Homepage

This website is organized as follows :

Methodological tools

Guidelines and tips on how to carry out various methodological aspects of research more quickly and efficiently

Technical tools

Web-based applications to facilitate faster access to up-to-date information for the evaluation and continuous improvement of services

Data analytics

Contemporary statistical approaches, machine learning, and multiplatform data visualization for better data analysis

Research Literacy

Resources to help people understand basic research concepts and establish a common language among patients, managers, clinicians and researchers involved in a collaborative research project

Trainings Sessions

List of training opportunities to help managers, clinicians, patients and researchers collaborate in POR

Publications

List of publications related to our tools and initiatives

Who are we ?

The Methodological Development component of the Quebec SPOR SUPPORT Unit aims to meet the needs of researchers with respect to methodological approaches and methodologies for planning, conducting, and evaluating patient-oriented research (POR). It is located in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill University under the direction of Drs. Pierre Pluye and Tibor Schuster (family medicine) and the associate direction of Dr. Elham Rahme (medicine).

Our initiatives

Methodological developments

Our methodological developments include initiatives on :

  • Information monitoring of trends
  • Adaptation and validation of methods in POR
  • The creation of new methods and tools

The Methodological Developments component mobilizes and collaborates with methodological experts from the Quebec, Canadian and international scientific community.

For any service requests, please CLICK HERE (french only) to submit a request form. To share your methodological needs with us, please contact us at [email protected].

Research Literacy

Research literacy aims to help people understand basic research concepts. It helps establish a common language among patients, managers, clinicians and researchers who are called upon to collaborate on a research project.

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Methodological Development component
of the SPOR SUPPORT Unit | Quebec


Department of Family Medicine
5858, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
3rd floor
Montréal, Quebec H3S 1Z1
Phone: (514) 399-9134
[email protected]

Quick links
SPOR SUPPORT Unit | Quebec
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
McGill | Department of Family Medicine

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