Offered in collaboration with the International Shared Decision Making Society and
Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation


Update :

The Conference is now over! Thank you to everyone who attended or participated to the success of the Conference! Official pictures and plenary sessions' videos will be available online at the end of August.


The Organizing Committee is delighted to invite you to the 10th International Shared Decision Making Conference (ISDM 2019), taking place from July 7-10 2019 in Quebec City, Canada.


Quebec City was founded 411 years ago and is considered the birthplace of French culture in North America. The historic Old City has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The warm Québécois authenticity and the city’s perfect mix of European charm and North American magnetism are irresistible.


The conference will take place at Université Laval, North America’s first French-language university.


This year the theme of the conference is Patient-Oriented Shared Decision Making Research. This conference is a unique chance to discuss best strategies for involving patients in shared decision making research so that it better reflects their knowledge, priorities, and needs.


We will be hearing from world-renown speakers. We are pleased to introduce our 3 keynote speakers:


Carrie Bourassa




RN PhD(c)

Victor M.




In addition, we will host a dynamic panel discussion in patient-oriented research. Here are our 4 invited experts:



Antoine Boivin



Maman Joyce Dogba


Alexandre Grégoire

Patient Coordinator

Ethan N. Chiang





















Save the date and see you in Québec City this summer!

July 7-10 2019

Université Laval, Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry
1050 Avenue de la Médecine
Quebec City, Quebec
Canada, G1V 0A6


Oral: November 27 2018 (00:00 EST) to February 4 2019 (23:45 EST)
Cluster of 4 presentations: November 27 2018 (00:00 EST) to February 4 2019 (23:45 EST)
Poster: November 27 2018 (00:00 EST) to February 4 2019 (23:45 EST)
Workshop: November 27 2018 (00:00 EST) to February 4 2019 (23:45 EST)
Special interest group: November 27 2018 (00:00 EST) to February 4 2019 (23:45 EST)

Contact organizers


Shared Files

Abstract instructions_FR_2019.pdf
Abstract instructions_ENG_2019.pdf