CAHSPR Conference 2015

CAHSPR

Hotel Bonaventure Montreal
Montreal Quebec May 25, 2015 - May 28, 2015

2015 CAHSPR Conference
Learning from Each Other: Across disciplines, jurisdictions and generations
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 -  Thursday, May 28, 2015
Pre-Conference Day | Monday, May 25, 2015

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The 2015 annual CAHSPR conference is made possible through organizational contributions. We wish to thank these conference sponsors for their generous support.


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Exhibitors




The French Health System: Insights From A High Performing System


Health System Improvement In Australia: Knowledge Organizations As Enablers


Alchian, Williams, Bookshelves and Cost-Effectiveness Thresholds: The Power of Multum in Parvo Hall Laureate Presentation, The Justice Emmett Hall Memorial Foundation


Pan-Canadian Health Reform Analysis Network: How To Write A Health Reform Analysis And Get It Published


Is There A Future For Regionalization In Canada?



Tuesday, May 26, 2015


SP1 : Health Care System Performance in Canada and the US: Challenges and Promise in Moving Toward Effective, Patient-Centered Care


SP2 : Strategies for Motivating Partnerships between Researchers and Research Users


SP3 : Implementing Health Networks in Quebec: Innovation in a Nutshell

  • Pernelle Smits, Faculty of Business Administration, Laval University; Marie Hélène Jobin, Director, Pôle Santé, École des HÉC, University of Montréal; Michel Clair, president, Alliance santé Québec, Laval University


Thursday, May 28, 2015


SP4 : Building Systems-Level Evidence From The Mosaic of 12 Research Programs In The CIHR Signature Initiative On Community Based Primary Health Care


SP5 : Prevention and Health Promotion in the Context of Health Reform and Budgetary Restrictions


SP6 : Towards People-Centered Health Systems: Novel Efforts To Support Public And Patient Engagement In Canada

  • François-Pierre Gauvin McMaster Health Forum (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
  • Marie-Pascale Pomey Université de Montréal
  • Isabelle Ganache Éthicienne, Commissaire à la santé et au bien-être, Professeure adjointe de clinique, Université de Montréal (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
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  • Alexandre Berkesse Université de Montréal (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
  • Julia Abelson McMaster University


A B C D E F


A1 Health Human Resources



A2 Health Reform I



A3 Primary Healthcare: Reform and performance



A4 Chronic Disease Management and Aging



A5 Knowledge Translation & Exchange



A6 Health Care Costs and Chronic Disease



A7 What can nurses do to solve the primary care woes of Canadian healthcare systems?



B1 Pharmaceutical Policy I



B2 Chronic Disease Management I



B3 Primary Healthcare and Access



B4 Chronic Disease Management II



B5 Access & Equity and Primary Healthcare



B6 Health Economics



B7 Improving care for older adults and individuals with dementia in the French and Canadian health care systems: insights and challenges in evaluating policy



C1 Aging



C2 Aboriginal (Primary Healthcare & Access and Equity)



C3 Primary Healthcare and New Models



C4 Quality, Safety & Performance Measurement and Primary Care



C5 Quality, Safety & Performance Measurement



C6 Research Methods or Innovations



C7 Knowledge Translation Across Health Disciplines: Lessons on Successful Engagement and Meaningful Impact. An SWG-Led Panel



D1 Aging



D2 Access & Equity & Young



D3 Primary Healthcare (Cancer, Mental Illness, Alcohol)



D4 Chronic Disease Management



D5 Quality, Safety & Performance Measurement (Patient Experience or Care)



D6 Public Health



D7 Pan-Canadian Real-world Health Data Network



E1 Health Reform II



E2 Access & Equity and Aging



E3 Primary Healthcare and Nursing



E4 Chronic Disease Management



E5 Health Economics



E6 Health Human Resources



E7 Creating Capacity in Support of System Transformation in Ontario



F1 Maternal Child Health & Mental Health



F2 Knowledge Translation & Exchange



F3 Primary Healthcare Linked with Secondary Care



F4 Health Economics (Costs)



F5 Quality, Safety & Performance Measurement and Chronic Disease Management



F6 Pharmaceutical Policy II



F7 Long-Term Solutions: Fair and Sustainable Options for Financing Universal Long-Term Care in Canada



F8 Models and Innovations of Primary Health Care: What works? In what ways? For whom? and What’s next?




RF1 The CHOICE Project: Engaging Older Adults in Healthcare Decision-Making



RF2 Quality Indicators for End-of-Life Care in Ontario



RF3 Effects of Family Medicine Groups on visits to the emergency department among diabetics in Quebec between 2000 and 2011: a population-based segmented regression analysis of an interrupted time series



RF4 Factors associated with having or not having a family doctor



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