Support for scientific publications

The Quebec Population Health Research Network (RRSPQ) is pleased to announce its support for scientific publications program.

The purpose of this program is to financially support network members for the publication of scientific work (books, articles, ...) dealing with a topic related to population health research and the activities of the QPHRN axes.

The QPHRN aims at optimizing the use and application of population health research results in policy and practice towards improving the healthcare system and population health. To this end, the QPHRN aims to support activities that address the integration of knowledge into practice and policy and involve interdisciplinary, interinstitutional and cross-sectoral collaborations. The QPHRN also recognizes the importance that research consider and address the principles of equity, inclusion and diversity in practice and policy.

 

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Application deadline for the 2022-2023 -  2nd competition
January 9th, 2023 - 5pm

Contact

genevieve.malboeuf@teluq.ca

The Quebec Population Health Research Network (QPHRN) is pleased to announce its support for the scientific publications program. The purpose of this program is to financially support network members for the publication of scientific work (books, articles, ...) dealing with a topic related to health populations research. Preference will be given to publications tying in with the activities of one or more of the 6 QPHRN axes.

This support can cover :

  • Editing and translation costs;
  • Open access fees. Please note that articles that are already published cannot be submitted for this competition, unless the journal regulations allow a post-publication modification of the manuscript so as to explicitly acknowledge the financial support of the Network;
  • Other publication expenses (e.g. print costs for a book)

This financial support cannot be used to pay an author or a research assistant (for instance to perform a systematic review or data analysis).

Eligibility

  • All “Regular researcher” or “student” members of the QPHRN are eligible for this competition.
  • The applicant must be the first author of the published work.
  • Applicants must be able to submit their publication to the journal or publishing house mentioned in their submission on March 31, 2023, at the latest. For larger works (such as books), the deadline for submitting the manuscript to the publishing house may be extended on the basis of a written and detailed request, subject to approval by the Network.
  • For works such as books, candidates must already have an estimate from the publishing house (estimate of total costs).
  • Priority will be given to publications that address the integration of knowledge into public policy and / or practice. Publication of the same work cannot be funded more than once by the QPHRN.
  • A same author can apply and/or appear as the first author or coauthor in several applications to the current "Support for publications" competition. Yet, for equity reasons, a same author cannot be funded more than once per year in this competition. If any author appears in multiple applications, priority may be given to the application that gets the highest evaluation score.
  • Regular members can submit more than one application to all QPHRN funding opportunities but can only be awarded once in each category. 
  • A same QPHRN student member can apply to several annual competitions launched by the QPHRN but a Master’s student cannot be awarded more than $5,000 per year, and a Ph. D. or postdoctoral student $10,000 per year. 

Application

Applications must be submitted as one single attachment (Microsoft Word or PDF file) via electronic mail – by mentioning “2022 Competition – scientific publications” as the subject – no later than January 9, 2023 - 5pm, at the following address: genevieve.malboeuf@teluq.ca

Application Content 

Please download the application form to know more about the required content for your submission.

Evaluation Criteria

Applications will be evaluated by a peer review committee according to the following criteria:

  • Current state of publication progress – priority will be given to the most advanced projects.
  • Link to the mission, objectives and strategic priorities of the QPHRN and its Axes. Priority will be given to publications that address the integration of knowledge into practice and/or public policies aimed at improving the health of populations. 
  • Preference will be given to works that will be the result of interdisciplinary, interinstitutional or intersectoral collaborations between several authors.
  • Quality, originality, innovative nature, and potential impact of the publication.
  • For books: quality of dissemination plan (launching event, plan for dissemination, ...).
  • Quality of journal or publisher - Please, beware of predatory journals! (See https://predatoryjournals.com/journals/)

Recipients’ Commitments

  • Recipients must submit their publication to the journal or publishing house mentioned in their submission on March 31, 2023, at the latest. For larger works (such as books), the deadline for submitting the manuscript to the publishing house may be extended on the basis of a written and detailed request, subject to approval by the Network. Otherwise, the QPHRN will not be required to reimburse publication costs.
  • Recipients must inform the QPHRN in the event of refusal of publication by the journal mentioned in their submission. The Network will no longer bear the cost of publication in another journal, unless the recipients resubmit their manuscript in a subsequent competition and they are selected once more.
  • The costs of open access, editing and/or translation must be advanced by the recipients. They will need to submit proof of payment for a refund, up to $ 3,000.
  • The reimbursement request must be submitted within one month of payment (or the last payment in the event of multiple invoices).
  • Funded authors must explicitly mention the QPHRN’s financial contribution in the publication. The following acknowledgment is suggested: “The authors thank the Quebec Population Health Research Network (QPHRN) for its contribution to the financing of this publication”.
  • A copy of the publication must be sent to the QPHRN in order to serve as a scientific report.
  • The recipients will agree to publish the title and a summary of their publication (in French and English) on the QPHRN website, as soon as their selection is announced.
  • The authors agree to publish the link to their article on the QPHRN website.
  • Recipients will be invited to present their publication orally during the QPHRN's annual scientific day.

