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Addendum to the Conference Program / Addenda au programme de la conference
CAG2014: Landscapes of Aging
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Poster Display Times: Posters will be on general display for the full day of the scheduled presentation. Presenters
will stand with their posters during their scheduled times in the program.
Horaires de présentation des affiches : Les affiches seront présentées au cours de séances toute la journée. Les
présentateurs devront se tenir près de leur affiche au cours de leur horaire prévu dans le programme.
Presentation Changes / Modifications des présentations
O2
Snapshots of community seniors: A scoping review on the use of Photovoice with older adults
1
1 ,2
2 ,1
Virginia Kenyon , Kenneth Southall , Sarah Fraser
1
2
Institut Raymond-Dewar, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, McGill School of Social Work, Montreal, Quebec,
Canada
O43
Seniors' Falls in Canada: 2013 Report, Public Health Agency of Canada
Simone Powell, Natasha Kuran
Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Aging and Mobility / Mobilité des personnes
âgées - 13:30 – 15:00
O113
My Stroke Team (MYST): Leveraging emerging possibilities with technology to improve interprofessional
stroke care for older adults
1
2
1
2
2
Maureen Markle-Reid , Nancy Matthew-Maich , Lauren Harris , Duane Bender , Christy Taberner , Sarah
1
1
1
Ibrahim , Ruta Valaitis , Jenny Ploeg
1
2
McMaster University , Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
P39
A Serious Game for Cognitive Assessment of Aging Adults
Tiffany Tong, Zohra Noor, Aastha Patel, Mark Chignell
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
P40
Differences in Touch Interface Performance by Elderly Users of a Serious Game
Tiffany Tong, Zohra Noor, Aastha Patel, Mark Chignell
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
P46
An Integrative Literature Review on the Effectiveness of Interventions Involving Social Supports for
Improving Exercise Behaviours Among Older Adults
Boris Woytowich, Donna Wilson, Gail Low, Amy Toosi
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
P194
A Focus on Aging in the Trent/Fleming School of Nursing Curriculum
1,2
1,2
1,2
1
1
Beryl Cable-Williams , Ann MacLeod , Andrea Mowry , Cyndi Gilmer , Kirsten Woodend
1
2
Trent University, Canada, Fleming College, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Educational Gerontology / Gérontologie
educative - 8:00 – 9:30
P213
Perspectives of Aging among persons living with COPD
Gail Low, Carolyn Ross, Michael Stickland, Donna Wilson, Eric Wong
University of Alberta, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Social Sciences / Sciences socials - 13:30 –
15:00
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16 – 18 October / octobre 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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P214
Quality of Life and Aging in Chatham-Kent: Perspectives of Older Adults in the Community
Kieran O'Doherty, Kaitlin Snell, Karla Stroud
University of Guelph, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Social Social Sciences / Sciences sociales 11:00 – 12:30
LB5
Drug-Seeking Behaviours for Codeine-Acetaminophen and Tramadol-Acetaminophen Prescriptions:
Analysis of Age as a Significant Variable
Nevio Cimolai
The University of British Columbia, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Health and Biological Sciences / Sciences de la
santé et sciences biologiques - 8:00 – 9:30
LB8
Changes in Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing with Nursing Home Admittance
1,2
1
2
Malcolm Doupe , Julie Erickson , Natalia Dik
1
2
University of Manitoba, Canada, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Canada
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014: Health and Biological Sciences / Sciences de la
santé et sciences biologiques - 8:00 – 9:30
CAG Divisional Meeting: Psychology / Réunion d’une section de l’ACG : Psychologie
Friday, October 17, 2014 / vendredi, 17 octobre 2014, 17:30 - 18:30
Cancelled / Annulé
Aging and Technology / Vieillissement et technologie
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014, 8:00 - 9:30
Chair / Présidente : Arlene Astell
Withdrawn Presentations / Présentations retirées
O21
Self-ethnography in Late Life: A Cultural Approach to Life Review
Judith Church Tydings
Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD, USA
P51
Landscape of Aging in Ontario Long Term Care Homes
Tommy Wong
Ontario Long Term Care Association, Markham, Canada
P95
Frequency of Transitions in Care Settings Experienced by Individuals with Dementia
Saskia Sivananthan, Kimberlyn McGrail
UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Vancouver, BC, Canada
P169
Are home care and facility-based long term care services affordable to Canadians?
