Join us for EPIC presentations from AGE-WELL and EPIC-AT students, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, early career researchers (ECRs) and their stakeholders as they share their research in the “Healthy Lifestyles & Wellness” Challenge Area.
The “Healthy Lifestyles & Wellness” Challenge Area focuses on the use of technology to enable older adults and caregivers to maintain and improve their physical and mental health, and well-being.
|Andrew Sixsmith, Simon Fraser University
|Using Social Media to Engage Participants in Dementia Prevention Research: What are the Ethical Implications?
Viorica Hrincu, University of British Columbia
|Introducing New Technology to Monitor the Health Data of Older Adults with Multi-Morbidities Related to Dementia in Indigenous Communities (2021-2023)
John Acharibasam, University of Saskatchewan & Victor Star, Community Research Assistant, Star Blanket Cree Nation
|Virtual GERAS DANcing for Cognition Exercise (DANCE) for Older Adults: A Feasibility Randomized Control Trial
Patricia Hewston, Hamilton Health Sciences & Spencer Coombe, Co-Founder of Senior Support Care
For more details and to download the EPIC Conference Program, see here: https://agewell-nce.ca/epic-conference