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411 Seniors - SFU STAR Report | Information and Referral Services for Seniors in B.C.

411 Seniors Centre Society, in partnership with SFU STAR, has published a new report developed in direct response to the growing need for a comprehensive review of existing information and referral services for seniors in an attempt to capture the state of B.C. senior-focused service provision. The report aims to fill a knowledge gap as a means of assessing and evaluating current best practices and future potential for providing I&R support to seniors. 

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April 29, 2021

Top ten insights from citizens and stakeholders about enhancing the use of technology in LTC in Canada 
SFU STAR Director, Dr. Andrew Sixsmith, presented in a webinar that was part of a larger series featuring top ten insights into health-and social-systems, evidence-informed policymaking and a range of key health and social issues. 

April 08, 2021

The Future of Technology and Aging Roadshows
Every Wednesday from April 21 to May 19, AGE-WELL is hosting regional roadshows and wants to hear from you about how they can support older Canadians.

April 06, 2021

AGE-WELL AgeTech Innovation Week
Hosted by AGE-WELL and taking place October 4-8, 2021, this unique virtual event is for anyone with an interest in technology-based solutions that support older adults and caregivers. 

April 01, 2021

Call for Healthcare Management Forum AGE-WELL Special Edition Submissions
The Canadian College of Health Leaders and AGEWELL are collaborating on a special edition of Healthcare Management Forum to be published in September of 2022. Abstract submissions due April 9, 2021. 

March 08, 2021

AGE-WELL Webinar: Everything you need to know to be an engaged health researcher
In this webinar, we heard from the editors of new AGE-WELL book, Knowledge, Innovation, and Impact: A Guide for the Engaged Health Researcher, developed in partnership with SFU STAR.