Nathalie Valdés, Georgia Livadiotakis, Frédéric Samvura, Alexander Kuc, Elena Tipenko
Health Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
P177
Évaluation de l'état nutritionnel de personnes âgées en bonne santé ou malades vivant à domicile (SidiBel-Abbès, Algérie)
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1
1
2
3 ,1
N Menadi , G Kelkoul , I Hassani , B Merrakchi , S Belbraouet
1
2
Université D Liabes, Sidi Bel abbes, Algeria, Établissement public de santé de proximité, Sidi Bel abbes,
3
Algeria, Université de Moncton, Moncton, Canada
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Latebreaking Posters / Résumés portant sur des résultats de dernière heure
Saturday, October 18, 2014 / samedi, 18 octobre 2014, 15:15 – 16:45, Great Room A
Educational Gerontology / Gérontologie éducative
LB1
The clinical diagnosis of heart failure in primary care: Barriers to current practice
1
1
1
1 ,2
Stephanie Hinton , Vishaka Chetram , Atiya Hemraj , George Heckman
1
2
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
LB2
Older Adults’ Needs for Continued Education
1
1
2
Danielle Thériault , Suzanne Dupuis-Blanchard , Lise Mazerolle
1
2
Université de Moncton, Moncton, NB, Canada, Association des universités du 3e âge du N.-B., Moncton,
NB, Canada
LB3
Reactive behaviours in residents of personal care home: Perspectives of student nurses
Beverly O'Connell, Lorna Guse, Fiona Jensen, Angela Osterreicher, Loreley Greenslade
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MN, Canada
Health and Biological Sciences / Sciences de la santé et sciences biologiques
LB4
Depression, Sex and Gender Roles in an Older Brazilian Population
1
3
3
2
Afshin Vafaei , Aline, NF Freire , Ricardo Guerra , Maria V. Zunzunegui
1
2
Queen's University , Kingston, ON , Canada, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada,
3
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil
LB6
Changes in Physical Activity and Function with Transition to Retirement Living.
1
1
1
2
1
1
Kayla Regan , Brittany Intzandt , Karli Swatridge , Kaylen Pfisterer , Eric Roy , Anita Myers , Laura
1
Middleton
1
2
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging, Waterloo,
Ontario, Canada
LB7
Self-report Physical Activity Measurement Tools: A Review of Psychometric Properties and Feasibility for
Community Dwelling Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Anna Garnett, Jenny Ploeg, Maureen Markle-Reid, Pat Strachan
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
LB9
What is the role of comorbidity, frailty and functional status in the decision-making process for older
adults with cancer and their family members, cancer specialist, and family physician?
1
1
1
2
2
Kara McWatters , Laura Gapski , Katharine Lee , Shabbir Alibhai , Monika Krzyzanowska , Natasha
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
Leighl , Marg Fitch , Eitan Amir , Anthony Joshua , Padraig Warde , Ann Tourangeau , Martine Puts
1
2
Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, University
Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
LB10
Comfort Feeding Only: Challenges surrounding feeding for enjoyment at end-of-life
1 ,2
1 ,2
1 ,2
1 ,2
Jennifer Wong , Kristen Paulseth , Chris Watson , Evelyn Williams
1
2
Sunnybrook Veterans Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
LB11
Antecedents and consequences of uncertainty in older adults with chronic medical conditions: A Scoping
Review
Vida Ghodraty Jabloo
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
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LB12
Patients with Vertebral Fractures Throughout the Thoracolumbar Spine Have Worse Bone Mineral
Densities than Patients with Lower Thoracolumbar Vertebral Fractures Only
1
1 ,2
Jennifer Watt , Richard Crilly
1
2
Western University, London, Ontario, Canada, Division of Geriatric Medicine, St. Joseph's Health Care,
London, Ontario, Canada
LB13
A feasibility trial of Geriatric assessment and Management for older cancer patients
1
1
1
1
2
2
Martine Puts , Kara McWatters , Katharine Lee , Laura Gapski , Eitan Amir , Monika Krzyzanowska ,
2
2
2
3
3
Anthony Joshua , Raymond Jang , Natasha Leighl , Doreen Wan-Chow-Wah , Johanne Monette , Shabbir
2
Alibhai
1
2
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
3
Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
LB14
Emotional expressivity in early adulthood as a predictor of dementia in late adulthood.
