on shared decision making making with older adults living with neurocognitive disorders: a mixed-methods implementation study" was directed by Moulikatou Adouni Lawani and published in the journal BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. The objective of this study was to study the implementation and evaluate the effects of a vocational training programme including an e-learning activity on shared decision making and five decision boxes on the management of people with neurocognitive disorders.

By Titilayo Agbadje, 24/08/2020

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France Légaré Contributes to an Article on a Professional Training Program on Shared Decision-Making in Elderly People Living with Neurocognitive Disorders

The article entitled "Professional training on shared decision making making with older adults living with neurocognitive disorders: a mixed-methods implementation study" was directed by Moulikatou Adouni Lawani and published in the journal BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. The objective of this study was to study the implementation and evaluate the effects of a vocational training programme including an e-learning activity on shared decision making and five decision boxes on the management of people with neurocognitive disorders.

By Titilayo Agbadje, 24/08/2020

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France Légaré is One of the Recipients of the 2020 CMA Awards

On Monday, August 10, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) announced the recipients of the 2020 CMA Awards. The program recognizes outstanding contributions to medicine or the health care system each year. Dr. France Légaré is one of 16 recipients and received the Dr. Léo-Paul Landry Medal of Service.

By Titilayo Agbadje, 14/08/2020

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France Légaré is One of the Recipients of the 2020 CMA Awards

On Monday, August 10, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) announced the recipients of the 2020 CMA Awards. The program recognizes outstanding contributions to medicine or the health care system each year. Dr. France Légaré is one of 16 recipients and received the Dr. Léo-Paul Landry Medal of Service.

By Titilayo Agbadje, 14/08/2020

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France Légaré contributes to an article about assessing the effect and exploring the influence of some of the characteristics of printed educational materials (PEMs) on the practice of healthcare professionals and patient health outcomes

 The article "Printed educational materials: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes", published in the Cochrane Library, aims to assess the effect and explore the influence of some of the characteristics of the printed educational materials (e.g. source, content, format) on the practice of healthcare professionals and patient health outcomes.

By Sébastien Drouin, 06/08/2020

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France Légaré contributes to an article about assessing the effect and exploring the influence of some of the characteristics of printed educational materials (PEMs) on the practice of healthcare professionals and patient health outcomes

 The article "Printed educational materials: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes", published in the Cochrane Library, aims to assess the effect and explore the influence of some of the characteristics of the printed educational materials (e.g. source, content, format) on the practice of healthcare professionals and patient health outcomes.

By Sébastien Drouin, 06/08/2020

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France Légaré contributes to an article about implementing a program to improve the care transition experiences of frail elderly patients from Hospitals and Emergency Departments to the Community

The article " Learning Integrated Health System to Mobilize Context-Adapted Knowledge With a Wiki Platform to Improve the Transitions of Frail Seniors From Hospitals and Emergency Departments to the Community (LEARNING WISDOM): Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Implementation Study ", published in the JMIR Publications journal, describes the study that will measure the impact following the implemention of a a context-adapted Acute Care for Elders (ACE) program in four hospitals in the Chaudère-Appalache region of Quebec.

By Sébastien Drouin, 06/08/2020

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France Légaré contributes to an article about implementing a program to improve the care transition experiences of frail elderly patients from Hospitals and Emergency Departments to the Community

The article " Learning Integrated Health System to Mobilize Context-Adapted Knowledge With a Wiki Platform to Improve the Transitions of Frail Seniors From Hospitals and Emergency Departments to the Community (LEARNING WISDOM): Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Implementation Study ", published in the JMIR Publications journal, describes the study that will measure the impact following the implemention of a a context-adapted Acute Care for Elders (ACE) program in four hospitals in the Chaudère-Appalache region of Quebec.

By Sébastien Drouin, 06/08/2020

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Tools and training

You will find in the present section the tools and trainings developed by the team of the Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation

Shared decision making tools

In order to facilitate shared decision making implementation in different health contexts, these tools are available in different formats and for different types of knowledge users.

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Professional training


Our team specializes in training healthcare professionals by helping them developing the skills that will allow them to promote patient participation in decision making.

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Our team


Research team: Chairholder, Master's students, Doctoral students, Postdoctoral students, Research professionals, Collaborators ...

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Our mission

Providing health professionals and their patients with the necessary skills to promote shared decision-making throughout the healthcare continuum.

Vision

Acting as a premier training and support center and to be a cutting-edge implementation research group that helps healthcare professionals, both across Canada and abroad, to implement shared decision-making in a clinical setting.

Objectives
  • To identify primary healthcare professionals needs in order to promote strategies that encourage patients to participate in decision-making. In other words, to foster shared decision-making;

  • To assess the impact of shared decision-making on healthcare professionals and on patients.

Values
  • Professional integrity and ethics

  • Excellence and continued improvement

  • Innovation and creativity

  • Rigor and respect


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