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August 26 2016

Our team contributes to an article published in "Maturitas"

Our team contributes to an article published in "Maturitas" entitled: Opens external link in new windowPostmenopausal women with abdominal obesity choosing a nutritional approach for weight loss: a decisional needs assessment

We identified several decisional needs influencing postmenopausal women when choosing between a low-fat diet and a diet rich in fruit and vegetables. These findings could inform the design of decision support interventions that address the decisional needs of women for making and implementing informed decisions about a nutritional approach for weight loss.

Authors: Poirier N, Légaré F, Stacey D, Lemieux S, Bégin C, Lapointe A, Desroches S.

July 19 2016

Our team contributes to an article published in "International Journal of Integrated Care"

Our team contributes to an article published in "International Journal of Integrated Care" entitled : Opens external link in new windowThe Evolution of an Interprofessional Shared Decision-Making Research Program: Reflective Case Study of an Emerging Paradigm

This reflective case study sheds light on the evolution of interdisciplinary team science. It offers new approaches to implementing emerging knowledge in the clinical context.

Authors : Dogba MJ, Menear M, Stacey D, Brière N, Légaré F.

July 19 2016

Our team publishes a new article in "Research Involvement and Engagement"

Our team has publishes an article in "Research Involvement and Engagement" entitled : Opens external link in new windowDevelopment of a decision guide to support the elderly in decision making about location of care: an iterative, user-centered design

We developed a decision guide to support elderly people and their caregivers in decision making about location of care. This paper is one of few to report on a fully collaborative approach to decision guide development that involves end-users at every stage (caregivers and health administrators early on, the frail elderly in the final stages). The guide is currently being evaluated in a cluster randomized trial.

Authors : Garvelink MM, Emond J, Menear M, Brière N, Freitas A, Boland L, Becerra Perez MM, Blair L, Stacey D, Légaré F.

July 11 2016

Our team publishes a new article in "BMC Research Notes"

Our team has published an article in "BMC Research Notes" entitled : Opens external link in new windowHealth literacy in pregnant women facing prenatal screening may explain their intention to use a patient decision aid: a short report

Special attention should be given to pregnant women with lower health literacy levels to increase their intention to use a DA and ensure that every pregnant women can give informed and value-based consent to prenatal screening.

Authors : Delanoë A, Lépine J, Leiva Portocarrero ME, Robitaille H, Turcotte S, Lévesque I, Wilson BJ, Giguère AMC, Légaré F.

July 07 2016

Job opportunity: Research Associate (Category 3)

Dr. France Légaré, Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation, researcher at CHU de Québec-Université Laval (Hôpital St-François D’Assise) and family physician at the St-François D’Assise Family Practice Teaching Unit, is currently looking for a Research Associate to coordinate the work of the Knowledge Translation component of the national SPOR (Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research) Network in Diabetes and its Related Complications.

 

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June 30 2016

Noémie Roy wins the IAPS Young Researchers' Best Paper Award 2016

Congratulations to Noémie Roy who won the IAPS Young Researchers' Best Paper Award 2016 for her presentation entitled : Improving a decision aid tool for older adults facing relocation: The influence of architectural factors. The presentation took place in Sweden during the 24th International Association People-environment Studies (IAPS) conference, from June 26th, 2016 to July 1st, 2016.

June 29 2016

Our team publishes a new article in "BMJ Open"

Our team has published an article in "BMJ Open" entitled : Opens external link in new windowPrevalence of clinically significant decisional conflict: an analysis of five studies on decision-making in primary care

Prevalence of CSDC in patients who had enrolled in studies conducted in primary care contexts was substantial and appeared to vary according to the type of decision as well as to patient characteristics such as sex, living arrangement and age. Patients presenting risk factors of CSDC should be offered tools to increase their involvement in decision-making.

Authors : Thompson-Leduc P, Turcotte S, Labrecque M, Légaré F.

June 26 2016

2016-2017 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships Competition

The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships program is the Canada's most prestigious and highest valued award for doctoral researchers. It is designed to support world-class students pursuing doctoral degrees at Canadian universities. The scholarships awards $50,000 per year for three years and are open to both Canadian and international students. Students must be nominated by the Canadian university at which they plan to study.

For more information : http://www.vanier.gc.ca/en/home-accueil.html

June 20 2016

Our team contributes to an article published in "Research Involvement and Engagement"

Our team contributes to an article published in "Research Involvement and Engagement" entitled : Opens external link in new windowGiving voice to older adults living with frailty and their family caregivers: engagement of older adults living with frailty in research, health care decision making, and in health policy

In this review, we summarize existing literature on engaging older adults living with frailty and their family caregivers across three settings: research, health and social care, and policy. We discuss strategies and barriers to engagement, and ethical and cultural factors and implications.


Authors : Holroyd-Leduc J, Resin J, Ashley L, Barwich D, Elliott J, Huras P, Légaré F, Mahoney M, Maybee A, McNeil H, Pullman D, Sawatzky R, Stolee P, Muscedere J.

June 15 2016

Our team publishes a new article in "Patient Education and Counseling"

Our team has published an article in "Patient Education and Counseling" entitled : Opens external link in new windowTraining health professionals in shared decision making: update of an international environmental scan

Production of SDM training programs is growing fast worldwide. Like the original scan, this update indicates that SDM training programs still vary widely. Most still focus on the single provider/patient dyad and few are evaluated.

Authors : Diouf NTMenear MRobitaille HPainchaud-Guérard GLégaré F.


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