Notre mission

CAN-Change regroupe des scientifiques et des praticiens spécialisés dans la conception et la conduite/diffusion d’interventions axées sur le changement des comportements de santé et fondées sur des données probantes, afin de favoriser l’adoption et le maintien de comportements sains. Continuer..

Nos programmes

Nos programmes de formation et ateliers s’adressent à divers professionnels de la santé (médecins, infirmières, psychologues, personnel paramédical) et étudiants, et ont traité d’une variété de sujets (notamment les approches basées sur la communication motivationnelle, les interventions axées sur l’observance, la gestion du stress, les stratégies de changement comportemental, la médecine multidisciplinaire). Continuer…

Dernières nouvelles

mars 26, 2021

Can-Change member Justin Presseau part of a new Canadian network for better researching and responding to the global threat COVID-19 variants pose

Aimed to create a national network for better researching and responding to the global threat COVID-19 variants pose will enable the real-time assessment of both the immune response to the virus variants and whether these variants are resistant to existing vaccines. The findings will provide decision makers with guidance regarding drug therapy, vaccine effectiveness, and other public health strategies.

mars 1, 2021

Can-Change member Dr. Kim Corace applauds new Eastern Ontario access to mental health initiative

The AccessMHA initiative brings together numerous organizations and partners to streamline the process for those seeking help. “We need to make sure that when people are reaching out, that they know where to go," says Dr. Corace.

février 11, 2021

CanChange member Dr. Gary Garber testifies before Ontario’s independent commission into long-term care

Dr. Gary Garber, former medical director of infection prevention and control at Public Health Ontario, told the Ontario long-term care commission that the agency had significant infection prevention and control expertise but that they did not go to long-term care homes suffering from the earliest outbreaks in the province — some of which became among the deadliest — over bureaucratic concerns.