Research & Innovation

CSAH plays a leadership role in multiple research and knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) projects and activities. We have established a number of collaborative partnerships with other research and innovation organizations in aging and health across Ontario. In the last five years we have generated over one and a half million dollars in funding and actively collaborated on other projects involving over two million dollars. Through early researcher funding we have been able to support and promote new engagement of several “upcoming” researchers in aging and health.

A number of clinical resources and continuing education products have been developed targeted to specific care sectors and are readily accessible and used by clinicians, educators and planners. We continue to provide leadership in facilitating implementation of evidence-informed quality improvement strategies across Southeastern Ontario and beyond.

CSAH continues to play a leadership role in multiple ongoing research and knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) projects and activities and we have established a number of collaborative partnerships with other research and innovation organizations in aging and health across Ontario.

The report on Strategic Activities of the Centre for Studies in Aging & Health at Providence Care, Kingston provides a synopsis on work undertaken from the inception in 2007 to 2013. We have established a consistent core team of individuals supported through a variety of sources.