The Université de Sherbrooke’s medical program is looking for 60 to 70 citizen partners in these categories:
- families (adult living with at least one child);
- people living alone, of all ages.
Personalized consultation service
During the meetings, the future health professionals will identify with you elements that could concretely improve your quality of life, your lifestyle and direct you to resources that could offer you services according to your needs in 4 main categories :
- Basic needs
- Health and safety needs
- Needs to belong
- Needs for recognition and self-actualisation
The first meeting will allow students to get to know you better and to target your needs through a questionnaire and discussions.
At the second meeting, the student team will present you with leads and resources that they have previously identified and that could meet the needs you have targeted.
A follow-up telephone call will be made between these two meetings to assess, for example, whether you have used the suggested services, whether your needs have changed or whether other resources would be more appropriate.
The third and final meeting will be used to review or continue the steps in relation to the solutions identified. Adjustments could be considered if necessary, before concluding the activity.