Quebec Respiratory Health Network

A lever for research in Quebec

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Media and tools for RHN members
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Mailing lists

To contact all RHN members
To contact the scientific committee members

If the links shown on this page doesn't work, please use your personnal email software and type the following address:

All RHN members: [email protected]
Scientific committee: [email protected]

Please note: To prevent misuse of these lists, each message will be reviewed by a moderator before being sended.

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Report templates for research axis and infrastructures (in french)

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Documents of the RHN

Emblem of the RHN (logo)

Significance of the logo

The logo of RHN is comprised of two elements. A graphic element and the three-letter acronym of the Network..

RHN logo

The graphic element represents a trachea and lungs which, while not fully describing the respiratory system in humans, projects a representative image of the scope of the Quebec Respiratory Health Network. Embedded in the emblem are found the very stylized letters "RHN". In addition, two semi-circles represent the interrelational aspects of the Network's entities, its management, its research axis and its infrastructures.

Click here to download the logo

Use of the logo

The RHN logo is availableand in English and in French (RSR). It must not be changed or altered. When used in various documents, its size should ensure that the identification of the Network is instantaneous. In case of doubt on the use of the RHN logo, please consult with Administrative Director of the Network.

Misuse of the RHN logo

To download the RHN logo, please visit the Members' Intranet

The color
should not be altered
Typography
should not be changed
The logo should never
be inserted into another form
The perspective of the logo
should not be altered
The logo should never
be used over a dark background
The logo should never
be used over an image background

Available versions

Color: The RHN logo is available in black and white and in color:

Black and white
Color

Appearance: RHN logo is available in emboss, in black and white:

Regular
Emboss

Style: RHN logo is available in two styles, in black and white and color:

Detailed title
Horizontal and detailed title

 

Files to download

By downloading this logo, you agree to conform you to the conditions of use described above. Consult the following table to find the version of the logo which corresponds to your needs. Then right-click on the name of the logo and choose "Save target as...".

Click here for the french version of the logo

 

PreviewNameVersionUsage
Size Kb
logoRHN_b&w;_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
24
logoRHN_col_med.jpg
2018
Colour publications
31
logoRHN_b&w;_inv_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
24
logoRHNvt_b&w;_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
31
logoRHNvt_col_med.jpg
2018
Colour publications
41
logoRHNvt_b&w;_inv_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
30
logoRHNht_b&w;_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
44
logoRHNht_col_med.jpg
2018
Colour publications
57
logoRHNht_b&w;_inv_med.jpg
2018
B&W; publications
44

Documents for internal use

Personalized documents with the RHN logo

For a complete list of letter paper and envelopes, see the members intranet .

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Relevant videos

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How would you define men's health?
John Oliffe, RN, MEd, PhD, Associate professor
School of nursing
University of British Columbia

CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Video - John Oliffe, Ph.D., M.Ed, RN, University of British Columbia (Insidermedicine In The Spotlight)


What is intimate partner violence?
Harriet MacMillan, MD, MSc, FRCPC, professor
Department of psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences
Chair, Offord Centre for Child studies

CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Video: Harriet MacMillan, MD, McMaster University (Insidermedicine In the Spotlight)


What is the prevalence of mental illness?
Adrianna Mendrek, PhD, Associate research professor
Department of psychiatry
University of Montreal
Fernand Séguin research centre

CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Video - Adrianna Mendrek, Ph.D., University of Montreal, (Insidermedicine In The Spotlight)

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Softwares

SIMPOC, information management system for patients with COPD

Click here to download SIMPOC

BTRSR, Networks tissue bank software

BTRSR and the users guide are available on the intranet section of the tissue bank. Participating centers may also apply to the infrastructure coordinator of the tissue bank.

CanCOLDlabels, labels production software for CanCOLD project users

CanCOLDlabels is a software that was specifically programmed for the purpose of CanCOLD project users.

Centers Description File to download Size
All CanCOLDlabels software (Access 2003 version) CanCOLDlabels.zip 933K

CSRP, CanCOLD Subject Reminder Program.

CSRP is a software that was specifically programmed for the purpose of CanCOLD project users, for the follow-up of the email reminders.

Centers Description File to download Size
All CanCOLD Subject Reminder Program (CSRP)
(Standalone version 1.03, April 10th, 2014, password required)
CanCOLD_CSRP.zip 58 mb
All CanCOLD Subject Reminder Program (CSRP)
This version do not show the CanCOLD patient code in the email to the patient.
(Standalone version 1.03b, April 10th, 2014, password required)
CanCOLD_CSRPb.zip 58 mo


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