Luc Mathieu

Luc Mathieu
Université de Sherbrooke | UdeS · School of Nursing

DBA

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July 2002 - present
Université de Sherbrooke
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Publications (47)
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De plus en plus d’adolescents à risque de suicide se tournent vers les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) pour chercher de l’aide. Or, à ce jour, aucune étude n’a exploré le processus de recherche d’aide par les TIC chez des adolescents à risque de suicide. Afin de pallier cette situation, une étude par théorisation ancrée a...
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The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for help-seeking is becoming more and more common for adolescents at risk of suicide. Objectives The aim of this current study was to better understand the help-seeking process of adolescents at risk for suicide. Methods A grounded theory methodology was used to describe the experience of...
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An EMR should support the informational needs of nursing practice. However, a multidimensional measure of the actual use of an EMR in hospitals ranked at different adoption stages revealed significant results that should be addressed to enable nurses to bring their full contribution to their patients and to the healthcare team.
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Résumé Cet article explore les facteurs qui influencent la recherche d’aide des adolescents concernant les idées suicidaires. D’une part, certaines caractéristiques personnelles influencent la recherche d’aide, dont le sexe, l’âge, le groupe ethnique, ainsi que la présence de problèmes de santé mentale. D’autre part, il existe de nombreux obstacles...
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Aims: A discussion of an optimal set of indicators that can be used on a priority basis to assess the performance of nursing care. Background: Recent advances in conceptualization of nursing care performance, exemplified by the Nursing Care Performance Framework, have revealed a broad universe of potentially nursing-sensitive indicators. Organiz...
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Purpose: When dealing with health issues, older cancer patients are likely to visit emergency rooms (ER), which are known to expose these patients to the risk of adverse outcomes. Little is known about the profile and reasons for such visits. The aim of this study is (1) to describe the profile of elderly cancer patients aged 70 years and older wh...
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Plusieurs modèles de développement du leadership infirmier élaborés à ce jour ont été conçus pour la gestion, mais très peu pour la pratique infirmière clinique et encore moins pour la pratique infirmière avancée (PIA). Outre le fait de poser la définition du leadership, cet article propose un regard critique sur les dimensions et les comportements...
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Résumé Introduction et objectifs Les directrices de soins infirmiers (DSI), responsables de la qualité et de la sécurité des soins dispensés dans un établissement de santé, occupent un rôle capital dans les organisations de soins. Mais qu’en est-il de leur capacité à exercer de l’influence sur les décisions ayant un impact sur les soins ? Le but d...
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Introduction: The overall aim of this project is to help develop knowledge about primary care delivery models likely to improve the accessibility, quality and efficiency of care. Operationally, this objective will be achieved through supporting and evaluating 8 primary care team pilot sites that rely on an expanded nursing role within a more inten...
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Background Despite considerable collective improvement efforts and clinical initiatives to integrate palliative and end-of-life care the intensive care unit (ICU), few patients are currently receiving palliative care in this particular setting as promoted by the World health organisation (WHO). Aim Our first study showed that three conditions promo...
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Emergency room (ER) nurses are frequently exposed to traumatic events (TE) at work. These events can lead to symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The goal of the present study was to describe the factors associated with PTSD symptoms. A cross-sectional descriptive correlational design was used. The sample consisted of 35 nurses from a...
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The help-seeking concept is largely used in the healthcare system and seems relatively well understood by healthcare professionals even though no consensus on this concept has yet been reached. More specifically, the Internet help-seeking concept by adolescents with suicidal thoughts has yet to be explored. To clarify this concept and eventually de...
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Looking for help on the Internet by adolescents with suicidal thoughts: a concept analysis The help-seeking concept is largely used in the healthcare system and seems relatively well understood by healthcare professionals even though no consensus on this concept has yet been reached. More specifically, the Internet help-seeking concept by adolescen...
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Introduction: Although the ultimate goal of the intensive care unit (ICU) is to save and prolong human life, the integration of palliative care approach in this fast-paced highly technologic environment is increasingly recognized as a means of restoring the global nature of care and enhances the integrity of the person. In this perspective, a recen...
