Promoting optimal aging at home for older adults with multiple chronic conditions (MCC) and supporting their family caregivers.

As the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Person-Centred Interventions for Older Adults with Multimorbidity and their Caregivers, Dr. Maureen Markle-Reid designs, evaluates and translates new and innovative community-based interventions to improve access to healthcare, quality of life, and health outcomes.

This funding is matched by the McMaster University School of Nursing and supported through the Aging Community and Health Research Unit (ACHRU).

 

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Dr. Maureen Markle-Reid, RN, PhD

Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Person-Centred Interventions for Older Adults with Multimorbidity and their Caregivers, School of Nursing 
Scientific Director, Aging, Community and Health Research Unit 
Associate Member, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (HEI)

Trainee Receives a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Sue Bookey-Bassett understands the importance of collaboration among health care professionals in providing quality care to older adults living with multiple chronic conditions in the community.  

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Q & A with Research Associate Dr. Jennifer Salerno

Jennifer Salerno is passionate about research and she is thrilled be receiving first-hand research experience in the area of home and community-based interventions for older adults with diabetes, stroke and other vascular conditions.

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Q. & A. with Carly Whitmore Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Student

When Carly Whitmore began her nursing program, her grandfather was diagnosed with both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease. As she progressed in her program, so did her grandfather’s diseases.

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