Maxime Lê has been a patient advisor at The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) since 2017.
At TOH, he has been contributing to research projects and defending the rights of patients, as well as providing guidance on The Ottawa Hospital’s COVID-19 response. Most prominently, he has consulted on the OR Black Box Project from A-Z. What was once an idea on paper is now real, and improves patient safety every single day. Moreover, he can often be found doing print and televised media interviews, hosting and presenting at various talks and conferences, internationally as well.
Past and current projects:
1) OR Black Box Project
2) Improving Med-Surg Nursing Orientation guidelines
3) “The Robot will see you now”: A tele-medicine project in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
4) Developing a consensual definition of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) via the delphi method
He also sits on the steering committee of the Patient Advisors Network (PAN), and serves as expert committee member for various organisations such as the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and SAEGIS, the educational arm of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA).