Dr. Alain Milot received his medical degree from Laval University in 1985. Following his residency in internal medicine, he completed a fellowship in clinical pharmacology at the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal. He holds a master’s degree in pharmacology from the Université de Montréal and is a certified specialist in clinical hypertension from the American Society of Hypertension. He is also a fellow of the Society for Vascular Medicine.
He has been practicing at the Hôpital Saint-François d’Assise of the CHU de Québec since 1996 where he heads the group of vascular medicine. In addition, he is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Laval University and Director of the vascular medicine fellowship program.
He is a regular researcher in the Populations Health and Optimal Health Practices Area at the CHU de Québec Research Center. His main clinical and epidemiological research projects focus on the study of the relationships between adverse psychosocial work factors, cardiovascular risk factors, masked hypertension, cardiovascular diseases and cognitive functions.
Dr. Milot is a former president of the Société québécoise d’hypertension artérielle as well as co-editor-in-chief of the Therapeutic Guide published by this society. He is also a member of the committee that provides annually-updated Hypertension Canada Guidelines.
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Job strain and incident cardiovascular disease: the confounding and mediating effects of lifestyle habits. An overview of systematic reviewsJournal Article
Arch Environ Occup Health, 76 (6), 2021.
Long Working Hours and Risk of Recurrent Coronary EventsJournal Article
J Am Coll Cardiol, 77 (13), 2021.
Effectiveness of a workplace intervention reducing psychosocial stressors at work on blood pressure and hypertensionJournal Article
Occup Environ Med, 78 (10), 2021.
Psychosocial Stressors at Work and the Risk of Sickness Absence Due to a Diagnosed Mental Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysisJournal Article
JAMA Psychiatry, 77 (8), 2020.
Long Working Hours and the Prevalence of Masked and Sustained HypertensionJournal Article
Hypertension, 75 (2), 2020.
Validity of participants' self-reported diagnosis for a work absence due to a mental health problem compared with physician-certified diagnosis for the same work absence among 709 Canadian workersJournal Article
Occup Environ Med, 2020.
Differences between women and men in the relationship between psychosocial stressors at work and work absence due to mental health problemJournal Article
Occup Environ Med, 77 (9), 2020.
Hypertension Canada's 2020 Comprehensive Guidelines for the Prevention, Diagnosis, Risk Assessment, and Treatment of Hypertension in Adults and ChildrenJournal Article
Can J Cardiol, 36 (5), 2020.
Masked hypertension incidence and risk factors in a prospective cohort studyJournal Article
Eur J Prev Cardiol, 26 (3), 2019.
Job strain and the prevalence of uncontrolled hypertension among white-collar workersJournal Article
Hypertens Res, 42 (10), 2019.
- Coûts des maladies cardiovasculaires et des problèmes de santé mentale attribuables aux contraintes psychosociales au travail : Une étude longitudinale de 22 ans auprès de 9 000 cols blancs., from 2016-07-01 to 2024-03-31
- Prévenir l’hypertension, le diabète de type 2 et les maladies cardiovasculaires en ciblant les stresseurs psychosociaux au travail, les longues heures de travail et les mauvaises habitudes de vie : Des fractions, from 2022-10-01 to 2026-03-31