Pascaline Kengne Talla
Pascaline Kengne TallaPost-Doctoral Fellow

Pascaline Kengne Talla, DMD, Ph.D.

Pascaline Kengne Talla is a postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. She is dentist with a background in public health and is an adjunct professor at the dentistry faculty at Laval University. She worked as clinical research coordinator at Institut universitaire sur la réadaptation en déficience physique de Montréal (IURDPM) at CIUSSS Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de Montréal. Pascaline has an extensive background in the clinical work firstly as clinician, and like a facilitator between patients, clinicians, researchers and managers. She has conducted research in dental and rehabilitation settings and implementation of innovations and knowledge translation strategies. Her current research focuses on the evaluation of process and impact of patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) for persons with spinal cord injury, news practices in routine care and telerehabilitation for people with stroke.

More About Pascaline

Pascaline’s interests of research include the design and implementation of research projects, dissemination of the research findings. I wonder about optimal strategies to improve the adoption of best practices by healthcare professional and ways to engage patients in care.

Pascaline is involved in a number of research projects in the PCHI Lab:

  • Integrating Patient-Centered Outcomes in Rehabilitation and Community Spinal Cord Injury Care
  • Implementation of MPAI in three rehabilitation settings
  • Organizational and technological for the deployment of patient-centered best practices: Early supported discharge (ESD) for stroke clients

Projects Pascaline is Involved In

Did you know ?

Pascaline is an artist. Painting is both a hobby and a passion for her.

Pascaline enjoys travelling. She has visited Africa, Europe, and America.

Pascaline is a seasoned chef, exploring cuisine from all over the world.

Featured Publication

Interventions for increasing health promotion practices in dental healthcare settings

Pascaline has published in both peer-reviewed and popular outlets

Research Profiles

Awards & Accomplishments

  • 2019: Honor Roll for academic merit, Faculty of Nursing, Laval University

  • 2016: Scholarship for knowledge dissemination by the Oral and Bone Health Research Network

  • 2016: Canadian Institutes of Health Research Community Support Program (CITP) Scholarship

  • 2015: Strategic Training in Health Research (STIHR) Knowledge Translation Canada Fellowship (2- year term) scholarship

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