Node coordination core
Node Executive Steering Committee
The Quebec-Atlantic Steering Committee, chaired by Dr. Julie Bruneau and including all Principal Investigators (PI), defines priorities and oversees the development and implementation of the Node’s program and activities. Within this committee, the Atlantic Scientific Delegate has the role of facilitating the communication of the Atlantic’s specific needs and priorities between the steering committee and the Atlantic node members.
|Julie Bruneau, MD, MSc||CRCHUM – Nominated Principal Investigator ( NPI)|
|Patricia Conrod, PhD||CRCHUM – Steering committee PI|
|Didier Jutras-Aswad, MD, MSc||CRCHUM – Steering committee PI|
|Janusz Kaczorowski, MA, PhD||CRCHUM – Steering committee PI|
|Gilles Lavigne, DMD, MSc, PhD||Université de Montréal – Steering committee PI|
|Guy-Pierre Levesque||Méta d’Âme – Steering committee PI (Principal Knowledge User)|
|Michel Perreault, PhD||Mcgill University – Steering committee PI|
|Élise Roy, MD, MSc||Université de Sherbrooke- Steering committee PI|
|Sherry Stewart, PhD||Dalhousie University – Steering committee PI
Atlantic Scientific Delegate – Chair of the Maritimes Advisory committee
|Vacant||Public Health Agency – Stakeholder|
Atlantic Advisory Committee
The Atlantic Advisory Committee, will facilitate communication between the Executive Steering Committee, the Atlantic Scientific Delegate, and node members in the Atlantic region. This committee will translate and transmit priorities unique to the Atlantic, and create links between Quebec, CRISM national and international partners to regional collaborators.
|Jennifer Swansburg||Atlantic Project Coordinator|
|Mark Asbridge||Committee Member|
|Linda Courey||Committee Member|
|Selene Etches||Committee Member|
|Cindy MacIsaac||Committee Member|
Quebec-Atlantic Knowledge Transfer Committee
The Knowledge Transfer Committee has the mandate of facilitating the communication and translation of research results by leading consultation and dissemination activities within and outside the Node and knowledge transfer events such as annual symposium for the node within the node. This committee enhances the Node’s capacity to have a positive and sustainable impact on service provision, clinical practices, and health outcomes for people living with substance misuse.
Quebec-Atlantic Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board is a virtual roster of experts and knowledge users providing advice and guidance to the Steering Committee and giving them access to a versatile group from which to pull expertise based on specific needs. The community advisory board meetings are ad hoc, planned yearly based upon the priorities identified, or scheduled on the heels of substance misuse-related conferences.
National Scientific Advisory Committee
The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) consists of a minimum 3 and a maximum of 6 international experts with diverse experience in substance misuse intervention research. SAC recruitment will be coordinated by the Nominated Principal Investigators (NPIs) of the CRISM network.
|Wim van den Brink||University of Amsterdam|
|Todd Korthuis||Oregon Health & Sciences University|
|Barbara Broers||Geneva University Hospitals|
|Mark Asbridge||Committee Member|
|Edward Nunes||Columbia University Medical Center|
|Jeffrey Samet||Boston University|