Lise Poissant, Ph.D.

Full professor

Contact details (Research)

Centre de recherche Interdisciplinaire en réadaptation du (CRIR) Montréal-métropolitain
Site Institut de réadaptation Gingras Lindsay de Montréal
6300 avenue Darlington
Montreal (Quebec), H3S 2J4
T 514 340-2085, ext. 2189

Contact details (School of Rehabilitation)
T 514 343-6111, ext. 52178
Lise.poissant@umontreal.ca

Program
Occupational therapy


Education

  • B.Sc. Occupational Therapy, McGill University (1984)
  • Certificate in health sciences and management, McGill University High academic achievement (1987)
  • M.Sc. Health Administration, University of Montreal (1991)
  • Ph. D., Rehabilitation Sciences, McGill University (2002)
  • Health Informatics program, CIHR-CHPSTP (2005)
  • Postdoctoral, Clinical Epidemiology, McGill University (2005)

Current research projects

  • Development of a Quality of life measure for children living in context of vulnerability
  • Evaluation of stroke rehabilitation services
  • Impact of communities of practice on the adoption and integration of best practices
  • Impact of information technologies on knowledge exchange

Selected publications

  • Vincent, C., Poissant, L., Gagnon, D. H., & Corriveau, H. (2016). Consensus building for the development of guidelines for recommending mobility service dogs for people with motor impairments. Technology and Disability28(3), 67- doi: 10.3233/TAD-160445
  • Zidarov, D., Sicotte, C., Menon, A., Hallé, M. C., & Poissant, L. (2016). Factors influencing use of a performance measurement system in a rehabilitation hospital. Journal of Hospital Administration, 5(5), 79. doi:10.5430/jha.v5n5p79
  • Zidarov, D., Poissant, L., & Sicotte, C. (2017). Use of comparative performance indicators in rehabilitation. Health care management review42(2), 142-150. doi:10.1097/HMR.0000000000000099
  • Ware P, Bartlett SD, Paré G, Symeonidis I, Tannenbaum C, Bartlett G, Poissant L, Ahmed S. Using eHealth Technologies: Interests, Preferences, and Concerns of Older Adults. Interact J Med Res 2017;6(1):e3) doi:2196/ijmr.4447
  • David, I., Poissant, L., & Rochette, A. (2012). Clinicians’ Expectations of Web 2.0 as a Mechanism for Knowledge Transfer of Stroke Best Practices. Journal of Medical Internet Research14(5), e121. http://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.2016
  • David, I., Poissant, L., & Rochette, A. (2012). Clinicians’ Expectations of Web 2.0 as a Mechanism for Knowledge Transfer of Stroke Best Practices. Journal of Medical Internet Research14(5), e121. http://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.2016

Research interests

  • Quality of life measures
  • Effectiveness and efficiency of services
  • Information technologies
  • Stroke, spinal cord injuries