Réjean Hébert (Univ. of Montreal) is a geriatrician and epidemiologist with a long career in health services research for frail older people. He was the Director of PRISMA, which designed and validated a new way of delivering integrated services for frail elderly. PRISMA was successfully implemented in Quebec and in other countries and won a CIHR KT Award. Hébert was Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Sherbrooke University, the 1st Scientific Director of the CIHR Institute of Aging and recently Quebec Health Minister. He is a member of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and involved in the French “Silver Economy” initiative, which brings together technology developers, clinicians and entrepreneurs.
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