Kadija Perreault

525, boul. Hamel, Bureau H-1312

Quebec (Quebec)  G1M 2S8
418 529-9141 poste 6853
kadija.perreault@fmed.ulaval.ca

 

A physical therapist having practiced in the public and private sectors, her research interests are in the areas of the organization of rehabilitation services, professional practices for persons experiencing pain, and the roles of rehabilitation professionals in community health and health promotion.   


Regular Researcher, CIRRIS
Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Department, Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval
Research theme: 
Motor function, sense and perception
Social environment
Social participation and human rights
Research goal: 
Evaluation and Analysis

Formal academic training 

Doctoral Degree in Community Health (2005-2013)
Faculty of Nursing Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval
Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation and Social Integration (CIRRIS)
 
Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training On Research in Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC) (2007-2008)
Strategic Training Program, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
University of Western Ontario, Dalhousie University, McMaster University,
University of Montreal
 
Master's Degree in Experimental Medicine - rehabilitation (2002-2005)
Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval; CIRRIS
 
Postgraduate Diploma in Pain (2001-2003)
Department of Physiotherapy, Queen Margaret University, Scottland (United Kingdom)
 
Bachelor's Degree in Physiotherapy, Université Laval (1996-1999)

Research Interests

  • Pain
  • Rehabilitation
  • Organization of health services
  • Professional practice
  • Interprofessional collaboration
  • Interface between rehabilitation and health promotion/community health
  • Qualitative and quantitative research approaches
 
 

Scientific presentations (oral or poster)

Réadaptation et santé publique: des liens à créer pour réduire le fardeau de la douleur chronique?

Perreault K.  Journée scientifique Andrée-Forget. Montréal, 19 mai 2015

"J'ai toujours mal!" Douleur et accès aux soins
Table-ronde : Décoder le monde - Ateliers, spectacles, animations, démonstrations, tables rondes, conférences et manifestations artistiques sur la vie, la science et le temps. Musée de la civilisation, Québec QC le 20 mars 2015.
 
Motivation and benefits of formative OSCE developed and managed by students

Moffet H, Roux J-F, Bourdeau G, Renaud J-S, Roy A-M, Savard I, Perreault K. 11th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Québec, 22-25 octobre 2014.  

Using student-constructed clinical cases as the basis for other students’ final assignments

Perreault K, Savard I, Mathieu N, Moffet H. 11th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Québec, 22-25 octobre 2014.

Group interventions for people with chronic pain: current practices within a Canadian Centre for Expertise in Chronic Pain Management

Perreault K, Bernier F, Bradet-Lévesque I, Boily G, Duquette C, Gauthier C, Ouellet D, Saillant M, Martel J, Mathieu N, Trahan E, Laberge D, Gobeil M-J, Quirion R. 15th World Congress on Pain-International Association for the Study of Pain. Buenos Aires, 6-11 octobre 2014.

Organizational characteristics and models in private sector physiotherapy: results of a province-wide survey

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. Canadian Physiotherapy Association National Congress 2014, Edmonton, 19-22 juin 2014. Physiother Canada, 66 (1): 38. 

Physiotherapists’ interprofessional practices regarding their interventions with adults with low back pain: perceived effects and influencing factors

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. Canadian Physiotherapy Association National Congress 2014, Edmonton, 19-22 juin 2014. Physiother Canada, 66 (1): 41. 

Interactions between physiotherapists and physiotherapy assistants in the private sector: results of a mixed methods study

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. All Together Better Health VII: The 7th International Conference on Interprofessional Practice and Education, Pittsburgh, 6-8 juin 2014.  

Factors associated with private sector physiotherapists’ intensity of interprofessional practices

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. All Together Better Health VII: The 7th International Conference on Interprofessional Practice and Education, Pittsburgh, 6-8 juin 2014. 

New dedicated course on pain in a masters’ level physiotherapy program

Perreault K, Moffet H, Mathieu N, Roux JF, Savard I, Debigaré R. 35th Annual Scientific meeting of the Canadian Pain Society, Québec, 20-23 mai 2014. Pain Research & Management, 19 (3): e36, e77. 

Est-ce que les échanges gazeux sont modifiés chez les personnes présentant de la douleur chronique?

Laberge D, Perreault K, Mercier C. 35th Annual Scientific meeting of the Canadian Pain Society, Québec, 20-23 mai 2014. Pain Research & Management, 19 (3): e83.  

Interprofessional interactions for low back pain management: perceptions of private sector physiotherapists

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. 35th Annual Scientific meeting of the Canadian Pain Society, Québec, 20-23 mai 2014. Pain Research & Management, 19 (3): e78.

Organizational factors associated with interprofessional collaboration in primary healthcare settings
Perreault K, Feldman D, Pineault R, Borgès Da Silva R, Provost S, Couture A, Prud’homme A. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference 2014: Convergence of Health Policy and Evidence–Bridge Over Troubled Water, Toronto, 13-15 mai 2014. 
Interventions de groupe pour les personnes présentant une douleur chronique : pratiques actuelles au sein du Centre d’expertise en gestion de la douleur chronique du Réseau universitaire intégré de l’Université Laval

Perreault K, Bernier F, Martel J, Laberge D, Bradet-Lévesque I, Boily G, Duquette C, Gauthier C, Ouellet D, Saillant M, Mathieu N, Trahan E, Gobeil M-J, Quirion R. Colloque en douleur chronique: se connaître fait la différence. Québec, 3 avril 2014.

