June 21, 2016. Dr. Kevin Woo simplified the complexity of chronic wounds and evidence-based approaches to management, examined the challenges of self-management in people with chronic wounds, and presented a policy agenda to address chronic wound care in Canada.
May 17, 2016. Dr. Michael Green shared information about research that takes a closer look at diabetes within Ontario’s First Nations peoples and explored the possible impact of this research and our understanding of the health trajectory of older adults.
April 21, 2016. Dr. Chris Frank discussed the specifics of the Supreme Court ruling, reviewed the College of Physicians and Surgeons guidance to physicians and explored how you and your organization may approach requests.
One Year Later – Lessons Learned from the Ontario Age-Friendly Community Planning Outreach Initiative
October 18, 2016. Sarah Webster and Dr. John Puxty provided an introduction to age-friendly communities,
summarized the current status of 56 Ontario Communities that received AFC Community Grant Funds, and explored the ways in which the Ontario Age-Friendly Community Planning Outreach Initiative has increased awareness, connectivity, and capacity across the province.
Balance Impairment and Fear of Falling in Older Adults with Type 2 Diabetes: Need to Think Beyond Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
November 15, 2016. Dr. Nandini Deshpande shared data and results from four studies exploring the effects of the subtle degradation in the function of multiple sensory systems critical for balance control in older persons with type 2 diabetes.