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Are you an older adult or caregiver? Are you interested in the latest technology and aging research? Register for an upcoming webinar!

Dr. Carrie Bourassa (CNW Group/Canadian Institutes of Health Research)

Part 6: Culturally Safe Research Models in Indigenous Communities

Date & Time: Thursday, January 9, 2020 at 1 PM ET
Speaker: Dr. Carrie Bourassa, Scientific Director of the CIHR Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health; AGE-WELL Network Investigator

Best practices, including community-based research, OCAP principles, knowledge translation, and positioning communities as co-researchers will be discussed, including the development of a training module to assist AgingTech researchers in ethically engaging Indigenous communities to promote equitable access to technology. Webinar participants will:

  • Discover the need for culturally appropriate technology for Indigenous older adults
  • Understand the importance of ethical and culturally safe practices when engaging in research with Indigenous communities
  • Learn about the development of a training module to assist AGE-WELL researchers to engage and collaborate with Indigenous communities to promote equitable access to technology

Archived Webinars

Part 5: Supporting People who Juggle Work and Caregiving: Challenges and Solutions
November 7, 2019
Speakers: Dr. Janet Fast & Johnna Lowther

Part 4: How to Successfully Partner Internationally to Create Real-World Products
September 19, 2019
Speakers: Dr. Andrew Sixsmith & Dr. Lili Liu

Part 3: Building an Innovation Hub – A Case Study
June 11, 2019
Speakers: Dr. Frank Knoefel, Dr. Josephine McMurray, Dr. Rafik Goubran & Dr. Bruce Wallace

Part 2: How AGE-WELL Technology is Changing Homes of the Future & Promoting Independence for All
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Speaker: Dr. Alex Mihailidis, Scientific Director and CEO, AGE-WELL NCE

Part 1: Involving End-Users in All Stages of Research
February 19, 2019
Speakers: Dr. Julie Robillard, Ian Goldman & Dr. Kristine Goulet

Consent & Capacity Part II
September 18, 2018
Speaker: Krista James, National Director of the Canadian Centre for Elder Law

Training the Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow
 August 21, 2018
Speakers: Leo Mui, Manager, Entrepreneurship Initiatives, the Impact Centre & Dr. Pooja Viswanathan, CEO, Braze Mobility Inc.

Predicting and Preventing Falls using Technology
July 5, 2018
Speakers: Dr. Steve Robinovitch, Professor, Simon Fraser University, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology and School of Engineering Science

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
June 13, 2018
Speakers: Krista James, National Director of the Canadian Centre for Elder Law & Valerie Le Blanc, Staff Lawyer, British Columbia Law Institute

Consent & Capacity Part I
May 15, 2018
Speaker: Krista James, National Director of the Canadian Centre for Elder Law

Can I Help You? The Future of Socially Assistive Robots in Healthcare
April 9, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Goldie Nejat, Professor, University of Toronto, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

The Application of an Equity Lens to the Development of Technology for Older Adults
February 22, 2018
Speakers: Dr. Karen M. Kobayashi, Associate Professor and Research Affiliate, University of Victoria and Dr. Simon Carroll, Research Associate, University of Victoria

Using Technology to Detect Pain in Older Adults with Dementia
January 23, 2018
Speakers: Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, Professor and Research Chair in Aging and Health Psychology, University of Regina & Dr. Babak Taati, Scientist at Toronto Rehab – UHN

The Opportunity of the Older Consumer
December 6, 2017
Speaker: Dr. Andrew Sixsmith, Scientific Director, AGE-WELL

Using Technology and Speech to Track Alzheimer’s
November 14, 2017
Speaker: Frank Rudzicz, Scientist, Toronto Rehab Institute/University of Toronto

How can technology help you locate your wandering family member when they are experiencing dementia?
October 3, 2017
Speaker: Dr. Lili Liu, lead investigator for the project and chair of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta