Research

Opportunity to Participate in Research

The following comes from the Sheridan Centre for Elder Research Sheridan’s Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) creates innovative solutions for health care using creative applications of mobile technologies like the Internet of things, wearable computing, augmented/virtual reality, and machine learning. In collaboration with their industry partner, PointClickCare, CMI is exploring a mobile app solution designed …

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CERC: Opportunity to Participate in Research

The following is from the Sheridan Centre for Elder Research The Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) launched an opportunity for students attending select Ontario colleges and universities to receive funding along with coaching and mentorship to develop their innovative aging + brain health solutions into businesses. Participants were required to submit an …

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Community Dvelopment Halton: Latest “Community Lens”

Community Development Halton is a registered charitable organization whose purpose is to build and strengthen the community of Halton. Please click HERE to visit their website. Their latest “Community Lens #170” is now available.– Senior Wellbeing During COVID-19.  This Community Lens looks at senior wellbeing during COVID-19 in Halton based on survey data from the …

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U of T Research Study: From Hospital to Home for Persons Living with Dementia

Marianne Saragosa is a PhD student at the Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. Marianne is conducting a research study “From Hospital to Home for Persons Living with Dementia: A Multi Perspective Qualitative Study. Marianne is looking for persons with dementia and their caregivers who have recently experienced a …

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McMaster Study of Potential Interest to CARP Halton Chapter members

Alison Gelata, Master’s Candidate in Communications Management. A Study of How Older Adults Determine Online Information Sources and Communication about Health to be Trustworthy and Credible _______________________________________________________  McMaster Study Seeks Survey Participants Age 65+ – “Trusting Digital Sources of Information and Communication in the Golden Years” CARP Halton Chapter has been asked to share information …

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