||Translating Research in Elder Care (TREC) is a research program focused on developing solutions for improving the quality of care provided to nursing home residents, enriching the work life of their caregivers, and enhancing system efficiency.
June 29 2016
SCOPE project participants meet in Winnipeg to celebrate accomplishments and share success stories. In events we call Learning Congresses the SCOPE teams share their progress and network with each other.
June 28 2016
The VOICES committee met face to face for the first time to discuss the impact they can make to the stories that TREC is changing.
June 09 2016
TREC doctoral student Stephanie Chamberlain was recently awarded the Alzneimer Society's Doctoral Award for her research project: Unrepresented Older Adults: The Impact of Public Guardianship on Resident Health and Care Needs in Long Term Care
May 25 2016
As Canada’s population ages, frailty – with its increased risk of functional decline, deterioration in health status, and death – will become increasingly common. ... Given the magnitude of challenges frailty poses for the health care system as currently organized, policy changes will be essential.
"A life that has been lived should not be valued less than a life that’s going to be lived."
-Carole Estabrooks, Scientific Director
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