About Bruyère Reports
Bruyère Reports represents an initiative of the Bruyère Research Institute with the purpose of communicating information and evidence to care givers, policy makers and the general public.
The reports serve as a vehicle for the dissemination of Bruyère’s Rapid Reviews and other studies as well as information that have the potential for improving health outcomes of patients with chronic complex conditions, patients who require geriatric or stroke rehabilitation, patients who suffer from dementia, patients who are in palliative care and residents of long-term care homes.
Bruyère’s Rapid Reviews represent a unique evidence-based tool for the development and dissemination of best evidence to inform contextual clinical decision-making in institutional and community settings. The rapid review approach comprises two interlocking processes: a patient-oriented rapid review process that is led by a clinical champion who identifies a practice gap; and an action oriented implementation process that identifies practice change and evaluates impact.
Bruyère Reports also provide information and evidence that will support people living at home so they can age well and adopt strategies that will allow them to be as healthy and as autonomous as possible.
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