The Patient-Centred Innovations for Persons with Multimorbidity (PACE in MM) is a Community Based Primary Health Care Team grant funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Co-led by Dr. Moira Stewart, Western University and Dr. Martin Fortin, Université de Sherbrooke, this 5 year program is predominantly a Quebec-Ontario bilingual partnership with co-investigators in four additional provinces (British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) and collaborators from six countries. This group is using a programmatic research approach and timeline to develop, implement and compare innovative models of integrated chronic disease prevention and management (CDPM).
The goal is to change primary health care and community-based chronic disease prevention and management programs to:
- move from a single disease focus to a multiple disease focus;
- centre on not only disease but also on the patient; and
- realign the health care system from separate silos to coordinated collaborations in care.
The overarching objectives of the study are:
- to identify factors responsible for success or failure of current CDPM initiatives linked to the primary health care reform
- to transform consenting CDPM initiatives identified by aligning them to promising innovations on patient-centred care for multimorbidity patients, and to test and compare these new innovations in two or more jurisdictions, and
- to foster the scaling up of innovations and to conduct research on different approaches to scaling up
Équipe de chercheurs
Mathieu Belanger; Onil Bhattacharyya; Antoine Boivin; Roxane Borgès Da Silva; Judith Belle Brown; Denise Campbell; Jocelyn Charles; Maud Christine Chouinard; Valerie Emond; Frances Gallagher; Rick Glazier; Jeannie Haggerty; William Hogg; Alan Katz; Christine Loignon; Pauline Pariser; Tia Pham; Helena Piccinini-Vallis; Sonja Reichert; Bridget Ryan; Tara Sampalli; Jonathan Sussman; Amardeep Thind; Walter Wodchis; Sabrina Wong; Merrick Zwarenstein
Pour plus de détails: http://www.paceinmm.recherche.usherbrooke.ca/