Your invited to complete this survey on stakeholder and members of the general public opinions of a draft version of the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Adults and Older Adults. Soliciting this feedback is part of an effort to assess your level of agreement with the content and wording of the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Adults and Older Adults. Your feedback is valuable and will inform potential revisions to the 24-Hour Guidelines for Adults and Older Adults, as well as strategies for Guideline promotion. Start the survey here.
The Research & Innovation in Aging Forum (RIAF) is hosted by the Centre in Studies in Aging & Health and brings together researchers, clinicians and others to discuss topics related to research about and with older adults.
The forum is a platform for sharing research ideas, research in progress and completed projects with the goal to augment communication networks, have opportunities for discussion and feedback and to celebrate each other’s’ work.
September 15, 2011 • November 23, 2011 • February 16, 2012 • Kingston, ON
Through a series of consultations, the Centre for Studies in Aging & Health at Providence Care identified a desire to create networking opportunities in aging research and practice at Providence Care and Queen’s University. Beginning in September 2011, CSAH organized a series of Aging, Research & Innovation Forums, inviting researchers, physicians, geriatric specialists and health care planners.