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Dr. Sadok Besrour

Chair of Family Medicine

University of Montreal

HQ Phone: (514) 340-5177

University of Montreal

2900 Boul. ÉDouard Montpetit

Montréal, Quebec H3T 1J4

Canada

Company Description

Unique resource on the ethical, legal, and social issues of human genetics. The site contains: a database of laws and policies, a newsletter, an editorial and FAQ more

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Background Information

Employment History

Medical Director
Sabex International

Affiliations

Member
College of Family Physicians of Canada

Board Member
ProMetic Life Sciences Inc.

Board Member
Nettune Inc

Founder
Sadok Besrour Centre for Innovation

Founder
Docteur Sadok Besrour Chair in Family Medicine

Education

Doctorate in medicine

University of Lyon , France

MBA

International Management Institute

diploma

American Board of Family Physicians

master
business administration
IMD Institute of Lausanne

Web References (17 Total References)


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Dr Sadok Besrour is a Canadian family physician, a visionary, and a philanthropist. He was born in Djerba, Tunisia, and has lived in Montreal, Quebec, since 1969. Inspired by his personal experience of collaboration in developing family medicine in his native Tunisia, Dr Besrour envisioned a centre where both the expertise of the CFPC and the experience of Canadian family physicians could be leveraged-through collaboration with international partners and global stakeholders-to increase access to people-centered and community-informed quality care around the world. In 2007, he established the Dr Sadok Besrour Fund for the Development of Medicine in Tunisia, which supports cooperation projects, scholarships, and awards at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Montreal and at the four Tunisian university faculties of medicine. Find more information on Dr Sadok Besrour.
The Dr Sadok Besrour Foundation, also established by Dr Besrour, has funded several annual awards of excellence in family medicine at the CHUM Notre-Dame, at the CFPC, and in Tunisia.


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Inspired by his personal experience of collaboration in developing family medicine in his native Tunisia, Dr. Besrour envisioned a Centre where the expertise of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the experience of Canadian family physicians could be leveraged-through collaboration with international partners and global stakeholders-to increase access to person-centred and community-informed quality care around the world.
Dr. Sadok Besrour was born in Djerba, Tunisia, and has lived in Montreal, Quebec, since 1969.
He completed his medical studies in Strasbourg, France, then obtained a doctorate of medicine in Lyon, France in 1968. Dr. Besrour completed a master's in business administration at the IMD Institute of Lausanne in Switzerland in 1972.
Dr. Besrour was Medical Director of the pharmaceutical company Sabex International in Montreal from 1973 to 1977.
He completed his residency in family medicine at the Montreal General Hospital (McGill University, 1977-79) and holds a diploma from the American Board of Family Physicians (awarded in 1979). He has been a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada since 1977.
Dr. Besrour has been affiliated with the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) at Notre-Dame Hospital in Montreal since 1979 and is co-founder of the Clinique de médecine familiale Notre-Dame in Montreal.
Dr. Besrour founded Canada's first Research Chair in Family Medicine at Université de Montréal, a highly regarded position in Canada and abroad.
In 2007, he established the Dr. Sadok Besrour Fund for the Development of Medicine in Tunisia, which supports cooperation projects, scholarships, and awards at the Faculty of Medicine at Université de Montréal and at the four Tunisian university faculties of medicine. These research and teaching honours have been awarded yearly by an international jury in Tunisia since 2007 and over the years have been bestowed in the presence of dignitaries including Tunisia's Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Public Health; the Deans of the Faculties of Medicine of Tunisia, and at Université de Montréal; and the Canadian Ambassador to Tunisia.
The Fund, the Foundation, and the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal continue to collaborate with Tunisia's Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Public Health, and its four university faculties of medicine on a number of ongoing projects.
The Dr. Sadok Besrour Foundation, also created by Dr. Besrour, has funded several annual awards of excellence in family medicine at the CHUM Notre-Dame, the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and in Tunisia.
Together with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dr. Besrour founded the Sadok Besrour Centre for Innovation in Global Health. The Centre's goal is to leverage collaboration among Canadian and international family medicine experts, academics, communities, patients, and key stakeholders to advance the discipline of family medicine as a pathway to health equity around the world.
Dr. Besrour has been a member of the following organizations:
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Dr. Besrour's Honours and Awards