 

Amount

10 X $3000 max

Application deadline

January 9th, 2022 - 5 pm

Download the competition description in pdf

Download the application form

Contact

genevieve.malboeuf@teluq.ca 

2022-2023

Pour découvrir les résumés - cliquez ici !

Nathalie Auger (UdeM) et al. “Suicide attempts in adolescents the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Audrée Jeanne Beaudoin (USherbrooke) et al. « Intervention positive visant le développement des habiletés socioaffectives des enfants de 4 à 8 ans en milieu scolaire ».
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Kimberly Borwick (USherbrooke) et al. « Enjeux de sécurité culturelle concernant la transplantation et le don d’organe : perspectives de personnes issues des Premières Nations et professionnelles de la santé ».
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Sarah Cooper (UdeM) et al. “Age-appropriate full vaccination coverage in children 0-14 months in Burkina Faso: Trends between 2010-2021 and repercussions of COVID-19”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Geneviève Fortin (UdeM) et al. “Portrait of Montréal healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 during the first wave of the pandemic: a cross-sectional observational study”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Marie-Catherine Gagnon-Dufresne (UdeM) et al. “Understanding malnutrition management through a socioecological lens: Evaluation of a community-based child malnutrition program in rural Uganda”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Jonathan Gervais-Hupé (UdeM) et al. “What are the perceived needs of people living with chronic pain regarding physiotherapy services? A scoping review protocol”. 
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Mélanie Levasseur (USherbrooke) et al. “Impact of COVID 19 on trajectories of older Canadians’ depressive symptoms: results from a Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging multilevel longitudinal study exploring the protective effect of communities’ age-friendliness”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Marie-Hélène Lévesque (USherbrooke) et al. “Social prescribing and preventive occupational therapy: A greater way to cope with adversity?
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Nessrine Nasser Eddine (UdeM) et al. “Multi-matrices biomonitoring approach to assess exposure to metals and trace elements in the Lebanese population and association with drinking water consumption”.
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Inégalités sociales de santé et équité

Nolwenn Noisel (UdeM) et al. Environnement et santé publique, fondements et pratique, 2e édition. 
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Lauriane Ouellet (ULaval) et al. “Healthy development of urban Inuit children: A look at the needs and resources to support Inuit families in southern Quebec”.
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Inégalités sociales de santé et équité

Cheick Oumar Tiendrebéogo (UdeM) et al. « La suppression du ticket modérateur pour la planification familiale augmente-t-elle l'utilisation de la contraception? Une évaluation d'impact de la politique nationale au Burkina Faso ».
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Ran van der Wal (McGill) et al. “Improving the HIV-sensitivity of socioeconomic empowerment programs in Botswana: A modified Policy Delphi with vulnerable young women and frontline service providers”.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

2021-2022

Bahram Armoon (McGill) et al. "Frequency of emergency department use and hospitalization comparing patients with different types of substance or polysubstance-related disordersSubstance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, volume 16, Article number: 89 (2021).
Une publication soutenue par l’axe​ Santé mentale des populations

Louis Braverman (USherbrooke) et al. "Convivialité des municipalités canadiennes à l'égard des aînés : portrait et facteurs associés". Canadian journal of public health = Revue canadienne de sante publique, 10.17269/s41997-022-00617-9. Advance online publication - Avril 2022. Cliquez sur le titre pour lire l'article.
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Politiques publiques et santé des populations

Marie-Catherine Gagnon-Dufresne (UdeM) et al. “Considering social inequalities in health in large-scale testing for COVID-19 in Montréal: A qualitative case study”. BMC Public Health 22, 749 (2022). Cliquez sur le titre pour lire l'article.
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Inégalités sociales de santé et équité

Lia Gentil (McGill) et al. "Predictors of length of hospitalization and impact on early readmission for mental disorders".
Une publication soutenue par l’axe​ Santé mentale des populations

Maripier Jubinville (UQO) et al. “Standardized and validated training to support the charge nurse: Research protocol”
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Politiques publiques et santé des populations

Pascale Marier-Deschênes (ULaval) et al. “Characteristics and effects of self-management programs in adults with chronic pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis”
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ 

Karine Perreault (UdeM) et al. “We’re home now”: How a rehousing intervention shapes the mental well-being of Inuit adults in Nunavut, Canada?”. Int J Environ Res Public Health  2022 May 25;19(11):6432. Cliquez sur le titre pour lire l'article.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ. 

