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Program - rvsante2017

Program

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

150 FACES, 150 REASONS, 150 COMMITMENTS

Starting at 10:00 a.m. – ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION

1:00 p.m. – OPENING ADDRESS

1:30 p.m. – PLENARY SESSIONS
                   150 reasons to take action together for quality and safety
                   Panel of international experts (In French)
                   International Perspectives : 150 reasons to take action together for quality and safety 
                    Animation:
                   Sébastien Audette, président des Programmes internationaux, Organisation de normes en santé
                   Panelists:
                   Dr Aitor Montes Lasarte, médecin de famille et associé d’enseignement, Agence de santé
                   Ozakideta, Pays basque espagnol
                   Dre Gwerfyl Roberts, professeure, École des sciences de la santé, Université de Bangor, Pays de Galles
                   Leslee Thompson, présidente-directrice générale, Agrément Canada

3:00 p.m. – HEALTH BREAK AND EXHIBITION
                  Stakeholders, partners and participants

3:30 p.m. – PARALLEL SESSIONS
                  150 reasons to take actions together for quality and safety
                   Workshop about : New Approaches to Reflect on Your Institution’s Active Offer  (In French)
    
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OR – NETWORKING WITH PARTNERS AND PARTICIPANTS

5:00 p.m. – WELCOMING COCKTAIL DINNER 
                  Parliamentarians, partners, stakeholders and participants
                  Welcoming remarks and a look at what is happening across the country

Thursday, November 2, 2017

150 FACES, 150 REASONS

  7:30 a.m. – REGISTRATION,BREAKFAST AND EXHIBITION

  8:15 a.m. – PLENARY SESSION
                    Opening Address

                                   150 faces
                                   Panels of Experts and Discussion Forum (In French)
                                   Various guests present the faces of patients, communities and professionals
                                    Panelists :
                                    Vincent Dumez, codirecteur, Direction collaboration et partenariat patient (DCPP), Faculté de médecine,
                                    Université de Montréal, Québec
                                    Stéphane Robichaud, directeur général, Conseil de la santé du Nouveau-Brunswick
                                     Dr Jean Roy, vice-doyen, Bureau des affaires francophones, Faculté de médecine, Université d’Ottawa

10:15 a.m. – HEALTH BREAK AND EXHIBITION

10:45 a.m. – PARALLEL SESSIONS
                    150 faces
                    Breakout Sessions a-b-c-d-e-f (participants choose one session)
                    Round tables, workshops and panel about:  (In French)
                    The Health of Francophones: the Data Available and Its Scope
                    Click here to learn more about parallel sessions

12:15 a.m. – LUNCH
                    Speaker: Dr Stanley Vollant

 1:15 p.m. – PARALLEL SESSIONS
                   150 reasons 
                   Breakout Sessions a-b-c-d-e-f (participants choose one session)
                   Round tables, workshops and panel about :
                   What Should Safe and Quality Health Services in French Look Like?  (In French)
                   Click here to learn more about parallel sessions

 3:00 p.m. – HEALTH BREAK AND EXHIBITION

 3:30 p.m. – POSTER SESSION
                   Click here to learn more about the poster session

 4:30 p.m. – Annual general meeting of the Société Santé en français

OR – Book Launch Accessibility and Active Offer – Health Care and Social Services in Lingusitic Minority Communities, edited by Marie Drolet, Pier Bouchard and Jacinthe Savard

APPRECIATION NIGHT
The SANTÉ EN FRANÇAIS appreciation awards will be presented to recognize the efforts and to celebrate the achievements in French-language health care

  7:15 p.m. – APPRECIATION NIGHT – RECEPTION

 8:30 p.m.  – APPRECIATION NIGHT – DINNER AND GALA AWARD CEREMONY
                   Speaker: The Honourable René Cormier, senator

Friday, November 3, 2017

150 COMMITMENTS

 7:30 a.m. – REGISTRATION BREAKFAST AND EXHIBITION

 8:15 a.m. – OPENARY PLENARY SESSION
                  Speaker: Michel Doucet

 9:00 a.m. – PARALLEL SESSIONS
                  150 commitments
                   Brweakout Sessions a-b-c-d-e-f (participants choose one session)
                   Round tables, workshops and panels about:
                   Leadership, Commitment and Public Policy: How Can We Expand and Intergate French
                   Into Canada’s Health Systems?
                   Click here tio learn more about parallel sessions

