SynapTiC is a knowledge transfer event implementation unit that presents series of webinars on various topics, intended for the CIUSSS-ODIM and Health Network staff.
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April 20th: Measures to promote Hospital Fluidity
Everyone in the healthcare network
Presentation in French
Learn more about how our CIUSSS measures performance indicators for patient flow so that every day we can implement clinical actions and improve the qualityand accessibility of care for our users.
PIERRE LEMAY, Associate Director—Quality, Assessment, Performance and Ethics Directorate (QAPED)
ALESSANDRA TAVERNESE, Planner—Programming and Research, Fluidity ProgramÉMILIE MARCIL, Planner—Programming and Research, Performance and Statistics
May 2nd: Using augmented reality in Spine Surgery
Everyone in the healthcare networkPresentation in English
In surgery, the use of Augmented Reality supported surgical navigation techniques is not novel; however, existing systems often require the surgeon to shift attention from the operating field to the monitor where specific patient information is displayed. A “Surgical Reality System” will be presented that provides patient-specific information using highly accurate integrated coordinate system.
ANTONIA ARNAERT, Associate Professor at the McGill University Ingram School of Nursing; Associate Member of the McGill University Department of Surgery, Division of Experimental Surgery; Global Oncology Associate Member of the McGill University Department of Oncology; Associate Member of the St. Mary’s Research Centre, and an Associate Researcher at the Integrated Health and Social Services Center Outaouais (CISSS de l’Outaouais).SWAJAN PAUL, Internationally trained spine surgeon and currently a PhD candidate in the McGill University Department of Experimental Surgery.
June 20th: THE INNOVATION PROCESS: Myths, Facts, and Scope
Innovation skeptics and supporters within the health and social services network
Presentation in French
The innovation process is too often compared to a path littered with obstacles. Where to start? How to innovate? How to report the results and, at the same time, get your colleagues and workplace on board in this new era?
Speaker:ANNIE GUÉRARD, M.Sc. M.B.A., is a lecturer at HEC Montréal.