Gabrielle Pratte (USherbrooke) et al. “How should specialized professionals be involved in childcare centers to support children’ development: Results from a scoping review”
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Inégalités sociales de santé et équité

Paul Rodrigues (UQAM) et al. “Associations between neighbourhood characteristics and adolescents' dating violence: does geographical scale matter?”
Une publication soutenue par l’axe Politiques publiques et santé des populations

Ivan Sarmiento (McGill University) et al.Safe birth in cultural safety in southern Mexico: a pragmatic non-inferiority cluster-randomised controlled trial”. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 22, 43 (2022). Cliquez sur le titre pour lire l'article.
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Eleni Sofouli (McGill) et al. "Identifying and Exploring Sustainability Determinants of Mental Health Recovery-Oriented Interventions: A Mixed Methods Study Protocol. [Identifier et explorer les déterminants de la durabilité des interventions axées sur le rétablissement en santé mentale : une étude de cas multiples à méthodes mixtes]". Glob Implement Res Appl (2022).
Une publication soutenue par l’axe​ Santé mentale des populations

Ran van der Wal (McGill University) et al. “Access to HIV-sensitive social protection programs by unemployed and out-of-school young women in Botswana: a participatory exploration of barriers and solutions”
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ

Kelly Vetri (UQO) et al. "An IPT-based bibliotherapy device for children of parents with a mental illness: perspectives of children, parents and psychosocial workers", Front Psychiatry. 2022; 13: 815873
Une publication soutenue par l’axe​ Santé mentale des populations

Azita Zahiriharsini (UQAR) et al. "Associations between psychosocial stressors at work and moral injury in frontline healthcare workers and leaders facing the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study"
Une publication soutenue par l’axe​ Santé mentale des populations

Consultez les résumés

2020-2021

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Deschenaux Julie (UQAM) et al. : "Déterminants associés à l'intention du personnel enseignant d'enseigner l'éducation à la sexualité". 
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Gagnon France (TELUQ) et al. : "Le système de santé et des services sociaux au Québec. Santé des populations et territorialité".
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Gagnon Karine (USherbrooke) et al. : "Attendant’s experience with the Personalized citizen assistance for social participation (APIC)". 
Une publication soutenue par l'axe Politiques publiques et santé des population

Merry Lisa (UdeM) et al. : "Challenges, coping strategies and interventions for foreign-born students studying in an academic nursing program in a Western country: A scoping review using a gender lens".
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Sarmiento Ivàn (McGill University) et al. : "Causes of short birth interval (kunika) in Bauchi State, Nigeria: systematizing local knowledge with fuzzy cognitive mapping".
Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

Viscogliosi Chantal (USherbrooke) et al. : "Association between intergenerational solidarity involving elders and mental health of Indigenous people living off reserve".
Une publication soutenue par l'axe Santé mentale des populations.


Mac-Seing Muriel (UMontréal) et al.:  "How to navigate the application of ethics norms in global health research: reflections based on qualitative research conducted with people with disabilities in Uganda". Une publication soutenue par l'axe Santé mondiale

2019-2020

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BELAID Loubna (McGill University) et al. : “I can now sit down and discuss with my husband about our family issues”: Narratives of change experienced by participants in a home visit program to improve maternal health in Northern Nigeria.

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

DOYLE Carla (McGill University) et al. : "Combination HIV prevention among Montreal gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men in the PrEP era: a latent class analysis".

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

LANIÈCE-DELAUNAY Charlotte (McGill University) et al. : "Trends in hepatitis C virus seroprevalence and associated risk factors among men who have sex with men in Montreal: results from three cross-sectional studies (2005, 2009, 2018)"

Une publication soutenue par le RRSPQ (central).

MAC-SEING Muriel (ESPUM, UdeM) et al. : "Pro-equity legislation, health policy and utilisation of sexual and reproductive health services by vulnerable populations in sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review". 

Une publication soutenue par les axes Politiques publiques et santé des population et Santé mondiale

ROULEAU Geneviève (ULaval) et al. : "Codeveloping a virtual patient simulation to foster nurses’ relational skills consistent with motivational interviewing: A situation of antiretroviral therapy nonadherence".