10:30 a.m. – HEALTH BREAK

10:45 a.m. – PLENARY SESSION
                    Panel of experts and Discussion Forum about: (In French)
                    How Can We Build the Capacity to Make a Difference? Reflection on where we are and a look ahead to the future
                    Panelists:
                    Louise Bradley, présidente, Commission de la santé mentale du Canada, Ontario
                    Linda Cardinal, professeure titulaire, École d’études politiques, Université d’Ottawa, Ontario
                    Pascal Michel, conseiller scientifique en chef, Agence de santé publique du Canada

11:45 a.m. – CLOSING ADDRESS
                   Speaker: Dr. Charles Boelen

12:15 p.m. – LUNCH
                    Declaration on the offer of French-language health care services in Canada

PARALLEL SESSIONS - DETAILS

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Wednesday, November 1 — 3:30 to 5:00 PM
150 REASONS TO TAKE ACTION TOGETHER FOR QUALITY AND SAFETY

BLOCK A – WORKSHOP
New Approaches to Reflect on Your Institution’s Active Offer

Martin Normand, stagiaire postdoctoral, Université d’Ottawa et Institut du savoir Montfort

Thursday, November 2 — 10:45 AM to 12::15 PM
150 FACES OF FRENCH LANGUAGE HEALTH CARE

BLOCK A – PANEL
Supporting Vulnerable Populations: Health of an Aging Population

  • McMaster’s Optimal Aging Portal: A Single Access Point to Evidence-based Data
    François-Pierre Gauvin, associé de recherche, McMaster Health Forum, Université de Moncton
  • The Socio-territorial Effects of Aging: A Case of Two MADA Towns in New Brunswick
    Majella Simard, professeurchercheur, Département d’histoire et de géographie, Université de Moncton
  • Working Together to Optimize French-Language Long-Term Care for OLCMs in Strong Minority Settings
    Geneviève Laferrière-Gauthier, coordonnatrice de projets, Réseau franco-santé du Sud de l’Ontario
  • Portrait of the Next Generation to Provide Services in French to the Aging Population
    Suzanne Dupuis-Blanchard, professeure agrégée, Chaire de recherche en santé CNFS-Université de Moncton

BLOCK B – PANEL
Healthy Communities Mean Healthy Individuals

  • Social Capital and Health in Iqaluit, Nunavut
    Marie-Josée Charrier, étudiante, Université Laurentienne, Ontario
  • Healthy Start Assessment: An Initiative to Improve Physical Activity and Nutrition Among 3- to 5-year-olds at Early Childhood Centres
    Anne Leis, professeure titulaire et directrice du Département de Santé communautaire et d’épidémiologie du Collège de Médecine de l’Université de la Saskatchewan
  • Challenges Facing the Franco-Albertan Community in Alberta’s Opioid Crisis
    Ouedraogo Sayouba, chargé de cours, Campus Saint-Jean, Université de l’Alberta
  • A Participatory, Proactive Approach: Healthy Schools and Communities
    Barbara Losier, directrice générale, Mouvement Acadien des Communautés en Santé du Nouveau-Brunswick (MACS-NB)

BLOCK C – PANEL
Updating the Mental Health Issues in French-speaking Communities

  • Impact of the SSF’s Initiative to Strengthen Manitoba Capacity to Address Mental Health
    Nathalie Sombié G., coordonnatrice des services en français et responsable du projet : Renforcer la capacité, Santé en français, Manitoba
  • Women and Depression: The Soothing, Therapeutic Power of the Research Case Study
    Anne Charron, chef du secteur science infirmière, professeure titulaire et chercheure, Université de Moncton
  • The Mental Health of Francophone Immigrants and Refugees and Their Use of Support Services
    Danielle De Moissac, professeure titulaire, Faculté des sciences, Université de Saint-Boniface
  • Linguistic Identity and Social Representation of Mental Health Services Among People with Depression
    Maude Lévesque, assistante à la recherche, Université d’Ottawa, Ontario

BLOCK D – WORKSHOP
Social Innovation for the Health and Welfare of Francophones in Canada
Céline Romanin
, coordonnatrice nationale, Ensemble pour le développement social des communautés francophones et acadiennes du Canada

BLOCK E – WORKSHOP
Access to Linguistic Data and Variables: State of Play
Louise Bouchard
, professeurechercheure, Université d’Ottawa
Jacinthe Desaulniers, présidentedirectrice générale, Réseau des services de santé en français de l’Est de l’Ontario

