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Study: Functional health difficulties among lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Canada

Government of Canada

Study: Functional health difficulties among lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Canada

Cardiovascular Disease: Can Digital Technologies Help?

McMaster Optimal Aging Portal

New digital health technologies emerge often in today’s world. Phone apps, health websites, and wearable technologies – like watches, can help you set and monitor health goals. For people living with or at risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), using digital health technologies may be of interest

RECORDING: Connecting People and Community for Living Well - November 2023 Partners' Meeting

Connecting People & Community for Living Well

You can access the recording HERE or view it below.The Connecting People and Community for Living Well Group hosted their November 2023 Partners' Meeting. It featured a presentation from Jasneet Parmar and Sharon Anderson about the Caregiver Centred Care initiative and education.*These Partners' M

Caregiver-Centered Care Education: Education for Health and Social Care Providers about Person-Centered Care for Family Caregivers

Dr. Jasneet Parmar, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, UofA

Do you work with family caregivers? Do you want to learn more about person-centered care for family caregivers? Our competency-based Caregiver-Centered Care Education is Free online www.caregivercare.ca. Each module takes 45-60 minutes to complete. You receive a continuing competency certificate on

Social Prescribing for Older Adults: First Year Findings

Healthy Aging Alberta

Join Healthy Aging Alberta and Network Coordinators from across the province to learn more about the Social Prescribing for Older Adult programs being supported.

Questionnaire on Education and Training for Dementia Care (November 30)

Public Health Agency of Canada

If you are a health care provider who works with people living with dementia, the Public Health Agency of Canada is interested in hearing from you about the education and training available for dementia care. The information gathered through this questionnaire will inform priority-setting for future

Research Participants: Stranger than Family Study

Alzheimer Society of Canada and Mount Royal University

This Stranger than Family Study explores how ideas about consent, capacity, and substitute decision-making affect people facing dementia who are “going it alone” and non-family, non-friend others who are involved in representing them.It aims to learn more about the considerations and challenges

Research Participants - Responsible for More: Informal Caregiving and Parenting in a Pandemic

Dalhousie University

The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented restrictions on support for caregivers and parents across Alberta. We are writing to request your assistance recruiting caregivers and/or parents to participate in a study, titled “Responsible for more: Informal caregiving and parenting in a pandemic.

Connecting Generations: Planning and Implementing Interventions for Intergenerational Contact

World Health Organization

Ageism exists when “age” is used to categorize individuals and create social divisions, with ensuing injustice and harm and lack of solidarity across generations. Ageism is highly detrimental to our health and well-being and imposes a heavy cost on societies. The World Health Organization (WHO)


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