Une publication soutenue par l'axe TIC & Santé

SARMIENTO Ivàn (McGill University) et al. : "Using fuzzy cognitive mapping to build soft models of indigenous knowledge on maternal health in Guerrero, Mexico".

Une publication soutenue par les axes Éthique et Inégalités sociales de santé et équité.


RANCOURT, Gabrielle (UdeM) sous la supervision d'Éric Robitaille et Maud Emmanuelle Labesse INSPQ: En route vers des environnements bâtis favorables à la mobilité durable - Actes de la journée thématique tenue dans le cadre des 22es Journées annuelles de santé publique (JASP) - INSPQ, 2019

Journée thématique tenue dans le cadre des 22es Journées annuelles de santé publique (JASP) et soutenue par le RRSPQ suite au concours de soutien à l'organisation de colloques 2018-2020.

 

2017-2018

AG AHMED Ali Mohamad (ULaval) et al.: "Sociocultural determinants of nomadic women’s utilization of assisted childbirth in Gossi, Mali: A qualitative study" BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2018; 18: 388.

BERNARD Paquito (UQAM) et al.: "Dose response associations between objective physical activity with mental health in a representative national sample of adultsPLoS ONE 2018 13(10): e0204682

COCKCROFT Anne (McGill University) et al.: "The impact of universal home visits with pregnant women and their spouses on maternal outcomes: a cluster randomised controlled trial in Bauchi State, Nigeria",

DUHOUX Arnaud (UdeM) et al.: Quatre vidéos ESPI – Innover en première ligne pour répondre aux besoins de la population
Soutenu par le RS TIC & Santé.

LEVASSEUR Mélanie (USherbrooke) et al.: "Effect of Personalised citizen assistance for social participation (APIC) on older adults’ health and social participation: study protocol for a pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial (RCT)".
Soutenu par le RS ISSE.

LOUTFI David (McGill University) et al.: "Can social network analysis help to include marginalised young women in structural support programmes in Botswana? A mixed methods study" BMC International Journal for Equity and Health 2019; 18:12

SMITHMAN Mélanie Ann (USherbooke) et al.: "Area deprivation and centralized waiting lists for attachment to a family physician: An observational study in Quebec, Canada"
Soutenu par le RS ISSE.

ZINSZER Kate (UdeM): "Sustainable, healthy cities: Protocol of a mixed methods evaluation of a cluster randomized controlled trial for Aedes control in Brazil using a community mobilization approach". Trials 

ZOMBRE David (UdeM): "An evaluation of healthcare use and child morbidity four years after user fee removal in rural Burkina Faso".
Soutenu par le RS PPSP.

2016-2017

MICHAUD-LÉTOURNEAU Isabelle (USherbrooke) at al.: "Perspectives on the coordination of multisectoral nutrition in Mozambique and an emerging framework", Food policy (2017) 70: 84-97.
​Soutenu par le RS PPSP.

SARMIENTO Ivan (McGill U.) et al.: "Safe Birth and Cultural Safety in southern Mexico: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial", inTrials (2018) 19:354.

VISCOGLIOSI, Chantal (U. Sherbrooke) et al.: "A scoping review protocol on social participation of indigenous elders, intergenerational solidarity and their influence on individual and community wellness", in BMJ Open 2017; 7(5): e015931. 

2015-2016

TURCOTTE Pier Luc et al. (U de Sherbrooke): "Participation needs of older adults having disabilities and receiving home care: met needs mainly concern daily activities, while unmet needs mostly involve social activities". BMC Geriatr. 2015 Aug 1;15:95. doi: 10.1186/s12877-015-0077-1.

VASILIADIS Helen Maria (U de Sherbrooke) et collègues. Livre collectif : Épidémiologie psychiatrique et services de santé mentale en médecine générale. Étude sur les personnes âgées. 2018, Presses de l'Université de Montréal.

2012-2013

KLEIN Alexandre, PARAYRE Séverine (sous la direction de) Histoire de la santé XVIIIe-XXe siècles. Nouvelles recherches francophones.Presses de l’Université Laval. 2015. ISBN : 978-2-7637-2127-9.

MASSÉ Raymond, MONDOUX Isabelle (sous la direction de). Réduction des méfaits et tolérance en santé publique. Enjeux éthique et politiques. Presses de l'Université Laval, 2013. ISBN:978-2-7637-9878-3.