BLOCK F – PARTICIPATIVE WORKSHOP
Leader in action!
Leadership Space – Partners from Across the Country Share Successful Initiatives or Inspiring Models for Access to French-language Health Services

Thursday, November 2 — 1:30 to 3:00 PM
150 Raisons d’offrir des services de santé en français

BLOCK A – PANEL
150 REASONS TO PROVIDE FRENCH-LANGUAGE HEALTH CARE SERVICES

  • The Franco Doc Approach: Outcomes and a Look Ahead
    Danielle Barbeau-Rodrigue, directrice des affaires francophones, École de médecine du Nord de l’Ontario
  • The Impact of a Community’s Language Profile on the Workload of Family Physicians
    Patrick E. Timony, attaché de recherche, Centre de recherche en santé dans les milieux ruraux et du nord
  • What Motivates French-educated Doctors and Nurses to Get Involved in Training?
    Anouk Utzschneider, chercheure et conseillère en mesures et évaluation, Centre de formation médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick,
    Université de Moncton
  • Niagara’s Health Careers Bus
    Nancy Larivière, coordonnatrice de projet, Réseau franco-santé du Sud de l’Ontario

BLOCK B – PANEL
The Role of Interpreters, Coaches and Caregivers in the Care Journey of a Francophone Patient

  • Community-aimed Health Coaching Services
    Ann Leis, professeure titulaire et directrice du Département de Santé communautaire et d’épidémiologie du Collège de Médecine, Université de la Saskatchewan
  • A Redesigned Fall Prevention Program Using Videoconferencing
    Bernard Pinet, coordonnateur de projets de formation, CNFS-Volet Université d’Ottawa
  • Arm in Arm: Skilled and Healthy Caregivers
    Tinteia Madalina, coordonnatrice de projets, Coalition des femmes de l’Alberta
  • Changing the World One Call at a Time: A Canada-wide French Language Support Line
    Jean-François Parent, directeur général, Tel-Aide Outaouais

BLOCK C – WORKSHOP
Reaching the Immigrant Francophone Population: Communication Strategies and Innovative Approaches
Sophie Wertheimer
, experte-conseil, Sophie Wertheimer Service de consultation, Ontario

BLOCK D – PANEL
Social Characteristics of Francophone Populations at the Heart of Health Improvement

  • Francophone Health Literacy: A Status Report and Solutions
    Nathalie Boivin, professeure-chercheuse, Secteur sciences infirmières, Université de Moncton – Campus Shippagan
  • Call to Action! Priority Areas for Reflection on People with Disabilities
    Judith Parisien, directrice générale, Le Phénix, Ontario
  • A Profile of Users of Hôpital Montfort Services from 2003 to 2010
    Jan Warnke, doctorant en géographie, Université Laval et chercheur, Université McGill, Québec
  • The Transfer of Knowledge in Mental Health Services of Minority Language Communities
    Mylène Kosseim, directrice générale, Centre psychosocial, Ottawa

BLOCK E – PANEL
Clinical Training: A Means of Integrating the Added Value of Future Professionals Able to Serve in French in a Minority Setting

  • Practical Experience in Remote Communities: The Nunavut/Yukon Experience
    Roxanne Bélanger, professeur adjointe, Université Laurentienne
  • Developing and Setting up a Work Placement Lab in a Francophone Minority Setting
    Guy Bouchard, directeur général adjoint et responsable des services cliniques, Centre psychosocial d’Ottawa

BLOCK F – PANEL
Innovations in Providing Health Care Services with the Contribution of Francophones in Minority Communities

  • Collaborative Partnership Model for Implementing an Active Offer: The Rexdale Case
    Constant Ouapo, agent de planification, Reflet Salvéo
  • An Integrated Approach to French Language Health Care Services in BC: A Question of Active Demand and Active Offer
    Benjamin Stoll, directeur général, RésoSanté Colombie-Britannique
  • Analysis of the Challenges and Issues Around Delivering French Language Health Services in Nunavut
    Sylvie Rivard, professeure, École de service social, Université Laurentienne, Ontario
  • Impact of Language Barriers on Access to Health Care Services: The Franco-Canadian Experience
    Danielle de Moissac, professeure titulaire, Faculté des sciences, Université de Saint-Boniface

Friday, November 3 — 9:00 to 10:30 AM 
150 COMMITMENTS: EXPANDING AND RESTRUCTURING THE PLACE OF FRENCH IN CANADA’S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

