Gather Create Humanize

Advancing the science of patient and public partnership to create healthier communities.

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About

The role of the Partnership Lab is to gather patients, caregivers, citizens, health professionals and policymakers. By doing so, it aims to create common solutions in order to humanize and improve the health of our communities.

A gathering space

The Lab offers physical and virtual spaces for collaboration between members of the public (patients, caregivers and citizens) and health professionals (clinicians, managers, researchers, educators, and policymakers). It promotes long-term engagement of the various partners around common projects.

A creative space

The Lab implements creative processes to find solutions to collective problems, but also to foster mutual learning between partners. New ideas will emerge that are informed by the experiential knowledge of those living with a health condition, those with professional expertise and those with a deep understanding of the communities that are engaged.

Transforming to humanize

The Lab implements creative processes to find solutions to collective problems, but also to foster mutual learning between partners. New ideas will emerge that are informed by the experiential knowledge of those living with a health condition, those with professional expertise and those with a deep understanding of the communities that are engaged.

Lab Team

Antoine Boivin, MD, PHD

Antoine Boivin, MD, PhD

Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in Patient and Public Partnership

Audrey L’Espérance, PhD

Audrey L’Espérance, PhD

Research Coordinator

Catherine Purenne

Catherine Purenne

Administrative Assistant

Yi-Sheng Chao

Yi-Sheng Chao, MD, MPH, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Andrée-Anne Paré-Plante

Andrée-Anne Paré-Plante, MD

MSc Student

François-Pierre Gauvin, PhD

François-Pierre Gauvin, PhD

Research Associate

Frédéric Tousignant

Frédéric Tousignant

Coordinator and Web Project Manager

Geneviève Garnon

Geneviève Garnon

PhD Student

Marie-Pierre Codsi

Marie-Pierre Codsi, MD

Étudiante à la maîtrise

An initiative of:

Canada Research Chair in Patient and Public Partnership

 

In partnership with:

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The Partnership Lab

The role of the Partnership Lab is to gather patients, caregivers, citizens, health professionals and policymakers. By doing so, it aims to create common solutions in order to humanize and improve the health of our communities.

Contact

Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM)
850, St-Denis Street
Montréal (Québec) H2X 0A9 Canada

info@partnershiplab.org

Supported by:

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