The project is entitled Co-constructing the Medication Reconciliation Process: Collaborative Research on Training based on Partners’ Needs Recognition and Contributions. It aims to experiment with a method that optimizes medication reconciliation through a richer collaboration that involves all health professionals in addition to patients. This is a pilot project that is being carried out at Montfort Hospital with stakeholders from 3 units/departments.
Results will make it possible, on the one hand, to optimize what is already being done in terms of medication reconciliation and on the other hand to amass preliminary data that will be used to submit a grant application to CIHR. The project is financed by Savoir Montfort with a $ 80,000 budget for 2017-2019.
Team and Contact information
- Institut du savoir Montfort
202-745A Montreal Road
Ottawa (ON) K1K 0T1
- +1 (613) 746-4621 x6060
François Chiocchio, University of Ottawa
Adèle Copti-Fahmy, Patient
Christine Landry, Montfort Hospital
Denis Prud’homme, Savoir Montfort
Isabelle Gaboury, Université de Sherbrooke
Marie-Hélène Chomienne, Hôpital Montfort
Martin Lauzier, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Suzanne Robichaud, Montfort Hospital
Philippe Marleau, Montfort Hospital
This project complies with the ethical rules for research involving human subjects.
- Montfort Hospital Ethics Review Board | Certificate No FC-24-05-16 valid until October 17, 2018
- University of Ottawa’s Office of Research Ethics and Integrity | Certificat No A10-17-03 valide jusqu’au 17 octobre 2018