Les rôles des physiothérapeutes travaillant auprès de personnes présentant des douleurs dans le centre d’expertise en gestion de la douleur chronique. Première étape pour harmoniser nos pratiques professionnelles.

Laberge D, Chabot L, Chirca N, Ouellet D, Saillant M, Gauthier C, Mathieu N, Perreault K.  Colloque en douleur chronique: se connaître fait la différence. Centre d’expertise en gestion de la douleur chronique du RUIS-UL. IRDPQ, 3 avril 2014.

Portrait des pratiques interprofessionnelles de physiothérapeutes québécois en clinique privée

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. Colloque Institut de recherche en santé publique de l’Université de Montréal (IRSPUM) 2013. Maladies chroniques et nouvelle santé publique : vision, recherche, intervention, Montréal, 18 octobre 2013.

Perceptions de physiothérapeutes québécois sur les effets des pratiques interprofessionnelles en contexte de clinique privée: résultats d'une étude qualitative

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Morin D, Rossignol M. Physiothérapie 360° : l’événement annuel de développement professionnel de l’OPPQ, Mont Sainte-Anne, 30 novembre-1er décembre 2012.

Effects of interprofessional practices of physiotherapists working in private settings with people with low back pain: Results of a qualitative study

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Morin D, Rossignol M. IFOMPT 2012, the World Congress of Manual/Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Québec, 30 septembre-5 octobre 2012. 

Articles in scientific journals (peer-reviewed)

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S & Morin D. (2014) BMC Health Services Research.14:362. DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-362.

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M & Morin D. (2014) BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. 15:160. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-15-160.

Perreault, K., & Careau, E. (2012). Interprofessional collaboration: One or multiple realities? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 26(4), 256-258.

Book Review : Interprofessional Teamwork for Health and Social Care

Perreault K. (2011) Book by Scott Reeves, Simon Lewin, Sherry Espin, Merrick Zwarenstein (2010), Wiley-Blackwell. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 27(8): 595-596.

Book Review : Research design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches

Perreault K. (2011) Book by John W. Creswell (2010), Third edition, Sage Publications. Manual Therapy, 16(1): 103. 

Interdisciplinary primary health care research training through TUTOR-PHC: the insiders’ view

Perreault K, Boivin A, Pauzé E, Terry AL, Newton C, Dawkins S, Houle J, Brown JB. (2009). Journal of Interprofessional Care, 23(4): 414-416.

Linking health promotion with physiotherapy in the management of low back pain

Perreault K. (2008). Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 40(6): 401-409.

The « Montreal message » : the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion is still useful for today’s public health practice

O’Neill M, Dupéré S, Pedneault E, Perreault K, Forster M, Roberge N, Parent P, Perreault R. (2007). Promotion & Education, Suppl. 2: 31-32 

Perreault K, Dionne CE. (2006). BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 7(76). 

Patient-physiotherapist agreement in low back pain

Perreault K, Dionne CE. (2005). Journal of Pain, 6(12): 817-828.

Articles in professional journals (non peer-reviewed)

Perreault K, Dionne CE, Rossignol M, Poitras S, Morin D. (2014)  Chronique des récipiendaires. Physio-Québec, 39 (1) : 38-31. 

Les perceptions des physiothérapeutes diffèrent-elles de celles de leurs patients?

Perreault K. (2006) Chronique des boursiers. Physio-Québec : Revue de l’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec, 30(4) : 18-2.

While receiving treatment for low back pain, patients rate pain and disability higher than do physiotherapists

Douglas E. (2004) Pain Medicine News, 2(5), p. 18, 20. Article basé sur des entrevues réalisées auprès de Kadija Perreault et John D. Loeser.

Books, book chapters and contributions to collective works

Upper Extremity Pain

J.S. Roy, K. Perreault, F. Desmeules. In: Handbook of Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability Disorders in the Workplace. Editors Gatchel R.J., Schultz I.Z. Springer Publishing: New York City, NY; 2014: p. 55-80.

Health Promotion Practice in Rehabilitation in Canada

Perreault K, Anderson D. (2012) (in Chapter 17: Perspectives on Health Promotion from Different Areas of Practice). Dans Rootman I, Dupéré S, Pederson A, O’Neill M (Eds.) Health Promotion in Canada, 3rd Edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc.; p. 271-273.

Graduate student:

Simon Deslauriers, Master's student in Experimental Medicine

 

Memberships and Affiliations :

International Association for the Study of Pain 

Canadian Pain Society 

Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR)

Quebec Provincial Rehabilitation Research Network (Réseau provincial de recherche en adaptation-réadaptation (REPAR

Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) 

Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ)

CIUSSS-CN Université Laval Alliance santé Québec