Study reveals that Canadian HIV care settings are adopting a patient-centered approach to complex care.
Bruyère’s Simone Dahrouge, PhD, is ending her tenure as Vice-Chair of Research and Director of the C.T. Lamont Primary Health Care Research Centre (CTLC).
BRI’s Douglas Archibald, PhD, wants to know if our medical education tools are working the way they are intended.
Congratulations to investigators Janet Hatcher-Roberts, Alison Krentel, Gail Webber, and Vivian Welch!
Thank you to Visavie, Retire-At-Home Services, and Revera Retirement Living, who were instrumental in connecting our presenters to the community.
In a recent publication by the Ontario SPOR Support Unit, BRI investigator Simone Dahrouge, PhD, discusses her experience with a pivotal question: does patient engagement in research improve health?
Bruyère Photoderm Clinic held an event to celebrate 40 years of service.
Housed at the Bruyère Research Institute, this innovative center will use ‘big data’ to improve the health of aging and vulnerable populations.
Harneel Kaur and her team at Bruyère conducted a systematic review of current research addressing homelessness among migrants in developed countries.
It is one of the digital health projects being developed by Bruyère aimed at addressing the health needs of people as they age.
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