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Matthew Menear, MSc, PhD

 

Tel: 418-525-4444 ext. 53531
Email: matthew.menear.1@ulaval.ca
Twitter: @mattmenear

Postdoctoral Student

  • Research avisor : Dr. France Légaré, MD, PhD, Professor, Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation.

Department

  • Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval 

Biography

  • PhD in Public Health – Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec (2008-2014)
  • MSc in Community Health – Université Laval, Quebec, Quebec (2006-2008)
  • Research Coordinator, Martin Lepage’s laboratory, Brain Imaging Group at the Douglas Institute Research Centre, Montreal, Quebec (2002-2006)
  • BSc in Psychology (Honours) – McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

Awards

  • 2016 - Co-PI, Research Grant, CERSSPL (1 year, $15,000)
  • 2015 - Co-PI, Knowledge Synthesis Grant, CIHR (1 year, $100,000)
  • 2015 - Co-PI, Operating Grant, CIHR (3 years, $295,419)
  • 2014 - Postdoctoral Fellowship, CIHR (3 years, $45,000)
  • 2014 - Postdoctoral Training Award, FRQ-S (2 years, $30,000)
  • 2014 - Knowledge Translation Canada Student Fellowship and Training Program, (2 years, $10,000)
  • 2012 - Strategic training Award, CIHR, TUTOR-PHC (1 year, $12,000)
  • 2012 – Strategic training Award, CIHR, TUTOR-PHC (1 year, $12,000)
  • 2012 – PhD grant, Faculté des études supérieures de l'Université de Montréal (1 year, $12,000)
  • 2012 – Supplementary Scholarship, Research Center of Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal ($1,000)
  • 2012 – Best oral presentation Award, student category – Primary Care Research Conference ($250)
  • 2011 – Travel awards, IHSPR Institute Community Support (ICS) Program, CIHR ($1,500)
  • 2011 – Co-PI, Planning Grant - MOVE/BOUGE team, CIHR (1 year, $25,000)
  • 2009 – Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) Program, CIHR (3 years, $105,000)
  • 2008 – Strategic Training Award, CIHR, RAMHPS (1 year, $20,000)
  • 2006 – Graduate training Sholarship, FRSQ (2 years, $30,000)

    Research Interests

    • Patient engagement and shared decision making
    • Interprofessional collaboration and integrated care
    • Organization of health services
    • Knowledge translation
    • Primary health care
    • Mental health care

    Research Projects

    • Development of a survey to evaluate the integration of mental health care in primary healthcare
    • Identifying strategies to enhance patient engagement in collaborative mental health care: a realist review and mixed-methods study
    • Improving the decision process about location of care with the frail elderly and their caregivers

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