Dr. Dallaire holds a Ph.D. in nursing and is a full professor in the Faculty of Nursing at Laval University. In terms of research, Dr. Dallaire is involved in several research programs, including one on the organization of care and the functions of nurses, and others on the interventions of nurses.

Most Important Contributions to Research

Dr. Dallaire is currently co-leader of the nursing evaluative research axis at the Chaudière-Appalaches CISSS Research Centre. She is also involved in various subsidized projects on the provision of services and care for the elderly.

She has been collaborating on various studies on care pathways and has recently completed a CIHR-funded study on the monitoring of chronic diseases.

Dr. Dallaire was one of the co-leaders of a training and expertise centre for nursing services administration research (FERASI), a consortium of four Quebec universities funded jointly by CIHR, CFHI and the FRSQ. The mission of the FERASI Centre was to promote applied research in the administration of nursing services in Quebec, Canada and internationally, by promoting research training in this field, and by disseminating knowledge to support the practice of managers and decision-makers responsible for nursing policy. Her special contribution to this centre is in the area of nursing administration policies. She continues to supervise graduate students, and is responsible for a post-graduate seminar on nursing administration policy.

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Couture V, Germain N, Côté É, Lavoie L, Robitaille J, Morin M, Chouinard J, Couturier Y, Légaré F, Hardy MS, Chartier LB, Brousseau AA, Sourial N, Mercier É, Dallaire C, Fleet R, Leblanc A, Melady D, Roy D, Sinha S, Sirois MJ, Witteman HO, Émond M, Rivard J, Pelletier I, Turcotte S, Samb R, Giguère R, Abrougui L, Smith PY, Archambault PM,

Transitions of care for older adults discharged home from the emergency department: an inductive thematic content analysis of patient comments

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BMC Geriatr, 24 (1), 2024.

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Guyennet Y, Garry-Bruneau M, Pennamen P, Verrière E, Maingard C, Dallaire C

Proposal of a digital tool to develop clinical reasoning of novice nurses in psychiatry: An exploratory study in France

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Nurse Educ Today, 134 , 2024.

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Savoie C, Rey S, Yokota S, Dallaire C, Kimura S, Takatani S, Yano Y

Fundamental Care's state of knowledge around the world: Where are we now? A scoping review

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J Adv Nurs, 79 (3), 2023.

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Hardy MS, Dallaire C, Bouchlaghem MA, Hajji I

The impact of the use of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring to monitor patients at high risk of respiratory depression on nursing practice

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Nurs Open, 10 (9), 2023.

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Hardy MS, Voyer P, Dallaire C, Morin D, Durand PJ, Kröger E, Savoie C, Veillette AM

Job Satisfaction for Caregivers and Other Employees in Innovative Long-Term Care Homes for Residents With Cognitive Problems

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J Gerontol Nurs, 49 (10), 2023.

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Guénette L, Kröger E, Bonnan D, Maheu A, Morin M, Bélanger L, Vedel I, Wilchesky M, Sirois C, Durand E, Couturier Y, Sourial N, Dallaire C

Reorganizing Pharmaceutical Care in Family Medicine Groups for Older Adults With or at Risk of Major Neurocognitive Disorders: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

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JMIR Res Protoc, 11 (11), 2022.

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Hardy MS, Fanaki C, Savoie C, Dallaire C, Wilchesky M, Gallani MC, Gagnon MP, Laberge M, Voyer P, Côtéc A, Couture V, Dallaire B

Acceptability of videoconferencing to preserve the contact between cognitively impaired long-term care residents and their family caregivers: A mixed-methods study

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Geriatr Nurs, 48 , 2022.

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Dallaire C, Moubarak N

Le savoir infirmier : une contribution à une pensée vivante

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Rech Soins Infirm, (144), 2021.

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Délétroz C, Gilart De Keranflec'h C, Dallaire C

L’impératif cosmique universel : l’apport du modèle de Roy au savoir infirmier

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Rech Soins Infirm, 144 (1), 2021.

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Dallaire C, Jovic L

Distinguer savoir et connaissances

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Rech Soins Infirm, 144 (1), 2021.

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Active projects

  • Optimisation et évaluation d’un programme d’éducation pour vieillir en santé pendant le confinement, from 2021-03-15 to 2024-06-15
  • Projet GPS: Évaluation de l'impact de la réorganisation du travail en Groupe de médecine de famille (GMF) sur la Pharmacothérapie et le Soutien à l'autonomie des personnes âgées ayant un trouble neuro-cognitif majeur, from 2019-04-01 to 2025-03-31

Recently finished projects

  • Développement, implémentation et évaluation d’un programme d’amélioration continue orienté par les usagers ciblant les transitions de soins vécues par les aînés vivant avec un trouble neurocognitif majeur et leurs proches aidants, from 2021-04-01 to 2024-03-31
  • La clinique des ainés : une transition innovante des soins pour aînés fragilisés – Éviter le retour à la case départ, from 2019-04-01 to 2024-03-31
  • Projet de recherche sur les modèles novateurs de milieu de vie des aînés atteints de problèmes cognitifs : similitudes, différences, forces et défis, from 2019-04-01 to 2023-03-31
  • Répondre aux besoins fondamentaux des personnes âgées hospitalisées : un projet de mobilisation des connaissances interdisciplinaires, from 2023-03-06 to 2024-03-05
  • Supporting the creation of a LEARNing INteGrated health system to mobilize context-adapted knowledge with a Wiki platform to Improve the transitions of frail Seniors from from hospitals and emergency Departments to the cOMmunity : The ..., from 2017-04-01 to 2023-03-31
  • Une COMmunauté VIrtuelle de Patient•es et citoyen•nes (COMVIP) : un panel inclusif et multigénérationnel pour une utilisation optimale du numérique et de l'IA en santé, from 2020-09-01 to 2023-08-31
  • Validation du questionnaire d’Auto-repérage pour Vieillir En Santé (AVES) pour permettre aux personnes aînées d’évaluer elles-mêmes leurs risques de perte d'autonomie, from 2021-03-01 to 2023-03-31
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