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A man is standing next to the left of a research poster
Oct 23, 2018 | Research, News

Harneel Kaur and his team at Bruyère conducted a systematic review of current research addressing homelessness among migrants in developed countries.

a woman holding an aging woman by the arm
Oct 15, 2018 | Leadership, News

New private public partnership between Bruyère and FCi to launch Red Dot Alerts (formerly Bruyère Helpline).

a man and woman in front of a projector screen
Oct 12, 2018 | Research, News

It is one of the digital health projects being developed by Bruyère aimed at addressing the health needs of people as they age.

Zayna Khayat, Ph.D.
Sep 20, 2018 | Leadership, News

Keynote address by Future Strategist with SE Health, Zayna Khayat, Ph.D. “The Future of Health(care) in a Digital World”

Elder woman cycling on a motiview technology
Sep 14, 2018 | Research, Patient Stories, News

Tenants from the Bruyère Village in Orléans are participating in the Road Worlds for Seniors’ Event, a world cycling championship using technology for seniors.

A man and a women pose in front of a computer
Sep 13, 2018 | Research, News

How can communication technology be more accessible?

Hand holding a butterfly
Aug 22, 2018 | Events

Reclaiming our Humanity is a free event open to everyone.

Headshot of Paula Doering
Aug 14, 2018 | Leadership, News

Welcoming Ms. Paula Doering to the role of Senior Vice-President, Clinical Programs, Chief Nursing Executive and Chief of Allied Health, effective September 17, 2018

A woman dressed in blue standing in front of a research poster
Aug 7, 2018 | Research, News

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research have awarded Vivian Welch, PhD, new funding to evaluate gender inequalities in health outcomes for older adults receiving home-based care or long-term care.

Diorama of skull and brain
Jul 30, 2018 | Research, News

Researchers have announced that their anti-amyloid antibody has shown promising results. The Phase 2 trial demonstrated the slowing of amyloid protein accumulation in the brain and greater preservation of memory.