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Integrated Approach to Palliative Care in Acute Care (iPAC-AC)

Findings from this project will enable the project team to develop evidence-informed recommendations for integrating a palliative approach into acute care medical units, create practice support tools to facilitate transitions in the care journey and provide data to inform the design of a full-scale implementation project in acute care related to the integration of a…

Integrating a quality of life assessment and practice support system in palliative home care

The results of this study will contribute much-needed knowledge about the use of electronic quality of life (QOL) assessments in palliative homecare nursing, with the ultimate goal of improving outcomes of care for seriously ill older adults and their family caregivers who are living at home. Research Results Publications, presentations and webinars For more information…

Celebrating Health Research

As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, CIHR has featured the work of 150 Canadian health researchers in a digital storybook. Included are profiles of researchers from discovery science and clinical research to strengthening the health care system and examining the social determinants of health. In their own words, researchers tell why they pursued a…

Network Members inducted as CAHS Fellows

CFN Board Member Tom Noseworthy, and Kelli Stajduhar, CFN Network Investigator and Citizen Engagement Committee Member, were inducted as 2017 CAHS Fellows on September 14, 2017. Induction into the CAHS as a Fellow is considered one of the highest honours within Canada’s academic community. CAHS Fellows, who serve as unpaid volunteers, are nominated by their…