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Trainee Receives a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Published on: July 10, 2018

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.  

Dr. Maureen Markle-Reid is Building a Brighter World

Published on: April 6, 2018

Dr. Markle-Reid is profiled on McMaster University’s website for her research that improves the quality of life for both patients and their caregivers.

A Community Navigation and Rehabilitation Intervention for Stroke Survivors with Multiple Chronic Conditions - Research Summary

Published on: October 29, 2015

Most strokes occur in the context of other chronic conditions, such as Type 2 Diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease, which have the potential to negatively affect stroke rehabilitation.

Optimal aging at home

Published on: September 5, 2014

Not all Canadians who are living longer are living well.  Nine out of 10 aged 65 and older are afflicted with a combination of illnesses – diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, dementia and arthritis, among others – that leave them over-doctored and over-medicated while doing little to improve their overall health and functioning.

Nursing school celebrates commitment to research on healthy aging

Published on: June 18, 2013

The McMaster School of Nursing is celebrating its first-ever Canada Research Chair, along with significant funding received for the new Aging, Community and Health Research Unit.

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