Vincent Dumez

Vincent Dumez
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine

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Context: Patients and community members are engaged in nearly every aspect of health systems. However, the engagement literature remains siloed and fragmented, which makes it difficult to connect engagement efforts with broader goals of health, equity and sustainability. Integrated and inclusive models of engagement are needed to support further t...
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Introduction Healthcare-associated infections are an important patient safety concern, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Infection prevention and control implemented in healthcare settings are largely focused on the practices of healthcare professionals. Patient and family engagement is also recognised as an important patient safe...
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Context During the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions were imposed on visits in hospitals in the province of Quebec, Canada in an effort to reduce the risk of viral exposure by minimizing face-to-face contact in order to protect patients, visitors and staff. These measures led to social isolation for patients. In order to reduce this isolation, CHUM (...
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Background Patient engagement in care is a priority and a key component of clinical practice. Different approaches to care have been introduced to foster patient engagement. There is a lack of a recent review on tools for assessing the main concepts and dimensions related to patient engagement in care. Objective Our scoping review sought to map an...
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Context: Partnership between patients and health-care professionals (HCPs) is a concept that needs a valid, practical measure to facilitate its use by patients and HCPs. Objective: To co-construct a tool for measuring the degree of partnership between patients and HCPs. Design: The CADICEE tool was developed in four steps: (1) generate key dimensio...
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Background: Patient engagement in care is a priority and a key component of clinical practice. Different approaches to care have been introduced to foster patient engagement. There is a lack of a recent review on tools for assessing the main concepts and dimensions related to patient engagement in care. Objective: Our scoping review sought to map...
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Contexte et problématique : L’un des nombreux défis auxquels s’affrontent ceux qui entreprennent des projets de partenariat avec des patients est le recrutement des patients. Afin de rehausser l’efficacité du recrutement, la formation est un élément incontournable. Nous avons développé à cet effet une formation par concordance (FpC) diffusée en lig...
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Le curriculum de médecine de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université de Montréal connait plusieurs mutations majeures, dont l’adoption d’une nouvelle approche relationnelle dite de partenariat avec le patient et ses proches. L’approche repose sur le postulat du patient considéré comme acteur en possession d’un savoir important pour la formation des...
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This chapter focuses on the Partnership in Care and Services movement that has progressively emerged in health care since the beginning of the 2000s. In order to fully understand the foundations of this movement, this following will explore the way that this movement has come about within healthcare delivery systems, in health education, research,...
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This chapter presents the way in which citizen and patient participation in Quebec’s health and social services system came about, particularly though the presentation of what is now recognized as the “Montréal Model”, which refers to simultaneous integration of patients in education, research and the health system. Thanks to a structured process a...
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Patient-oriented approaches to healthcare management have been brought to the fore in recent years, yet this book underlines how even further change is needed in order to fully mobilise the experiential knowledge of patients, and ultimately improve our healthcare systems. With contributions from scholars and patients across the globe, this collecti...
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This Special Issue of Healthcare Quarterly aims to provide an overview of patient and family engagement in healthcare system improvement. It brings together experts (patients, clinicians, researchers, policy makers) from across the country tasked with sharing their experiential learning regarding engagement in the Canadian healthcare system. A team...
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Patient and citizen engagement is taking root in a number of healthcare organizations. These initiatives show promising results but require a supportive environment to bring systemic and sustainable impacts. In this synthesis article, we propose an ecosystemic perspective on engagement in health, outlining key elements at the individual, organizati...
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Background Patient and public engagement is growing, but evaluative efforts remain limited. Reviews looking at evaluation tools for patient engagement in individual decision making do exist, but no similar articles in research and health systems have been published. Objective Systematically review and appraise evaluation tools for patient and publ...
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Le présent document présente les définitions des principaux concepts fondateurs du partenariat patient en santé et services sociaux. Cette terminologie est le fruit du travail des patients et des professionnels (éducateurs et chercheurs) de l’Université de Montréal, principalement regroupés au Centre d’excellence sur le partenariat avec les patient...
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Le présent document présente les définitions des principaux concepts fondateurs du partenariat patient en santé et services sociaux. Cette terminologie est le fruit du travail des patients et des professionnels (éducateurs et chercheurs) de l’Université de Montréal, principalement regroupés au Centre d’excellence sur le partenariat avec les patient...
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Depuis une vingtaine d’années, les approches paternalistes des soins ont laissé progressivement la place aux approches centrées sur le patient qui personnalisent de plus en plus les soins selon les particularités, les valeurs et le vécu des patients. Malgré la contribution indiscutable et significative de ces dernières, le médecin et les profession...
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This article presents the "Montreal model", offering the patient, if he wishes, to become a patient partner for all the decisions that concerns him. We are presently witnessing, presently, major transformations in western societies. Chronic diseases affect a growing proportion of the population, leading a transition from the ascendancy of acute car...
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Chapter 3. The application of an integrated model of partnership-patient in the professionals of the health training: towards new one humanist paradigm and ethics of co-construction knowledges in health This article presents the “Montreal model”, offering the patient, if he wishes, to become a patient partner for all the decisions that concerns him...
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Partnering with patients is an urgent imperative for transforming the health care system to one that is focused on building a culture of health. Data supports this call by demonstrating positive impacts of patient engagement on health outcomes in different settings (CFHI, 2014; IOM, 2014). To respond to this growing trend, health care providers (HC...
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UNLABELLED: The approach of the partnership of care and services developed by the direction collaboration dans patient partnership (DCPP) of the Faculty of medicine of the University of Montreal, considers the patient as a full care actor, in the same way as healthcare professionals, his experientiel knowledges are recognized and the patient develo...
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A promising approach to improve the population's health and the quality of care and services provided by the health system consists of patient engagement at all levels of the health system together with training of health professionals. Since 2010, a new rational model based on the partnership between patients and healthcare professionals has been...
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Considéré le patient comme un partenaire de soins à part entière cela implique avant tout qu’il soit reconnu comme un acteur du soin au même titre que ses professionnels de santé et que, dans cette perspective, son rôle actif dans le processus clinique soit développé en continu afin de faciliter son autodétermination et son autonomie. Cet article d...
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This research focuses on the perception of patients who participated in Continuous Quality Improvement Committees (CIC) regarding their contribution, lessons learned, and challenges encountered. The committees are engaged in a care partnership approach where patients are recognized for their experiential knowledge and treated as full members of the...
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Dans le souci d’améliorer la santé de la population et d’améliorer la qualité des soins et des services délivrés par le système de santé, une des voies prometteuses est l’engagement des patients à tous les niveaux du système de santé ainsi que dans la formation des professionnels de la santé. Depuis 2010, un nouveau modèle relationnel, basé sur le...
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The prevalence of chronic diseases today calls for new ways of working with patients to manage their care. Although patient-centered approaches have contributed to significant advances in care and to treatments that more fully respect patients' preferences, values, and personal experiences, the reality is that health care professionals still hold a...
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La direction Collaboration et partenariat patient (DCPP) de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université de Montréal, codirigée par un patient, monsieur Vincent Dumez, et un médecin, docteure Paule Lebel, a pour mission de développer et d’intégrer l’approche du partenariat de soins et de services dans les soins, les processus d’amélioration continue de l...

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