News

RRISIQ New President : Mr Léonard Aucoin

December 17, 2014

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On November 5, the Board of Directors of RRISIQ named its new president: Mr Léonard Aucoin.Léonard Aucoin has a Masters in Psychology (M. Ps.) in 1971 and completed his clinical psychology PhD in 1973 at the University of Montreal. He received in 1983, a Masters in Public Health (MPH), optional...

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Healthy and Productive Work – Funding Opportunity...

August 31, 2015

Application Deadline:  November 30, 2015  We are pleased to share that the first phase of a two-phase call for applications under Healthy and Productive Work  has now been launched.   Healthy and Productive Work, a joint initiative of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Social...

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Master's Award - The CIHR research chair -...

August 5, 2015

The CIHR research chair - Politiques Connaissances et Santé [Policies, Knowledge and Health] is offering a master’s award for one year, funded by the University of Montreal Nursing Faculty, to support a research project related to innovative primary health care models and/or the development of...

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Events

"La place de l’économie dans les sciences de la...

September 15, 2015 09:00 - 11:30 | RRISIQ event

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Roxane Borgès Da Silva, Ph.D.

Presented by :Roxane Borgès Da Silva, Ph.D.Assistant Professor Faculté des sciences infirmières, Université de Montréal After defining the basic principles of economics and the field of health economics, Dr Borgès Da Silva will present some applications through examples of  health-related studies...

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Conference Dr Pai : « Open Access Publishing: the...

October 5, 2015 12:00 - 13:30 | RRISIQ event

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Conference « Open Access Publishing: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly »Presented by:Professor Madhukar Pai, PhDCanada Research Chair in Translational Epidemiology & Global HealthDirector, McGill Global Health ProgramsAssociate Director, McGill International TB Centre This lecture will discuss...

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International Conference : Researching Complex...

October 13, 2015 00:00 - October 15, 2015 12:00 | Non RRISIQ events

Researching Complex Interventions in Health: The State of the ArtAn International Conference13 – 15 October 2015University of Exeter, UK at The Rougemont Hotel, ExeterThis conference will bring together leading international contributors like yourself from the field of complex interventions for two...

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Videos

Conference Dr Summit Majumdar ( Part 3)

Conference Dr Summit Majumdar ( Part 3)

March 13, 2015|Videos RRISIQ events
Part 3- Conference « RCTs and Knowledge Translation (KT): Why Do We Let the Perfect Be the Enemy of the Good? »

Friday March 13th 2015

RCTs are the gold standard of perfect evidence, but are too often considered by journals, peer reviewers, and research funders as the only way to evaluate KT interventions; on the other hand many researchers end up conducting uncontrolled before-after studies of limited validity for a variety of pragmatic and other reasons. Using examples from his KT research program Dr Majumdar shows a number of potential study designs that are not “perfect” but are good enough to lead to peer-reviewed funding, publication in major journals, and changes in clinical practice.
Tutoriel pour la création d'un compte Zotero ( french version )

Tutoriel pour la création d'un compte Zotero ( french version )

May 5, 2015|Videos RRISIQ events
Tutoriel pour la création d'un compte Zotero (french version )
Tutoriel pour installer Firefox (french version)

Tutoriel pour installer Firefox (french version)

May 5, 2015|Videos RRISIQ events
Tutoriel pour installer Firefox (french version)