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Sep 27, 2023 | Research

People visiting the emergency department (ED) for substance use—particularly cannabis—are at high risk of developing schizophrenia, according to new research.

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Sep 21, 2023 | Research

Two new studies are developing techniques for early detection of Alzheimer's disease and cognitive impairment.

senior man driving
Jul 26, 2023 | Research

We lack objective assessments of driving ability as we age. Candrive researchers have a new tool that can help.

photo of senior couple next to graphic of house receiving signals from various tech
Jun 21, 2023 | Research

Thanks to new funding, researchers are working to develop a measure, using artificial intelligence (AI), that can help identify when care partners are experiencing higher levels of burden.

May 15, 2023 | Research

Now settled into his appointment as the Scientific Director of OPHESAC, Dr. Paul Hébert talks about how the province is looking to tackle emergency preparedness.

nurse helps senior woman into bed
May 2, 2023 | Research

Sensor technology piloted in retirement home can improve health and safety of residents, study finds

two seniors on a jog
Apr 24, 2023 | Research

The cognitive benefits of moderate physical activity were found to be 50% greater than those of vigorous physical activity.

Apr 3, 2023 | Research

James Conklin, PhD, shares what his research team found in Ontario long-term care homes after speaking with essential care partners, their loved ones, and long-term care staff.

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Mar 29, 2023 | Research

Nurse-led chronic pain management program within Bruyère’s Academic Family Health Team reduces pain, interference of pain on daily living, and opioid usage

ALTA Platform with logos
Feb 27, 2023 | Research

Today, Bruyère has announced the procurement of Able Innovations’ ALTA Platform™