As our population grows older, we are also seeing an influx of technologies designed to make our lives easier and keep us better connected. This half-day event, presented by the O’Brien Institute for Public Health Brenda Strafford Centre on Aging, the Canadian Frailty Network and AGE-WELL, will host leading researchers who are exploring how accessible and smart technologies are influencing our aging experiences. This free, in-person public event will begin with a lunch and networking session, followed by an afternoon of interactive talks.
Dr. Jayna Holroyd-Leduc, Brenda Strafford Centre on Aging, University of Calgary
Dr. John Muscedere, Canadian Frailty Network
Dr. Sayeh Bayat, Biomedical Engineering, University of Calgary
Dr. Ann Toohey, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary
Dr. Gloria Puurveen, Nursing, University of British Columbia
Jacquie Eales, Human Ecology, University of Alberta
Calgary, T2M 4S7, AB