Research project: Creating an observatory of health information for Francophone communities outside of Quebec
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|Dr. Louise Bouchard||University of Ottawa||
Operating Grant: Modelling knowledge on population health – Official Language Minority Communities
Dr. Bouchard's research project is the development of a web-based platform focused specifically on minority Francophone populations. This observatory will bring together statistics and other health data geo-referenced to Francophone communities outside of Quebec to assess to what extent these communities have access to health services and health professionals in their official language of choice.
This information will then be shared with community groups and decision-makers to give a true picture of the health of Francophone communities outside of Quebec and identify gaps and ways to fill them.
The grant was awarded to Dr. Louise Bouchard and is the product of a pan-Canadian group of experts, including:
- Eric Forgues, Director, Institut canadien de recherche sur les minorités linguistiques
- Josée Guignard Noël, Institut canadien de recherche sur les minorités linguistiques
- Jalila Jbilou, professor and researcher, École de psychologie, Université de Moncton, Centre de formation médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick
- Denis Prud'homme, Full Professor, École des sciences de l'activité physique, Associate Vice-President of Research and Scientific Director of the Institut de recherche de l'Hôpital Montfort
- Jacinthe Desaulniers, Director General, Réseau des services de santé en français de l'Est de l'Ontario
- Anne Leis, speech therapist, psychologist, and Department Head, Community Health and Epidemiology, University of Saskatchewan
- Mariette Chartier, professor, University of Manitoba, researcher at the Manitoba Center for Health Policy
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