Le Web 2.0 pour soutenir le réseautage en santé mentale au Québec. Michaud, D.; Briand, C.; Thibault, V.; and Charbonneau, K. Santé mentale au Québec, 40(1):227–249, 2015.
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Pour soutenir l’accès et l’implantation des meilleures pratiques de réadaptation en santé mentale au Québec, le Centre d’études sur la réadaptation, le rétablissement et l’insertion sociale (www.cerrisweb.com) a mis sur pied une communauté de pratique et organisé des activités Web 2.0 accessibles à distance. Dans cet article, les auteures présentent cette communauté de pratique et les résultats d’une expérience de trois années (2010-2013) concernant l’appréciation de ses membres de deux activités Web 2.0 de dissémination et d’échange de connaissances : la conférence en ligne et le débat-blogue. L’utilisation d’outils Web 2.0 semble une avenue intéressante pour faciliter l’accès aux connaissances et favoriser les échanges entre acteurs du réseau de la santé mentale du Québec., Objectives: To support knowledge application of evidence-based practices in mental health rehabilitation in Quebec, the Centre for Studies on Rehabilitation, Recovery and Social Inclusion (CÉRRIS – www.cerrisweb.com) has set up a community of practice and has organized online activities. In this article, the authors present the community of practice (457 members to date) and the results of a three-year experience aimed at evaluating their appreciation with two online activities of dissemination and knowledge exchange: Web conference and debate blog. Methods: The methodology used in this publication is part of a process of program evaluation. More specifically, a research mixed method was used (concurrent triangulation design). Qualitative data (from qualitative questionnaires) and quantitative data (from Google analytics –participation and attendance data) were collected in parallel and incorporated into analysis step. Forty qualitative questionnaires were completed to identify the benefits, barriers, challenges and facilitators encountered during their participation in the activity. The participants are members of the community of practice of the CÉRRIS and are people with mental illness, family members, practitioners, researchers, students, managers and policy makers in the field of mental health rehabilitation and come from different regions of Quebec, Canada and French speaking areas of Europe. Quantitative data on participation and attendance were collected and analyzed throughout the first three years of implementation of the CÉRRIS. Qualitative data from the questionnaires were analyzed following a content analysis process. Quantitative data were analyzed using Excel. Results: Since September 2010, 14,061 unique visitors navigated on the CÉRRIS website (23,391 visits) and 2,278 people visited the blog (10,393 visits). Ninety-nine members of the community of practice attended at least one of the 13 Web conferences. Web conference allows a) access to evidence-based practices, b) networking and contact between individuals of different areas and c) access to continuing education remotely. A total of 62 members of the community of practice have actively taken part in one of the 5 debates on the blog. The activity of debate blog a) promotes egalitarian exchanges between different actors in mental health sector, b) encourages diversity of viewpoints and c) create a forum for dialogue and reduce stigma towards people with mental illnesses. For both types of Web activities, technological barriers (network security, outdated computer equipment, etc.) restrained the full participation of the participants. However, the assistance received from organizations and their openness towards new technologies has facilitated the experience of participants in both activities. Conclusion: Online activities as Web conference and debate blog are interesting avenues to facilitate access to knowledge and support exchanges between clinical, academic, community-based communities, people who use mental health services and their families.
@article{michaud_web_2015,
	title = {Le {Web} 2.0 pour soutenir le réseautage en santé mentale au {Québec}},
	volume = {40},
	issn = {0383-6320, 1708-3923},
	url = {http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/1032392ar},
	doi = {10.7202/1032392ar},
	abstract = {Pour soutenir l’accès et l’implantation des meilleures pratiques de réadaptation en santé mentale au Québec, le Centre d’études sur la réadaptation, le rétablissement et l’insertion sociale (www.cerrisweb.com) a mis sur pied une communauté de pratique et organisé des activités Web 2.0 accessibles à distance. Dans cet article, les auteures présentent cette communauté de pratique et les résultats d’une expérience de trois années (2010-2013) concernant l’appréciation de ses membres de deux activités Web 2.0 de dissémination et d’échange de connaissances : la conférence en ligne et le débat-blogue. L’utilisation d’outils Web 2.0 semble une avenue intéressante pour faciliter l’accès aux connaissances et favoriser les échanges entre acteurs du réseau de la santé mentale du Québec., Objectives: To support knowledge application of evidence-based practices in mental health rehabilitation in Quebec, the Centre for Studies on Rehabilitation, Recovery and Social Inclusion (CÉRRIS – www.cerrisweb.com) has set up a community of practice and has organized online activities. In this article, the authors present the community of practice (457 members to date) and the results of a three-year experience aimed at evaluating their appreciation with two online activities of dissemination and knowledge exchange: Web conference and debate blog. Methods: The methodology used in this publication is part of a process of program evaluation. More specifically, a research mixed method was used (concurrent triangulation design). Qualitative data (from qualitative questionnaires) and quantitative data (from Google analytics –participation and attendance data) were collected in parallel and incorporated into analysis step. Forty qualitative questionnaires were completed to identify the benefits, barriers, challenges and facilitators encountered during their participation in the activity. The participants are members of the community of practice of the CÉRRIS and are people with mental illness, family members, practitioners, researchers, students, managers and policy makers in the field of mental health rehabilitation and come from different regions of Quebec, Canada and French speaking areas of Europe. Quantitative data on participation and attendance were collected and analyzed throughout the first three years of implementation of the CÉRRIS. Qualitative data from the questionnaires were analyzed following a content analysis process. Quantitative data were analyzed using Excel. Results: Since September 2010, 14,061 unique visitors navigated on the CÉRRIS website (23,391 visits) and 2,278 people visited the blog (10,393 visits). Ninety-nine members of the community of practice attended at least one of the 13 Web conferences. Web conference allows a) access to evidence-based practices, b) networking and contact between individuals of different areas and c) access to continuing education remotely. A total of 62 members of the community of practice have actively taken part in one of the 5 debates on the blog. The activity of debate blog a) promotes egalitarian exchanges between different actors in mental health sector, b) encourages diversity of viewpoints and c) create a forum for dialogue and reduce stigma towards people with mental illnesses. For both types of Web activities, technological barriers (network security, outdated computer equipment, etc.) restrained the full participation of the participants. However, the assistance received from organizations and their openness towards new technologies has facilitated the experience of participants in both activities. Conclusion: Online activities as Web conference and debate blog are interesting avenues to facilitate access to knowledge and support exchanges between clinical, academic, community-based communities, people who use mental health services and their families.},
	language = {fr},
	number = {1},
	urldate = {2015-09-21},
	journal = {Santé mentale au Québec},
	author = {Michaud, Dominique and Briand, Catherine and Thibault, Véronique and Charbonneau, Karine},
	year = {2015},
	keywords = {Clients et grand public, Déterminants, Impacts et effets, Intervenants et praticiens, Mesure du transfert, Outils, Santé publique, Stratégies, Étude mixte},
	pages = {227--249}
}
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