Dr. Michel Labrecque MD PhD (epidemiology) is an emeritus professor from the Department of Family and Emergency Medicine at Laval University, Quebec City, Canada. He is an associated clinical researcher at the CHU de Québec-Laval University Research Centre and at the Centre de recherche sur les soins et les services de première ligne de l’Université Laval (CERSSPL-UL). His academic activities have always shown a constant concern to assess promising clinical approaches and integrate them into practice.
Over the years, his research activities have focused on knowledge translation strategies to improve medical practice through shared decision-making and information technology, and female and male reproductive health. He received the Family Medicine Researcher of the Year national award in 2014 and was recognized as one of the Top 20 Pioneers of Family Medicine Research in Canada in 2015.
Recently retired from family practice, he now focuses his clinical and research activities to the practice and teaching of the vasectomy technique. Thanks to the Fonds Michel-Labrecque en santé reproductive masculine from the Laval University Fondation, he is actively involved in supporting training and research initiatives for vasectomy programs from developing countries.
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Drug samples in family medicine teaching units: a cross-sectional descriptive study: Part 3: availability and use of drug samples in QuebecJournal Article
Can Fam Physician, 64 (12), 2018.
Responsiveness of a simple tool for assessing change in behavioral intention after continuing professional development activitiesJournal Article
PLoS One, 12 (5), 2017.
Guide sur l'examen et la préparation du spermeBook
Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec, Montréal, QC, 2016.
Teaching Shared Decision Making to Family Medicine Residents: A Descriptive Study of a Web-Based TutorialJournal Article
JMIR Med Educ, 2 (2), 2016.
Factors influencing electronic health record adoption by physicians: A multilevel analysisJournal Article
Int J Inf Manage, 36 (3), 2016.
Prevalence of clinically significant decisional conflict: an analysis of five studies on decision-making in primary careJournal Article
BMJ Open, 6 (6), 2016.
Unilateral absence of vas deferens: prevalence among 23.013 men seeking vasectomyJournal Article
Int Braz J Urol, 42 (5), 2016.
More primary care patients regret health decisions if they experienced decisional conflict in the consultation: a secondary analysis of a multicenter descriptive studyJournal Article
BMC Fam Pract, 17 (1), 2016.
Improving Decision Making about Genetic Testing in the Clinic: An Overview of Effective Knowledge Translation InterventionsJournal Article
PLoS One, 11 (3), 2016.
Family physicians' intention to support women in making informed decisions about breast cancer screening with mammography: a cross-sectional surveyJournal Article
BMC Res Notes, 8 , 2015.