More Ontarians are ending up in emergency departments (ED) due to alcohol use, with the largest increases happening in women, and young adults between the ages of 25 and 29, according to a new study.
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Article: Developing and testing technology to support dignity, independence, and the greatest quality of life for aging Canadians.
Dr. Knoefel talks about The Bruyère Memory Program and the potential of “smart” sensors to identify changes in how people move and think as they get older, to learn patterns and intervene, if needed.
Dr. Thomas talks about how technology can be used to detect changes in memory and functioning for individuals with cognitive impairment and dementia and research being conducted at Bruyère
Dr. Francois Tremblay, Yekta Ansari, and Anthony Remaud are investigating the potential of thermal sensory stimulation to improve the motor function of stroke survivors.
A group of Canadian health care professionals has developed the first evidence-based Deprescribing Guideline to reduce or stop the use of Benzodiazepines (BZRAs)...
A team at the Bruyère Research Institute is researching an approach that can help primary care patients access various health and social resources in the community.
BRI investigator Barbara Farrell and her team welcomes Dr. Ana Londoño from Spain as she completes a two-week observership at Bruyère.
BRI investigators Dr. Peter Tanuseputro and Dr. Claire Kendall have been successful in their respective requests for funding from the Canadian Institute for Health Research.
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