On Thursday, January 25th from 12-1pm EST, speakers Bill Morris, Karen Milligan and Jerilyn Dressler will explore how 211 is increasingly being leveraged by a wide range of stakeholders to effectively address poverty. Click here to register.

Thursday, January 11th from 12-1pm, Dr. Andrea Iaboni will list dementia-related falls risk factors, describe evidence-based falls prevention approaches in the advanced stage of dementia and an approach to person-centred falls management and palliative care in advanced dementia. This presentation will be available via webcast at http://webcast.otn.ca.

On Thursday January 25th from 12-1pm EST, presenter Marcia Sokolowski will help attendees identify the major benefits and challenges of advance directives, recognize staff moral distress, how to respond supportively and to identify the relevant ethical issues and principles and where conflict exists between them.  This presentation is available via webcast at http://webcast.otn.ca

On Tuesday, January 16th from 12-1pm EST, Dr. Theodore D Cosco will discuss his experiences with longitudinal research over his career, some of the advantages of longitudinal research, notable longitudinal studies, and his ongoing work on resilience and healthy ageing.  Dr. Cosco will discuss how and why longitudinal studies provide a unique richness and depth of information in the investigation of the ageing process, touching on some of the relative advantages on extant ageing studies, notably the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study, the National Survey of Health and Development, and the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. Dr. Cosco will also touch upon some of his ongoing research examining biopsychosocial trajectories of ageing, particularly with respect to the methodological approaches and practical applications of these concepts. Register here.

Wed. Feb. 28, 2018 from 12-1pm EST. Join Henry Siu of McMaster University as he talks about a study to look at whether the eDosette can help the frail elderly take their medications better. This study was able to show how frail elderly patients are taking their medications, how the eDosette prompted improved medication regimes, and lastly, further refined the eDosette deveice for a larger study. Register here.

Wed. Feb. 14, 2018 from 12-1pm EST. Join Ada Tang and Christina Nowak of McMaster University as they talk about their work to test the safety and feasibility of a new, higher-intensity strength training program in pre-frail older adults. Register here.

Wed. Jan. 24, 2018 from 12-1pm EST. Join Todd Campbell Lee and Emily McDonald from McGill University Health Centre as they talk about their intervention to automate the process of deprescribing. Register here.

Wed. Jan. 10, 2018 from 12-1pm EST.  Daniel McIsaac of Ottawa Hospital Research Institute wil talk about a project that aimed to identify differences between two leading frailty tools in their accuracy and ease of use for patients and clinicians. The findings will be provided to clinicans to help them choose which frailty tool to use before surgery to identify older patients at high-risk of bad outcomes after surgery. Register here.

January 23, 2018 from 1-2pm EST join host Mark Cabaj while he talks with Micael Quinn Patton, one of the world's greatest evaluation pioneers and author of "Principles-Focused Evaluation: The GUIDE". Register here.

In collaboration with the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat, Elder Abuse Ontario and Western University invite you to be part of a provincial initiative to engage our citizens in challenging social norms and encouraging bystander interventions in support of at-risk seniors.

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