Jill M. Morrison, Suzanne L. Tyas
School of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada
LB15
Trends in potentially inappropriate medications in older adults: a population-based study
Joseph Finkelstein, Xuan Li
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA
LB16
Anxiety symptoms in mild cognitive impairment predict conversion to Alzheimer’s disease
1 ,2
1 ,3
4
Linda Mah , Malcolm Binns , David Steffens
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2
Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry,
3
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto,
4
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut Health Center ,
Farmington, CT, USA
LB17
Traumatic Brain Injury in Nursing Home Settings: Sex differences
Angela Colantonio
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
LB18
A Pilot Study to Assess the Use of a Transitional Care Checklist to Improve Continuity of Care from
Hospital to Home for Older Adults
Elizabeth Lusk, Bert Chesworth
Western University, London, Canada
Psychology / Psychologie
LB20
Examining the effect of a standard mindfulness-based training program on psychological wellbeing: A
randomized control trial in non-demented older adults
Sasha Mallya, Alexandra Fiocco
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
LB21
Driving and aging in New Brunswick: Comparison of driving exposure and personal characteristics of rural
versus urban living older drivers
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2
2
Valerie McLaughlin , Alexander Crizzle , Anita Myers
1
2
Université de Moncton, Moncton, Canada, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada
LB22
Les préjugés liés à l’âge affectent notre représentation mentale des visages en fonction de l’âge.
YDM Dion Marcoux, CB Blais, DF Fiset, HF Forget
Université du Québec en Outaouais, Gatineau, Canada
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16 – 18 October / octobre 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Staff Mix And Leadership Styles In Long-Term Care Facilities
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1
1
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Judith Godin , Janice Keefe , Ann McInnis , Debra Boudreau , Arlene Morrison
1
2
3
Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS, Canada, Tideview Terrace, Digby, NS, Canada, Alderwood,
Baddeck, NS, Canada
LB24
A randomized controlled trial of interactive education in older adults with diabetes
McKenzie Bedra, Xuan Li, Joseph Finkelstein
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Social Policy and Practice / Politiques et pratiques sociales
LB25
Clinical Care Coordinator: A response to the heavy workloads of RNs in long-term care
1
2
Meagan Kennedy , Charlene Chu
1
2
Toronto Rehab, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,
Canada
LB26
Experiences of home care use by older LGBTTQ people in Ontario
1
2
2
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4
Shari Brotman , Andrea Daley , Judy MacDonnell , Jane Aronson , Loralee Gillis
1
2
3
McGill University, Montreal, Canada, York University, Toronto, Canada, McMaster University, Hamilton,
4
Canada, Rainbow Health Ontario, Toronto, Canada
LB27
Creating Dementia Friendly Communities: Designing a Way Forward
1
4
1
2
3
Catherine Ward-Griffin , Jenny Ploeg , Nisha Sutherland , Veronique Boscart , Sherry Dupuis , Marita
1
4
1
5
1
1
Kloseck , Carrie McAiney , JB Orange , Elaine Wiersma , Carol Wong , Kay Vallee
1
2
Western University, London, Canada, CIHR/Schlegel Industrial Research Chair in Enhanced Seniors Care,
3
4
Conestoga College ITAL, Kitchener, Canada, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, McMaster
5
University, Hamilton, Canada, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada
LB28
Demonstration of the clinical utility of the Functional Status Assessment of Seniors in the Emergency
Department (FSAS-ED) with independent seniors consulting Emergency Departments (ED) for minor
injuries
1
1 ,3
2 ,4
Nadia De Grandpré , Marie-Josée Sirois , Nathalie Veillette
1
2
3
Laval University, Quebec, Canada, Montreal University, Quebec, Canada, Centre de recherche du CHU de
4
Quebec, Quebec, Canada, Centre de recherche de l'Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montreal, Quebec,
Canada
LB29
The clinical utility of the Functional Status Assessment of Seniors in the Emergency Department (FSAS-ED):
a longitudinal case-control study.
