In a recent commentary published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, Drs. Clare Liddy and Erin Keely make a case for the transformation of specialist referral processes in Canada.
The study is the first to examine which, and how many residents have DNR and DNH orders upon admission to nursing homes across Ontario.
Tim Kerr’s story is chronicled in Research Canada’s monthly report to parliamentarians.
In a first-of-its-kind study in Canada, researchers discover that specialist advice given through eConsult translates to direct action by primary care physicians.
Study reveals that Canadian HIV care settings are adopting a patient-centered approach to complex care.
Article: Developing and testing technology to support dignity, independence, and the greatest quality of life for aging Canadians.
The Bruyère Deprescribing Guidelines Research Team has launched its app for smart devices.
Bruyère researchers are investigating the intersection between technology and memory.
The following guiding principles are to be used in all interactions with industry for any potential commercialize-able or industry-driven Research & Development or Validation/Evaluation work.
Dr. Neil Thomas is leading a team that is using home-based sensors that may indicate a person’s decline in memory over time.
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