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  1. Congratulations to TREC PhD student Stephanie Chamberlain, recipient of Nursing Research Chair in Aging and Quality of Life Award

    September 16 2014

    This award recognizes Stephanie's academic and scholarly achievements.

  2. National dementia research and prevention plan

    September 16 2014

    Around the world, dementia is widely recognized as one of the most pressing problems facing healthcare systems and an aging population. The Government of Canada is focusing its efforts on a national research and prevention plan for dementia which will support improved care.

  3. TREC Researchers Dr Carole Estabrooks and Dr Greta Cummings make mark on global list of most cited researchers

    September 05 2014

    "The list is made up of researchers who wrote the highest number of research papers ranking among the top one per cent of most-cited papers by category and year, as indexed by the Web of Science Core Collection between 2002 and 2012. About 3,200 researchers were included in the list."

  4. Inaugural conference: Long-Term Care: A Safe and Secure Environment, Nov 26-27 Toronto

    September 04 2014

    A comprehensive, content driven, two-day program has been developed in concert with leading experts to empower long-term care leaders to support their staff and provide quality care in a safe and respectful environment.

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