1 ,2
3
Nathalie Veillette , Marie-Claude Beaudoin
1
2
Montreal University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Centre de recherche de l'Institut universitaire de
3
gériatrie de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Centre de santé et des services sociaux Pierre-deSaurel, Sorel, Quebec, Canada
Social Sciences / Sciences sociales
LB30
BC Trajectories in Care Project: Investigating Common Pathways Through Long-Term Care in Later Life
1
1
1
2
1
Margaret Penning , Denise Cloutier , Kim Nuernberger , Deanne Taylor , Taylor Hainstock , Stuart
1
3
2
1
MacDonald , Laura Funk , Ronald Kelly , Francis Lau
1
2
3
Univerisity of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada, Fraser Health Authority, Surrey, BC, Canada, University of
Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
LB31
“Seniors [can’t] be seniors”: Reframing seniority in rural life
1
1
2
Robyn Plunkett , Beverly Leipert , Joanne Olson
1
2
Western University, London, Canada, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
43rd Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, CAG / 43e Réunion scientifique et éducative annuelle de l’ACG
16 – 18 October / octobre 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Social Exclusion and Perceived Crime Victimization in Ageing Canadians
1
2
Xue Bai , Daniel W.L. LAI
1
2
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
LB33
"You can just walk in - he's always there": Institutionalisation in a new guise
1
2
Susan Banks , Linda Outcalt
1
2
University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada
LB34
Aging in community: adaptive strategies of elderly groups of population in Russia
Svetlana Maximova, Daria Omelchenko, Oksana Noyanzina, Natalia Goncharova, Galina Avdeeva
Altai State University, Barnaul, Russia
LB35
Lessons from hospice: Approaching dying and death in LTC homes in a new light
Shannon Thoms, Colleen Whyte
Brock University, St Catharines, Ontario, Canada
LB36
Assessing determinants of perceived quality in transitions for people with dementia and their caregivers:
a prospective observational study
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2
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5 ,3
5 ,3
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Neil Drummond , Lynn McCleary , Linda Garcia , Frank Molnar , William Dalziel , Tracey Xu , David
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Hogan , Diana Turner , Jean Triscott , Kathy McGilton
1
2
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Brock University, St Catharines, Ontario, Canada,
3
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University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
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Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
LB37
Pharmaceutical advertising for Alzheimer’s disease: An analysis of visual and linguistic imagery depicting
therapeutic efficacy
1 ,2
Andre Smith
1
2
Department of Sociology, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada, Centre on Aging, University of
Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada
Additional Exhibitors / Exposants additionnels
Canadian Nurses Association (CNA)
The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) is the national professional voice of Canada’s registered nurses (RNs). We
help drive the profession forward with evidence-based policy guides, continuing education courses, practical tools
and Canada’s only national nursing specialty certification program. Representing more than 150,000 RNs, CNA also
works to improve the health-care system through the power of nursing. Together, CNA and RNs are a leading
force for change, helping to expand access to community-based care, prevent and manage chronic disease and
advance high-quality, safe patient care. Our strength lies in the knowledge, skills and experience of RNs, Canada’s
largest group of health-care providers.
43rd Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, CAG / 43e Réunion scientifique et éducative annuelle de l’ACG
16 – 18 October / octobre 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Healthwick
Healthwick is a direct-to-home retailer of adult incontinence products, offering consumers and caregivers Canada’s
largest selection of briefs (aka “adult diapers”), underwear, pads and more with fast and discreet shipping nationwide. Shop online, toll free or by mail from national brands like TENA, Depend, and Poise, plus specialty brands and
sizes not available in stores. DOCTORS: Request a FREE Patient Materials Kit including product samples and
promotional materials at www.healthwick.ca/kit
Healthwick
Healthwick livre à domicile des produits pour adultes incontinents, mettant à la disposition des consommateurs et
des pourvoyeurs de soins la plus vaste collection de culottes (« couches pour adultes »), sous-vêtements,
serviettes et bien plus en les livrant rapidement et discrètement partout dans le pays. Magasinez en ligne, sans
frais, pour des marques nationales comme TENA, Depend et Poise, ainsi que pour des tailles et des produits
spéciaux qu’on ne trouve pas en magasin. MÉDECINS : demandez GRATUITEMENT sur le site
www.healthwick.ca/kit notre trousse d’information pour les patients comprenant des échantillons de produits et
de la documentation promotionnelle.