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Dr. Sadok Besrour Dr. Sadok Besrour | The Sadok Besrour Centre for Innovation in Global Health | About CFPC | The College of Family Physicians Canada

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Dr. Sadok Besrour
Dr. Sadok Besrour
Inspired by his personal experience of collaboration in developing family medicine in his native Tunisia, Dr. Besrour envisioned a Centre where the expertise of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the experience of Canadian family physicians could be leveraged-through collaboration with international partners and global stakeholders-to increase access to person-centred and community-informed quality care around the world.
Dr. Sadok Besrour was born in Djerba, Tunisia, and has lived in Montreal, Quebec, since 1969.
He completed his medical studies in Strasbourg, France, then obtained a doctorate of medicine in Lyon, France in 1968. Dr. Besrour completed a master's in business administration at the IMD Institute of Lausanne in Switzerland in 1972.
Dr. Besrour was Medical Director of the pharmaceutical company Sabex International in Montreal from 1973 to 1977.
He completed his residency in family medicine at the Montreal General Hospital (McGill University, 1977-79) and holds a diploma from the American Board of Family Physicians (awarded in 1979). He has been a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada since 1977.
Dr. Besrour has been affiliated with the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) at Notre-Dame Hospital in Montreal since 1979 and is co-founder of the Clinique de médecine familiale Notre-Dame in Montreal.
Dr. Besrour founded Canada's first Research Chair in Family Medicine at Université de Montréal, a highly regarded position in Canada and abroad.
In 2007, he established the Dr. Sadok Besrour Fund for the Development of Medicine in Tunisia, which supports cooperation projects, scholarships, and awards at the Faculty of Medicine at Université de Montréal and at the four Tunisian university faculties of medicine. These research and teaching honours have been awarded yearly by an international jury in Tunisia since 2007 and over the years have been bestowed in the presence of dignitaries including Tunisia's Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Public Health; the Deans of the Faculties of Medicine of Tunisia, and at Université de Montréal; and the Canadian Ambassador to Tunisia.
The Fund, the Foundation, and the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal continue to collaborate with Tunisia's Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Public Health, and its four university faculties of medicine on a number of ongoing projects.
The Dr. Sadok Besrour Foundation, also created by Dr. Besrour, has funded several annual awards of excellence in family medicine at the CHUM Notre-Dame, the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and in Tunisia.
Together with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dr. Besrour founded the Sadok Besrour Centre for Innovation in Global Health. The Centre's goal is to leverage collaboration among Canadian and international family medicine experts, academics, communities, patients, and key stakeholders to advance the discipline of family medicine as a pathway to health equity around the world.
Dr. Besrour has been a member of the following organizations:
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Dr. Besrour's Honours and Awards


Resources | Primary Healthcare | Priority Research Themes | Research | CHSRF

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Dr. Sadok Besrour, chair of family medicine at the University of Montreal, recently published a research report on family medicine groups titled Implementing Family Medicine Groups: The Challenges of Reorganizing a Practice and of Inter-Professional Collaboration. This research, supported by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, the Fonds de recherche en santé du Québec, and the Direction de l'évaluation of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec assessed, over a two-year period, the implementation of five family medicine groups in Quebec.


Resources | Primary Healthcare | Priority Research Themes | Research | CHSRF

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Dr. Sadok Besrour, chair of family medicine at the University of Montreal, recently published a research report on family medicine groups titled Implementing Family Medicine Groups: The Challenges of Reorganizing a Practice and of Inter-Professional Collaboration. This research, supported by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, the Fonds de recherche en santé du Québec, and the Direction de l'évaluation of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec assessed, over a two-year period, the implementation of five family medicine groups in Quebec.

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