BLOCK A – PANEL
When Reflection Leads to Action

  • For Healthy Aging in French: Working Together to Take Political Action
    Suzanne Dupuis-Blanchard, professeure agrégée, Chaire de recherche en santé CNFS-Université de Moncton sur le vieillissement des populations
  • Kit on Collaborative Leadership in Health and Social Services in French Language Minority Communities
    Emmanuelle Careau, professeure agrégée, Département de réadaptation de la Faculté de médecine, Université Laval et directrice scientifique du Réseau de collaboration sur les pratiques interprofessionnelles en santé
    et services sociaux du Québec
  • PairForm®: An Action Research Initiative in a French Language Minority Setting
    Jalila Jbilou, professeure-chercheure au Centre de formation médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick et professeure agrégée, École de psychologie de l’Université de Moncton
  • The Effectiveness of Language Rights in the Health Sector
    Éric Forgues, directeur général, Institut canadien de recherche sur les minorités linguistiques, Université de Moncton

BLOCK B – WORKSHOP
Active Offer: Current Issues and Challenges, Emerging Practices and Strategies for Action
Moderated by: Marielle Beaulieu, consultante, Ottawa et Marc L. Johnson, sociologue-conseil, Socius recherche et conseils, Gatineau
Presenters-Researchers: Pier Bouchard, professeur, École des hautes études publiques, Université de Moncton et Sylvain Vézina, professeur, École des hautes études publiques, Université de Moncton
Presenters-service providers: Pauline Babineau, directrice des langues officielles, Réseau Santé Horizon, Nouveau-Brunswick, Marie Grisbrook, infirmiere praticienne, Clinique Francophone de Calgary et Diane Quintas, directrice générale, Réseau du mieux-être francophone du Nord de l’Ontario

BLOCK C – PANEL
Leadership, Commitment and Tools for Implementing the Active Offer of French Language Health Services

  • The Relationship Central to the Active Offer of French Language Services: An Innovative Tool for Awareness-Raising
    Lise Voyer, gestionnaire du recrutement et de la promotion des carrières, Santé en français (Manitoba)
  • Active Offer and Interprofessional Collaboration Practices: Training for Future Health Professionals
    Florette Giasson, directrice, École de travail social, Université de Saint-Boniface, Manitoba
  • Action Levers for the Active Offer of French Language Services: Influencing People and Structures
    Jacinthe Savard, professeure agrégée et directrice du programme d’ergothérapie, Université d’Ottawa

BLOCK D – PANEL
Development of Health Care Systems Through the Involvement of Francophone Communities

  • Modernizing and Transforming New Brunswick’s Health Care System
    Shelley Robichaud, directrice des soins de santé primaire, Réseau de santé Vitalité, Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Health Hubs: Getting Francophones Involved in Health Care
    Elsa St-Onge, agente de gestion de projets et de communication, Réseau du mieux-être francophone du Nord de l’Ontario (RMEFNO)
  • Active Offer Through Interpretation in Minority Communities
    Angèle Brunelle, directrice générale, L’Accueil francophone de Thunder Bay

BLOCK E – WORKSHOP
Enhancing Mental Health Capacity in Francophone Communities: Mental Health First Aide
Arlynn Bélizaire, directrice de la planification et de l’engagement communautaire, Réseau des Services de Santé en Français de l’Est de l’Ontario

BLOCK F – PARTICIPATIVE WORKSHOP
Leader in action!
Leadership Space – Partners from Across the Country Share Successful Initiatives or Inspiring Models for Access to French-language Health Services

Click here to learn more about parallel sessions

* In order to streamline the schedule, the organizers chose to only include the names of the main presenters of the papers and workshops. The names of co-presenters and co-authors will be included in the 2017 Rendez-vous Santé en français program

DISPLAYS - DETAILS

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Thursday, November 2 — 10:45 AM to 12::15 PM

150 FACES OF FRENCH LANGUAGE HEALTH CARE

Niagara’s Health Careers Bus
Nancy Larivière, coordonnatrice de projets, Réseau franco-santé du Sud de l’Ontario

The Health Caravan: Taking Online Resources Out Into the Community
Benjamin Stoll, directeur général, RésoSanté Colombie-Britannique

The Effect of Language on End-of-Life Care Outcomes
Denis Prud’homme, directeur scientifique, Institut du Savoir Montfort – Recherche