Loyalist College, Infinite Spaces
Infinite Spaces designs interactive, virtual learning experiences for the health care sector. Health care professionals
can interact on their computer as 3D characters (avatars) to learn and demonstrate a variety of skills without the
costs and risks of “practicing” on real patients. Infinite Spaces was established as a division of Loyalist College in
2006. Read about successful virtual health care training stories online, www.infinitespaces.ca
Contact Information: Mike Miller, [email protected]
Loyalist College, Infinite Spaces
Infinite Spaces conçoit des méthodes d’apprentissage interactives virtuelles pour le secteur des soins de santé. Les
professionnels de la santé peuvent interagir sur leur ordinateur sous forme de personnages en 3D (avatars) pour
enseigner et montrer diverses habiletés sans les coûts et les risques associés aux « essais » effectués sur des
patients réels. Infinite Spaces est une section du Loyalist College établie en 2006. Lisez des histoires de formation
par soins virtuels couronnées de succès en ligne sur le site www.infinitespaces.ca
Pour tous renseignements : Mike Miller, [email protected]
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Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (TRO)
Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (TRO) was created in 1999, with the goal of unifying and directing the Therapeutic
Recreation (TR) profession, by providing guidance and support for its members. In addition to networking
opportunities and educational events, TRO provides resources to help Therapeutic Recreation professionals
develop quality services and advocates to advance the profession in order to protect the rights of individuals
across diverse delivery settings throughout the province.
Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (TRO)
Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (TRO) a été créé en 1999 dans le but d’unifier et d’orienter la profession de
ludothérapeute en fournissant conseils et soutien à ses membres. En plus d’organiser des occasions de réseautage
et des événements éducatifs, TRO fournit des ressources pour aider les professionnels des loisirs thérapeutiques à
offrir des services de qualité et fait la promotion de la profession afin de protéger les droits des personnes dans les
divers contextes de soins de la province.
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Exhibitors / Exposants
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3 Floor Convention Centre Foyer / Great Room A / Great Room B
3e étage Convention Centre Foyer / Great Room A / Great Room B
43rd Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, CAG / 43e Réunion scientifique et éducative annuelle de l’ACG
16 – 18 October / octobre 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Booth
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3
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39
20
17-18
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16
21
8
2
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30
5
24
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36
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11
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41
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19
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Exhibitor / Exposant
Age-Friendly Communities Canada Hub / Centre de ressources des collectivités-amies des aînés
du Canada
Arcadia Home Care
Bruyère Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long Term Care / Centre
d’apprentissage, de recherche, et d’innovation pour les foyers de soins de longue durée Bruyère
CAG2015 / University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Work
Canadian Geriatrics Society
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association / Association canadienne de soins palliatifs
Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Institute of Aging /
Institut du vieillissement des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada
Canadian Journal on Aging / Cambridge University Press
Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging / Étude longitudinale canadienne sur le vieillissement
Canadian Nurses Association / Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada
CARF Canada
DementiAbility Enterprises Inc.
Employment and Social Development Canada / Emploi et développement social Canada
Healthwick
Justice Institute of British Columbia
Keebee
Lakehead University, Centre for Education and Research on Aging & Health
Lifetimes The Game
Loyalist College, Infinite Spaces
McMaster University, Aging, Community and Health Research Unit
McMaster University, Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging & Department of Health, Aging &
Society
MedReleaf
National Association for Professional Gerontologists
Ontario Gerontology Association
Ontario Long Term Care Association
Quebec Network for Research on Aging / Réseau québécois de recherche sur le vieillissement
Registered Nurses Association Ontario
Room 217 Foundation
Saint Elizabeth Health Care
Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging
Simon Fraser University, Department of Gerontology & Gerontology Research Centre
Student Connection, Canadian Association on Gerontology / Connexion Étudiante, Association
canadienne de gerontology
Therapeutic Recreation Ontario
TVN
University of Manitoba, Centre on Aging
University of Toronto, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
University of Victoria, Centre on Aging
University of Waterloo, Co-operative Education & Career Action
University of Waterloo, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences / Partnerships in Dementia Care
(PiDC) Alliance
University of Waterloo, Geriatric Health Systems Research Group
University of Waterloo, Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program
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