This interactive conference aims to introduce promising initiatives in Québec and elsewhere, and explore how to meet the challenges involved in defining, measuring and achieving quality in networked systems.
The 2016 research symposium of the MUHC-ISAI will introduce internationally-acclaimed initiatives that are narrowing the distance between patient and researcher, and will hear from Quebec government, research, patient and industry leaders about how organizations are engaging patients in the research enterprise and what they see for the future.
This conference is designed to equip you with the skills and motivation required to take action and partner with patients to improve care. It will look at how patient engagement in health care has evolved, where it is heading and what it contributes to the innovative capacity of healthcare organizations. Best practices in patient recruitment and training, tools to evaluate engagement efforts, and innovative partnership methods will be presented. The healthcare community will discover resources and models to help initiate or further their own efforts, and healthcare leaders will discuss next steps they must take to support the spread of patient partnership.
The 7th annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI took place on October 2 and 3, 2014, in Montreal. Clinicians, patients, clinicians, manager and policymakers explored current manifestations of patient engagement and how they are changing health care processes and outcomes.
The 6th annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI examined the different threads of community engagement, see where the challenges and opportunities lay, and explore how they reinforce each other to assure strong viable healthcare institutions that respond to community needs and expectations.
The 2012 conference of the MUHC-ISAI examined what globalization means for health care capacity at home and abroad and explored new possibilities and concerns.
In Fall 2012, the MUHC’s Michael Churchill-Smith chaired the MUHC-ISAI roundtable discussion to look at how globalization is changing the world of health care and what policy challenges arise from these developments.
In 2012, Normand Rinfret delivered the MUHC-ISAI Director General’s lecture, looking at the MUHC’s role in international research and global health
The 2011 annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI looked at economic challenges to health care, the tenets of the Canada Health Act, and expectations of the renewed Health Accord. British and Dutch speakers presented the evolution of healthcare systems in their countries.
En 2011, Philippe Couillard a présidé la table ronde de l’IASI-CUSM, qui examinait les soins de santé qui ne sont pas présentement couverts par l’assurance maladie et les répercussions que cela entraîne sur la capacité d’améliorer du système.
The 2010 annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI assembles Canadian, US and European leaders to look at how health information and communication technologies are transforming health care.
In Spring 2010, The MUHC RI’s Vassilios Papadopoulos chaired the MUHC-ISAI roundtable discussion between physicians, ethicists, researchers, industry and patients on a policy framework for personalized medicine.
Dr. David Butler-Jones, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, was the MUHC-ISAI’s guest speaker at the 2010 Director General’s lecture. He looked at lessons learned from the A/H1N1 pandemic.
The 2009 annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI focused on the role of governments at federal at provincial levels in assuring viable healthcare systems. Examples from the US VA and Europe are included.
In Spring 2009, the MUHC’s Ann Lynch chaired an MUHC-ISAI roundtable discussion among nursing leaders (and a physician) about how nursing roles are evolving to meet new healthcare needs.
The first annual conference of the MUHC-ISAI, held in 2008, examined current trends in health care, challenges on the horizon, experience from the US and Europe and promising initiatives across Canada.