Status of French Language Services in the Northwest Territories
Audrey Fournier, coordonnatrice, Réseau TNO Santé

Health Profile of Francophone Seniors in Manitoba: Longitudinal Study on Aging in Canada
Ndeye Rokhaya Gueye, professeure, Université de Saint-Boniface

Risk Factors for Overweight and Obese Children Aged 0 to 3.5 in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada
Etienne Dako, professeur, Université de Moncton

The Change Theory Approach: Planning Based on Research and Experience
Marc L. Johnson, sociologue conseil à Socius rechercheet conseils

The Language Variable and the Quality of Care in Residential Care Facilities: Preliminary Analysis
Denis Prud’homme, directeur scientifique, Institut du Savoir Montfort – Recherche

Health Navigator: Beginnings of a Promising Product for the Active Offer of Community-based Services for Francophones
Dicky Dikamba, directeur général, Association des volontaires unis dans l’action au Canada, Alberta

How to Assess the Lunch Boxes of Children Attending Summer Camp?
Julie Auclair, enseignante chercheure à ÉCOBES – Recherche et transfert, Cégep de Jonquière

Putting Off Health Care by Francophone African Students at the Université de Saint-Boniface
Halimatou Ba, professeure, Université de Saint-Boniface

150 REASONS TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN FRENCH

The “Goodbye Arthritis” Tool Available to Ottawa Francophones in Rehabilitation Services
Lucie Brosseau, professeure, Université d’Ottawa

Work Placements in Francophone Communities to Prepare for Work in OLMCs
Jacinthe Savard, professeure agrégée et directrice du programme d’ergothérapie, Université d’Ottawa

Model of Optimal FrenchLanguage Long-Term Care for OLCMs in Strong Minority Settings
Geneviève Laferrière-Gauthier, coordonnatrice de projets du Réseau franco-santé du Sud de l’Ontario

ISTAP Skin Tear Classification: Validation of Cross-cultural Adaptation in Canadian French
Valérie Chaplain, infirmière stomothérapeute, Hôpital Montfort, Ontario

The Experience of Dietetics Students with a Series of Interprofessional Simulations
Mylène Rosa, candidate à la maîtrise ès Arts en Éducation, Université d’Ottawa

Exploring the Decision Making for Choice of Training Language and the Next Generation of Francophone Nurses
Michelle Lalonde, professeure adjointe, École des sciences infirmières, Université d’Ottawa

The Dilemma in Publishing Health Materials on Language Barriers and Inequity
Danielle Barbeau-Rodrigue, directrice des affaires francophones, École de médecine du Nord de l’Ontario

Impact of the Shortage of Teachers on Canadian French Language Nursing Programs
Julie Chartrand, professeure adjointe à l’Université d’Ottawa

Increasing and Enhancing the Active Offer of French Language Health Services in Northern Ontario
Gouled Hassan, agent de projet, CNFS – Volet Université Laurentienne

Living Life Fully: An Innovative and Flexible National Mental Health Promotion Program
Marie Dussault, gestionnaire, Association canadienne pour la santé mentale, Division Colombie-Britannique

Ethno-epidemiological Guidelines for Allocated, Desired and Demanded Sanitary Areas in Francophone Minority Settings
Boniface Bahi, professeur d’anthropologie, Université de l’Alberta – Campus Saint-Jean

A Profile of Users of Hôpital Montfort Services from 2003 to 2010
Jan Warnke, chercheur-consultant, Université Laval

A Redesigned Fall Prevention Program Using Videoconferencing
Dominique Cardinal, gestionnaire du volet formation, CNFS – Volet Université d’Ottawa

150 COMMITMENTS: EXPANDING AND RESTRUCTURING THE PLACE OF FRENCH IN CANADA’S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

Becoming Informed, Getting Educated, Taking Action: The Domino Effect. How Strategies to Meet the Needs of Yukon’s Health Professionals for Training and Information are Improving the Response to Community Health Needs.
Sandra St-Laurent, directrice, Partenariat communauté en santé (PCS) et Association franco-yukonnaise-partenaire régional CNFS

Click here to learn more about the poster session

* In order to streamline the schedule, the organizers chose to only include the names of the main presenters of the papers.
The names of co-presenters and co-authors will be included in the 2017 Rendez-vous Santé en français program.

Opening of the RENDEZ-VOUS SANTÉ EN FRANCAIS

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