We are delighted to introduce three new members to our steering committee, each bringing unique expertise that enriches our collective knowledge and strengthens our commitment to advancing bio-imaging in Quebec.
Please join us in welcoming these new members to the QBIN community!
Mélanie Bourassa Forcier (Université de Sherbrooke) brings with her a profound understanding in health law and expertise in ensuring equitable access to imaging. Her insights will be instrumental in navigating the legal landscape and promoting inclusive bio-imaging practices.
As a patient partner, Denis Boutin brings an external perspective to our committee. His real-life experience will guide our discussions and help us to ensure that our initiatives take account of patients’ needs and views.
Arthur Houngnandan is a medical imaging technologist and training manager. Currently Director of Professional Development at the Ordre des technologues en imagerie médicale, en radio-oncologie et en électrophysiologie (Order of medical imaging, radiation oncology and electrophysiology technologists – OTIMROEPMQ), he plays a key role in overseeing the development and advancement of technologists in the field. His expertise will be instrumental in helping the RBIQ shape the skills and competencies of the bio-imaging professionals of today and tomorrow.