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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Project « Learning to get closer without...

April 16, 2015

Project « Learning to get closer without agressiveness»Principal investigators and stakeholders: J.P. Bonin, C. Larue, J.-F. Pelletier, H. Racine, H. Fradet, O. BeaudoinSummary: “Learning to get closer without aggressiveness” is an innovative aggression management training was created by and for...

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2nd Canadian National Research Perinatal Meeting

April 16, 2015

2nd Canadian National Research Perinatal Meeting: A lot of RRISIQ membersDuring the 2nd Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, which took place February 24th-26th in Montebello, Quebec, regular researchers and students from RRISIQ presented their perinatal and neonatal research projects to...

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Events

Pré-Congrès mondial des infirmières et infirmiers...

May 31, 2015 08:30 - 16:30 | RRISIQ event

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The Congrès mondial des infirmières et infirmiers francophones acquired during the last five editions, a solid reputation in any enviable global nursing community. This event remains high caliber appointment by excellence and reference for all specialists speaking nurse field.With a rich...

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Conference: Nursing reflective practice in...

April 23, 2015 11:59 - 14:00 | Non RRISIQ events

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Conference: Nursing reflective practice in clinical settingsConference organized by the Faculté des sciences infirmières de l'Université de MontréalSpeaker : Véronique Dubé, RN, PhD

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The principles of critical reading

April 30, 2015 11:00 - 12:00 | Non RRISIQ events

Organized by the Faculty of Nursing of the Université de Montréal, this conference is presented by Roxane Borges Da Silva, Ph. D., assistant professor in the FSI and researcher at the Public Health Research Institute of the University of Montreal.After recalling some basic principles of scientific...

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Videos

"IMPLANTATION DES IPS EN PREMIÈRE LIGNE AU QUÉBEC : MODÈLES, DÉFIS ET PROMESSES" Damien Contandriopoulos (PART 1)

"IMPLANTATION DES IPS EN PREMIÈRE LIGNE AU QUÉBEC : MODÈLES, DÉFIS ET PROMESSES" Damien Contandriopoulos (PART 1)

November 7, 2014|Videos RRISIQ events
This conference discusses the end of a research project on the deployment of advanced practice nurse practitioners (IPSPL) in Quebec. The project is based on a systematic review of the international literature and a multiple case study in six regions of Quebec. The six themes that need to be taken into account to support the deployment of IPSPLs and ensure the success of this intervention are discussed, namely the preparation of the reception, the role definition, the model patient tracking, collaboration, support and other factors. Elements, such as governance and leadership, fostering a long-term development of IPSPLs role and deployment of a strategic vision for the nurse to optimize front-line services are addressed.
"IMPLANTATION DES IPS EN PREMIÈRE LIGNE AU QUÉBEC : MODÈLES, DÉFIS ET PROMESSES" Damien Contandriopoulos (PART 2)

"IMPLANTATION DES IPS EN PREMIÈRE LIGNE AU QUÉBEC : MODÈLES, DÉFIS ET PROMESSES" Damien Contandriopoulos (PART 2)

November 7, 2014|Videos RRISIQ events
This conference discusses the end of a research project on the deployment of advanced practice nurse practitioners (IPSPL) in Quebec. The project is based on a systematic review of the international literature and a multiple case study in six regions of Quebec. The six themes that need to be taken into account to support the deployment of IPSPLs and ensure the success of this intervention are discussed, namely the preparation of the reception, the role definition, the model patient tracking, collaboration, support and other factors. Elements, such as governance and leadership, fostering a long-term development of IPSPLs role and deployment of a strategic vision for the nurse to optimize front-line services will be discussed.
Metasynthesis workshop by Dr Sally Thorne (part 2)

Metasynthesis workshop by Dr Sally Thorne (part 2)

April 10, 2014|Videos RRISIQ events
This conference organized by RRISIQ was given by Dr Sally Thorne (Associate Dean, Faculty of Applied Science and Professor in the School of Nursing at theUniversity of British Columbia School of Nursing in Vancouver) at McGill University on April 10th, 2014.