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Pierre Pluye

Pierre Pluye

pierre [dot] pluye [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Pierre Pluye, MD, PhD)

Associate Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine

Research Interests: Pierre Pluye is FRQS Research Scolar , Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine (McGill University), and Associate Member of the School of Information Studies (McGill), the Department of Social Studies of Medicine (McGill), the Division of Experimental Medicine (McGill), the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Community Studies (SMBD Jewish General Hospital), and the ‘Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie’ (UQAM). He is McGill co-representative at the Canadian Cochrane Network. Pierre has worked as a General Practitioner in France, and he is a specialist in Public Health and Social Medicine (PhD in Public Health & Health Promotion, Université de Montréal). He obtained New Investigator Awards from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Fond de la recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). He has expertise in mixed methods research and complex literature reviews (mixed studies reviews including quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods studies). His current CIHR-funded studies examine the application of information derived from electronic knowledge resources (email delivery, information retrieval, social media) and subsequent patient health benefits.

Keywords: Information Studies; Organization Studies; Mixed Methods Research, Mixed Studies Reviews

List of Publications:
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Research Grants

A Realist Review of Participatory Research: Disseminating the results to knowledge users in community-engaged scholarship, public health, health funding, and ethics review. CIHR. P. Bush ; M. Cargo ; L. Green ; T. Greenhalgh; C. Herbert ; J. Jagosh ; S. Law ; I. Lepore; D. Mowat ; P Pluye ; J. Salsberg ; S. Seifer; ; G. Wong. $25,000 (2013-2014)

Les soins partagés en santé mentale jeunesse. FRQS. Cécile Rousseau, Ghaida Hassan, Denis Lafortune, Toby Measham, Lucie Nadeau, Garine Papazian Zohrabian, Pierre Pluye, Rosario (Charo) Rodriguez, Mélanie Vachon. $757,500 (2012-2016)

Optimisation de la valeur des soins aux patients par une organisation agile du système hospitalier. FRQS. François Béland, Roland Grad, Liette Lapointe; Johanne Monette, Pierre Pluye, Isabelle Vedel et al. $4,000,000 (2012-2016)

The value of Update Minutes: An evaluation based on the Information Assessment Method. Diversified Business Communications Canada. Roland M Grad, Pierre Pluye. $15,800 (2012-2013)

Research scholar international exchange. University of Sao Polo. Cristiane Galvao, Pierre Pluye, Ivan Ricarte. $4,500 (2012)

What are the key processes and outcomes associated with Participatory Research with Health Organizations (PRO). CIHR. Ann Macaulay, Pierre Pluye, Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant, Bruce Brown, Jeannie Haggerty, Jim Henderson, Christine Loignon, Jean-François Pelletier, Sharon Parry, Carol Repchinsky, Michael T. Wright. $99,998 (2012-2013)

Le diagnostic et la prise en charge des patients avec troubles cognitifs en première ligne : déterminer les modèles d’intervention les plus efficaces et leurs conditions de succès. CIHR. Isabelle Vedel, François Beland; Martine Bouchard, Liette Lapointe, Johanne Monette, Christine Pelletier, Pierre Pluye. $100,000 (2012-2013)

Two-way knowledge translation between information providers and health professionals. Canadian Pharmacists Association. Pierre Pluye, Roland M Grad. $25,000 (2012-2013)

Evaluate the impact of information technology on medical practice. Practice Solutions (Canadian Medical Association company). Roland M Grad, Pierre Pluye. $98,910 (2011-2014)

La compétence sociale dans les soins de première ligne: améliorer l'équité et la santé par le dialogue entre les équipes de soins et les personnes en situation de pauvreté - Projet ÉQUIsanTÉ. IRSC - Subvention de fonctionnement. Christine Loignon, Catherine Hudon, Sophie Dupéré, Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier, Isabelle Gaboury, Jeannie Haggerty, Martin Fortin, Pierre Pluye, Collaborators: Marianne de Laat, Luce Pélissier-Simard $ Ann Macaulay. $184,416 (2011-2014)

Les transitions entre l’hôpital et les services de proximité des patients atteints de maladies chroniques : quelles sont les interventions efficaces et leurs conditions de succès. CIHR. Isabelle Vedel, Pierre Pluye, Hartley Stern; Frederic Abergel; Luce Beauregard, Mark Karanofsky; Lyne McVey; Simon Bergman; François Beland; Liette Lapointe; Johanne Monette. $99,038 (2011-2012)

Moving knowledge into primary care MOVE! /BOUGE! CIHR. France Legare, Brière, Dumont, Godwin, Katz, Loignon, Pluye, Grad, Grindrod, Menear, Rosenberg. $25,000 (2011-2012)

Réseau de recherche en soins médicaux de première ligne. FRQS. Jeannie Haggerty, Fortin, Kaczorowski, Légaré, Pluye. $25,000 (2011-2012)

Assessing and improving electronic knowledge resources in partnership with information providers. CIHR and FRQS. Pierre Pluye, Roland Grad, Carol Repchinsky, Jane MacDonald, Martin Dawes, Gillian Bartlett, Charo Rodriguez, Carmen Loiselle, Patrick Cohendet, France Légaré & Barbara Farrell. $220,494 (2007-2013)