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The home care and services provided to older adults with the same needs are often inadequate and highly varied. Integrated care pathways (ICPs) can resolve these issues. The aim of this study was to develop the content of ICPs to follow-up frail and disabled community-dwelling older people. A RIGOROUS PROCESS WAS APPLIED ACCORDING TO A SERIES OF ST...
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Unlabelled: The aging population, the complexity and irreversibility of certain conditions lead to the deaths of 20% of patients admitted to intensive care units (ICU). However, in Quebec, as elsewhere in America, few of them currently receive palliative care. Method: inspired by a conceptual model considering nursing as a moral practice, this p...
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Conditions to facilitate palliative « good care » in intensive care unit by nurse’s perspective The aging population, the complexity and irreversibility of certain conditions lead to the deaths of 20 % of patients admitted to intensive care units (ICU). However, in Quebec, as elsewhere in America, few of them currently receive palliative care. Meth...
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Interoperable electronic health record (EHR) solutions are currently being implemented in Canada, as in many other countries. Understanding EHR users' perspectives is key to the success of EHR implementation projects. This Delphi study aimed to assess in the Canadian context the applicability, the importance, and the priority of pre-identified fact...
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Caring for dying patients is part of daily practice for the nurses working in intensive care unit (ICU). Few studies have documented what nurses consider to be "good palliative care" in this context. This phenomenological study was conducted in four phases and was designed to understand how the provision of "good palliative care" is expressed accor...
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Electronic health record (EHR) implementation is currently underway in Canada, as in many other countries. These ambitious projects involve many stakeholders with unique perceptions of the implementation process. EHR users have an important role to play as they must integrate the EHR system into their work environments and use it in their everyday...
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Data extraction grid: Facilitating factors or barriers related to EHR implementation.
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Characteristics of included studies, per EHR user group.
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Barriers and facilitators to EHR implementation, per study (numbers in bold refer to the extraction codes in Additional file 1).
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Table S1. Factors perceived as barriers (B) or facilitators (F) influencing electronic health record implementation, per user group.
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The goal of this study was to identify support activities for emergency room nurses who have been exposed to traumatic events, in order to prevent post-traumatic stress disorder. Emergency room nurses experience stress during traumatic events, for which they need support. It turns out that such support is insufficient, ineffective or non-existent....
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Good palliative care in intensive care unit : for nurses, a way to prospect Caring for dying patients is part of daily practice for the nurses working in intensive care unit (ICU). Few studies have documented what nurses consider to be « good palliative care » in this context. This phenomenological study was conducted in four phases and was designe...
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This article presents the findings of a doctoral study about the internal and external resources required to develop nursing informatics competencies in student nurses. Colleges and universities are responsible for training nursing students, including in the area of nursing informatics. Even though nursing informatics is a specialty recognized by t...
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In Canada, federal, provincial, and territorial governments are developing an ambitious project to implement an interoperable electronic health record (EHR). Benefits for patients, healthcare professionals, organizations, and the public in general are expected. However, adoption of an interoperable EHR remains an important issue because many previo...
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In the Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec region of the province of Quebec, Canada, an integrated services network has been implemented for frail seniors. It combines three of the best practices in the field of integrated services, namely: single-entry point, case management and personalized care plan. A shared interdisciplinary electronic health record...
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PURPOSETo develop, implement, and evaluate a clinical knowledgeñbased nursing information system (NIS) to assist nurses working in the field of geriatrics.METHODS Using a model familiar to information systems analysis, the author proposes a model in six dimensions (the quality of the system, the quality of the information, uses for the information,...

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Décrire les types de TIC les plus couramment utilisés pour trouver des ressources en lien avec le suicide Comprendre le processus de recherche d'aide par les TIC des adolescents ayant un risque suicidaire pour trouver des ressources en lien avec le suicide
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The overall aim of this project is to help develop knowledge about primary care delivery models likely to improve the accessibility, quality and efficiency of care. Operationally, this objective will be achieved through supporting and evaluating 8 primary care team pilot sites that rely on an expanded nursing role within a more intensive team- based, interdisciplinary setting.