Readiness assessment of implementing the Cardiovascular Health Awareness Program in subsidized social housing in Quebec

Projet lauréat de l’appel à projets de recherche sur les innovations 2016-2017.


RRAPPL principal d’attache : RRAPPL Université de Montréal


This project aims to promote a change to the delivery of health services by reaching out to residents living in subsidized social housing to adapt a successful community-based chronic disease prevention and management program. Taking the form of a readiness assessment, we are actively involving vulnerable residents from social housing buildings, primary care physicians and health system managers. The intervention will include a series of focus groups with key stakeholders and a survey targeting social housing residents. Results will be essential to draw recommendations and write an implementation guide for future implementation of similar programs.


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