First International Meeting
The Health and Ageing Pathways: From Research to Population Health
February 14, 2008, Montreal, Quebec

Program

 

CIHR Research Program Background Information

 

 

PRESENTATIONS (in Acrobat format)

 

Introduction

 

CIHR Team in Frailty and Aging– F. Béland, A. Tourigny

 

How do longitudinal studies help increase knowledge regarding population health and research on aging?

 

Longitudinal Research on Aging: Selected Examples from the Hispanic Established Population for the Epidemiologic Study of the Elderly (H-EPESE) – K. Markides

 

Longitudinal studies, population health, and aging – C. Wolfson

 

What does responsibility for population health mean?

 

Responsabilité populationnelle : ce que ça veut dire ? – D. Roy

 

Researchers and policy makers: Working together for population health

 

Connaissances scientifiques et prise de décision: Le cas de la gestion des organisations de santé – JL. Denis

 

Presentations on Clinical Practice
The reality and relevance of the concept of frailty in a clinical setting

 

Frailty and the Practitioner – D. Hogan

 

The Reality & Relevance of Frailty in the Clinical setting – C. Patterson

 

The Frail Elderly Collaborative in British Columbia – C. Rauscher

 

Frailty and Family Practice – D. Gass

 

Presentations on Health Policy

Financial management, organization and incentives: Adapting healthcare services to a frail older population

 

Regional Specialized Geriatrics Program - Leading the way in care for seniors – G. Maier

 

CIHR Team in Frailty and Aging National Meeting – D. Pedlar

 

 
 

 

 

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