CTI-Lab

TeleMed Project: To study patient/clinician interactions during teleconsultations

Funding : Institut du Savoir – Montfort (ISM).

Research Assistant:

  • Amélie Gauthier-Beaupré, Ph.D candidate in Psychology, University of Ottawa.

Publications & Conferences : 

Grosjean, S., Matte, F., Nahon-Serfaty, I. (2021). « Video Reflexivity-in-Practice: Making Visible the “sensing-at-distance” in Telemedicine », in S. Grosjean & F. Matte (sous la direction), Organizational Video-Ethnography Revisited: Making Visible Material, Embodied and Sensory Practices, Chapitre 2, Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom.

Grosjean, S., Cherba, M., Gauthier-Beaupré, A., Matte, F., Burnier, I. (2021). Using multimodal interaction analysis to understand simulated patients’ (SPs) communication practices during teleconsultations with medical students. International Communication Association (ICA), Health Communication division, 27-31 May 2021, Virtual Conference.

Gauthier-Beaupré, A., Burnier, I., Cherba, M., Grosjean, S. Matte, F. (2021). Former les étudiants en médecine à la téléconsultation avec des patients simulés : de l’analyse des interactions à l’identification de modes de présentation du scénario de simulation. Conférence Canadienne en Éducation Médicale (CCEM 2021).

Grosjean, S. (2021). Video-mediated technologies for medical consultations: The challenge of “sensing-at-distance”, Panel Technologically-mediated interaction in workplace, 17th International Pragmatics Conference, Winterthur, Switzerland, 27 june-2 July 2021.

Grosjean S, Cherba M, Nahon-Serfaty I, Bonneville L, Waldolf, R. (2020). Quand la distance reconfigure la pratique Clinique. Une analyse multimodale des interactions en télémédecine. Communiquer. https://doi.org/10.4000/communiquer.5219

Contact : sylvie.grosjean@uottawa.ca

 

Keywords Clinical Decision Making, Patient/Physician interactions, Sensory Knowledge, Simulation Lab