Wed. Feb. 7th 11am-12pm EST. The IFA and WHO Department of Ageing and Life Course are pleased to announce the sixth in a series of webinars that are part of an ongoing dialogue to bring together knowledge, new ideas and innovation around age-friendly environments (AFE). Join Ms. Stephanie Firestone and Dr. Laura Keyes for "Engaging Planners as Livable Communities Allies" by registering here.

Osteoporosis Canada presents this Beyond the Break webinar with Dr. Stephanie Atkinson from 12-1pm on Mar. 13th, 2018. The live link to the presentation is http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=78044783. Please see the event flyer for more information.

Osteoporosis Canada presents this Beyond the Break webinar with Dr. Judi Laprade from 12-1pm on Feb. 22nd, 2018.  The live link to the presentation ishttp://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=78445701. Please see the event flyer for more information.

This conference provides a unique opportunity to bring together researchers with basic and translational scientific expertise to discuss their research programs’ latest findings that ultimately aim to enhance clinical care for patients. The conference takes place from March 19-21, 2018, at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto. Please visit the website for a list of topic discussions. To register please click here.

Campus Alberta Neuroscience and the Alberta Healthy Brain Aging and Dementia community are pleased to announce their second international conference, Promoting Healthy Brain Aging and Preventing Dementia: Research and Translation, to take place June 20-22, 2018 at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Banff, Alberta, Canada. To register for the conference, please click here

February 2, 2018 - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute's annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference is a national conference dedicated to advance knowledge on traumatic brain injury in scientific research and clinical care. Engage with eminent researchers and renowned scholars on cutting edge topics in traumatic brain injury.  Interactive discussions, workshops, plenary sessions, poster abstracts and rapid podium presentations are planned. 

Be part of the action by submitting an abstract and share your research with your colleagues.  Abstracts will be considered for both oral and poster presentations. The conference will take place at the Beanfield Centre at Exhibition PlaceTo register please click here.

Wednesday, January 24th from 12-1 EST - This webinar focuses on interventions adapted MedStopper in order to automate the process of deprescribing. At the time of hospitalization, the patient's medications and comorbidities, along with a measure of frailty, were entered into MedStopper, which generated an individualized, prioritized, deprescription plan targeting PIMs. The most responsible physician could then choose to implement the deprescribing plan after discussion with the patient/caregiver. To register please click here

Participants in this webinar will expand their knowledge of human rights and how they impact people living with a dementia. This webinar takes place on Wednesday, January 17th, from 12-1 pm EST. The presenter is Phyllis Fehr M.L.A., R.N., S.A.N.E., Advocate, Ontario Dementia Advisory Group board member, Dementia Alliance International board member.

Wednesday March 7, 2018 from 1-2pm EST at L.R. Wilson Rm 1003, Main Campus, McMaster University join Mark Skinner, Professor and Director of the Centre for Aging & Society, Canadian Research Chair in Rural Aging, Health and Social Care from Trent University as he discusses his work. 

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.

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