Selected Presentations

Engagement of patients and caregivers in patient-oriented health research: Insights gained from the McMaster University, Aging, Community and Health Research Unit

  • Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J. (2018)
  • Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Comparison of self-report vs. administrative data in defining multimorbidity

  • Gruneir A, Griffith L, Fisher K, Panjwani D, Perez R, Favotto L, Patterson C, Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J. (2018)
  • Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC

Understanding the complexity of living with diabetes and incontinence for older home care clients

  • Northwood M, Ploeg J, Markle-Reid M, Sherifali D. (2018)
  • interRAI Canada Conference, May 2018, Calgary, AB

Implementation and evaluation of an e-health supported transitional care intervention for community-living older adults with stroke: A feasibility study

  • Valaitis R, Markle-Reid M, Bartholomew A, Fisher K, Fleck R, Ploeg J, Salerno J, Thabane L, Gafni A, Archer N (2018)
  • Health Quality Transformation: Quality Matters, Toronto, ON

Engagement of caregivers in patient-oriented health research: Insights gained from the McMaster University, Aging, Community and Health Research Unit

  • Markle-Reid M. (2018)
  • The Change Foundation, Toronto, ON

Engaging older adults with diabetes and their caregivers in a community-based program

Supporting home care transformation: Strategies for change

Supporting optimal aging of older person with multiple chronic conditions and their families: A symposium

  • Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J, Duggleby W, Griffith L, Fisher K. (2017)
  • 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics

    San Francisco, CA

ACHRU-Community Partnership Program for older adults with diabetes and multimorbidity

  • Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J, Fraser K, Fisher K, Akhtar-Danesh N, Bartholomew A, Gafni A. (2017)
  • 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics

    San Francisco, CA

Community Program Improves Quality of Life and Self-Management in Older Adults with Diabetes and Multimorbidity

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