COMMUNITY RESEARCH, DIGITAL HEALTH, ESHIFT, OLDER ADULTS
e-Shift, an innovative home care model: Perceptions of Care Coordinators
In response to needs of older adults at the end-of-life and challenges in the recruitment and retention of healthcare providers (HCPs) in home care in the South West Community Care Access Center, a new and innovative model of home care,
Social Media Risk Communications: Understanding the use of Twitter by Public Health sector during the COVID-19 pandemic
n this study we ask: What is the public health risk communication response to an emergency infectious disease in the context of social media? We examine how provinces and provincial public health leaders, and the Public Health Agency of Canada
ACTIVE RESEARCH, DIGITAL HEALTH, KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION, SURVEILLANCE
Health Data Dialogues: Supporting Data Stewards for the Future of Health Care
Health Data Dialogues is a knowledge mobilization and outreach initiative designed to support thought leadership among individuals working across the ecosystem of digital health data collection and use.
ACTIVE RESEARCH, DIGITAL HEALTH, PANDEMIC, PUBLIC HEALTH, SURVEILLANCE
Digital surveillance for pandemics: A planning resource for decision-makers
This research project investigates digital technological surveillance strategies purported to mitigate the spread and scope of COVID-19. Patel (2020) argues that “while data can save lives at times of global public health crisis…it can only do this effectively if its
DIGITAL HEALTH, INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS, OLDER ADULTS
Caring near and far: A multi-province investigation of remote monitoring technologies connecting community-based older adults and their care team.
In-home remote monitoring (RM) technologies can link clients, family/friend caregivers, and health care providers with the goal of supporting older adults to age in place. The purpose of this study is to examine the use of remote monitoring (RM) technologies
ACTIVE RESEARCH, DRONES FOR HEALTH, INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS, SURVEILLANCE
Drones for Health: Building a multidisciplinary research agenda
The objective of this study is to enhance our understanding of the key considerations to be addressed to ensure drone technologies deployed across the health system are used in an equitable, ethical, appropriate, and socially responsible manner.
ACTIVE RESEARCH, COMMUNITY RESEARCH, DIGITAL HEALTH, OLDER ADULTS
‘REDI to Care’: Reimagining Systems and Services that Engage Older Adults in Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Care
The primary goal of this big idea initiative is to provide accessible care to individuals residing in LTC institutions and/or within the community. To accomplish this, we are proposing several concurrent and parallel project components.
COMMUNITY CARE, DIGITAL HEALTH, ESHIFT, OLDER ADULTS
e-Shift, an innovative home care model: A 3-Year Study – Summary Review of Research Activities
In response to the needs of older adults at the end-of-life and other patients needing shift nursing care in urban and remote rural settings, and challenges in having sufficient nursing capacity in all locations to provide overnight homecare, the South
Our goal is to build a shared language and network of collaborators across the ecosystem who acknowledge the challenges that exist, and want to help their organizations move past overwhelm into creativity as stewards of equity and inclusion.