Renée Latulippe, M.A.

With a master’s degree in education sciences research from the Université de Sherbrooke and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Concordia University, I have substantial experience in managing projects in the field of psychosocial prevention and in mobilizing and transfer of health and social services knowledge. I currently hold the position of scientific professional with the Direction des communications et du transfert des connaissances of the Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux (INESSS).

At INESSS, mobilization and transfer of knowledge occurs through the mobilization of various stakeholders associated in some way with our projects. INESSS thus offers me the possibility of working in constant collaboration with all of the players in the health and social services network and developing with them those tools that are most relevant and best adapted to their needs.


Activity areas associated with knowledge transfer:

  • Collaborative practice, stakeholder mobilization, public consultation
  • Development, implementation and appropriation of knowledge transfer tools