Aude Motulsky is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Management, Evaluation and Policy at the University of Montreal School of Public Health, as well as a researcher at the Department of Innovation and Health Evaluation at the CHUM Research Centre. Her research activities focus mainly on the evaluation of interoperable digital clinical records and their impacts on health system management.
Marie-Pierre Moreault is a research professional at CHUM Research Centre and University of Montreal School of Public Health Research Centre. A nurse by training, Marie-Pierre also has a master’s degree in epidemiology. She currently works with Aude Motulsky and Jean-Louis Denis’s teams. She has participated in several research projects on the implementation and evaluation of health information technologies, learning health systems, and organizational performance.
Jonathan Lapointe is a doctoral student in public health at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) under the supervision of Professor Aude Motulsky where he works on the implementation and emergence of health technologies. He holds a bachelor’s degree in information technology engineering from the École de technologie supérieure and a master’s degree in health services administration from the Université de Montréal. For several years, he has been interested in the use of information technologies for the benefit of patients and has more than 4 years of experience as a technological adviser in telehealth at the CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS.
Mauricio is a doctoral student in public health at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) and is interested in the evaluation of primary care health digital technologies, including their implementation and impact. A family physician by training, Mauricio is a member of the Department of Family Medicine at the Catholic University of Chile. He also holds a master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Montreal, research option. He has been involved in several projects regarding the improvement of clinical practices of primary care teams, particularly by using information technology or by promoting knowledge transfer to clinical practice.
Man Qing is a master’s student in health services administration at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) under the supervision of Professor Aude Motulsky. She holds a professional doctorate in Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and works as a community pharmacist. She is interested in the evaluation of the impact of health information technologies, focusing specifically on the implementation of electronic prescription within the CHU Sainte-Justine. She also worked on the development of an artificial intelligence tool to extract standardized information from prescription data.
Louise is a doctoral student in bioethics at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM). Louise holds a specialized graduate degree in bioethics from the ESPUM and a master’s degree in microbiology from the University of Montreal. Louise worked as a bacteriologist in public health for 17 years. Subsequently, she worked with the Quebec Access to Information Commission (CAI), as an analyst and resource person for researchers in Quebec who wish to receive personal data for research purposes. As part of her doctoral studies, Louise became interested in data ethics in Quebec. Her research project aims to develop a logical model, both conceptual and organizational, promoting responsible and transparent access to personal health information by Quebec researchers while preserving the autonomy and protection of citizens’ privacy. This project is carried out under the supervision of Béatrice Godard, researcher in the Department of social and preventive medicine of the ESPUM, Aude Motulsky, researcher in the Department of management, evaluation and health policies of the ESPUM and Jean-Christophe Bélisle-Pipon, post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Law School and guest researcher at ESPUM.
Yan has a bachelor’s degree in physics and a master’s in medical physics from the University of Montreal. Yan started a second master’s in health services administration in the fall of 2017. He made an accelerated transition to a PhD degree in public health (management of health organizations and policies) under the supervision of Professor Jean-Louis Denis, from autumn 2019. His thesis subject focuses on learning health systems. In addition to his studies, Yan has several implications within student associations. He was notably elected as coordinator of undergraduate academic affairs at FAÉCUM for the year 2013-2014. He then became president of students in medical physics in Quebec from 2015 to 2017 as well as representative of the Department of Health Management, Evaluation and Policy at the School of Public Health of University of Montreal since fall 2017.
With a nursing background and ten years of experience in post-secondary teaching, Janine Badr is currently pursuing a doctorate in public health in order to develop and strengthen her research skills in both public health and in the analysis of health systems and policies.Her research focuses on e-health in Quebec. She aims to explore the perceptions of various actors in the healthcare system on the use of information technologies and connected technologies in their practices and to explore the impact this may have on personalized care and patient relations. Janine is also interested in the political and legal frameworks surrounding the implementation of these technologies and the training issues that they create. Finally, her research interests also focus on the role of patient advisors and their place in healthcare governance.
Geneviève is a master’s student at the National School of Public Administration (ÉNAP). Her research interests are assessing the adoption, implementation and impact of health information technology in the public sector. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biomedical sciences from the University of Montreal. Following her training in Montreal and Boston, she worked in various research teams in France and Canada in the fields of genetics, bioethics and scientific communication. She is currently the manager of the Patients & Public Partnership Platform of the CHUM Research Centre, and is involved in various research projects such as the evaluation of patient partnerships in various care and research contexts, ethical issues of partnership patient and co-design of web platforms for patients (research literacy).
Cécile Petitgand is Senior Advisor – Innovation & Artificial Intelligence (AI) Component at the University of Montreal Hospital Center (CHUM). She holds a doctorate in management science from the University of Paris-Dauphine and the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil), and a master’s degree in economics from the Paris School of Economics. She did her post-doctorate at the Health Hub: Politics, Organizations and Law (H-POD) of the University of Montreal and at the CHUM Research Center, where she still conducts research activities today as a researcher. associate professional.
Cécile Petitgand is also an associate researcher at the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technology (OBVIA), LABTNS and the JusticIA group of the University of Montreal. His expertise relates in particular to the management of the development and implementation of artificial intelligence systems in university hospitals in Quebec and Canada.
Catherine is a psychoeducator by training and has been working in the public health system for a few years, notably in CLSCs and child psychiatry services. During her master’s degree, she specialized in preventing cyber addiction among young people. Currently, she is interested in the potential of new technologies to improve the education and autonomy of clients, as well as the accessibility and effectiveness of psychosocial services for the population.
Nancy Cahill is a master’s student in health services administration at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) under the supervision of Professor Aude Motulsky and Professor Claude Sicotte. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Montreal. She has several years of experience in information technology, as a manager at Canada Health Infoway. Her research project focuses on the digital health information exchange (HIE) and its impacts for patients, health professionals and lawmakers.
Rayane Islambouli is a doctoral student in public health at the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) under the supervision of Professor Aude Motulsky. She holds a university degree in quality and accreditation of healthcare organizations as well as a master’s degree in health management. Rayane has more than 5 years of experience in surgical quality and was involved in several national and international accreditation procedures. She is interested in the use and implementation of information technology in hospitals.