Ottawa researcher develops bilingual healthcare app to help Canadians stay healthy in face of healthcare crisis.
Researchers at Bruyère are advancing health research with five new grants awarded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Twenty-seven percent of individuals who had an emergency department visit for cannabis use developed a new anxiety disorder within three years, according to new research.
Alison Krentel, PhD, studies why some people are never treated through mass drug administration programs, whether by choice or by lack of access.
New therapies for Alzheimer’s may be on the horizon for Canada. Are we ready?
As we look back on another year of patient-driven research, we celebrate the many ways research and innovation are changing the future of care at Bruyère and beyond.
Recognized as the sixth fastest growing Research Institute in the country
CAN Health Network expands to enhance care for residents and operators across Canada
Marche vers le futur (MVF) is a French-language telehealth fall prevention program that is effective in reducing fall risk factors in Francophone adults aged 55 and over.
Largest study of its kind suggests that giving more blood is better than giving less for heart attack patients with low blood counts
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