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Article: Social, Political, Commercial, and Corporate Determinants of Rural Health Equity in Canada: An Integrated Framework

Leimbigler, B., Li, E.P.H. et al.

“Compared to their counterparts in urban settings, rural and remote residents can face unique barriers such as lack of access to higher education, job opportunities, technologies and technology infrastructure (i.e. high-speed internet), comprehensive health services and goods, public funding and r

Article: Virtual Rehabilitation Program for Seniors With Frailty Shows Promise, According to Hamilton-Led Research

Fram Dinshaw, McMaster University

Virtually delivered rehabilitation for seniors living with frailty is a feasible way for delivering care, shows new research led by researchers from the Geras Centre for Aging Research, a research centre of McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences.

Article: What Trends Will Impact Charities and Nonprofits in the Third Quarter of 2023?

Cathy Barr, Ph.D. & Emily Jensen, Imagine Canada

Climate crisis continues to create challenges, feds ramp up for elections, new EDI data is a wakeup call for white-led nonprofits

Survey: Building Brains Together 60+ Play

University of Lethbridge

Research demonstrates that there is a correlation between a decline in performance on tasks measuring executive function skills and increased age. This decline in executive function seems to be associated with normal age-related changes in specific regions of the brain, particularly the frontal lobe

Learning From Practice: Promoting Wellbeing and Health Equity Among Older Adults

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

As life expectancy and the proportion of older adults in the population are increasing, so too is the need for attention on the root causes of wellbeing and health inequities experienced by older people across Canada.The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH), Health Promo

Podcast: Building Health Equity-Focused Public Health Organizations

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

Season 1 of Mind the Disruption was a success! We’ve decided to release bonus content from three episodes.

Q & A: Why Climate Change is an Ageing Issue

National Institute on Ageing

Q&A with Dr. Samantha Green, President-Elect of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the EnvironmentQ: To start with, can you give us a brief recap of what the changing climate will mean for conditions here in Canada?A: So right now we're sitting at about 1.2 degrees of warming above pre-i

Report: Registered Retirement Income Funds and Minimum Withdrawal Requirements – Report to Parliament

Government of Canada

The Government of Canada is pleased to table this report, which responds to the Private Member’s Motion M-45, introduced by the Hon. Kirsty Duncan (Etobicoke North, LPC), and passed in the House of Commons on June 15, 2022, stating that: a) the House recognizes that: i. seniors deserve a dignified

Article: Exploring the Poststroke Experiences and Needs of South Asian Communities Living in High-Income Countries - Findings from a Scoping Review

Kokorelias et al. (Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities)

Abstract: Despite the high prevalence of stroke among South Asian communities in high-income countries, a comprehensive understanding of their unique experiences and needs after stroke is lacking. This study aimed to synthesize the literature examining the experiences and needs of South Asian commun


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