Research Seminar: A Portrait of Heterogeneity: Family Medicine Groups in Quebec

Friday, April 12, 2024 12:30to13:30

Nadia Sourial will present a portrait of the heterogeneity of family medicine groups in Quebec and its consideration for impact evaluation. This seminar will present results from a CIHR-funded study examining the heterogeneity of interprofessional primary care teams and discuss its potential impact on quality of care and health service use.

This seminar is organized by the Department of Family Medicine.

Seminar title: A Portrait of Heterogeneity: Family Medicine Groups in Quebec.

Speaker: Nadia Sourial, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Management, Evaluation and Policy, Université de Montréal.

When: Friday April 12, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.

Where: Virtually by Zoom. (A link will be sent to you after registration).

Research Seminar Series

Every month, a research seminar is held at the Department of Family Medicine where we either feature visiting researchers from other universities, or showcase the work of our own researchers. The seminars are attended by our graduate students, researchers and clinicians, and are open to the whole McGill community. They address a wide range of research methods and topics relevant to primary health care, and provide opportunity for interaction and exchange with the speakers. The Research Seminars are Fridays at around noon.

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