A flowchart algorithm which recommends the approach and steps to take when performing the Geriatric Periodic Health exam. 1 page.

This meta-analysis provides a summary of the primary findings and conclusions on the effects of general health checks on morbidity and mortality. 2 Pages.

This research paper discusses the need to develop more efficient methods to detect frailty and measure its severity to inform routine clinical practice in the elderly and guiding choices in relation to invasive procedures and treatment toward more appropriate goal directed care. 11 pages.

This document provides a complete health check up list for clinicians to use with adults, based on recommendations from the Canadian Task Force on Preventative Health Care (CTFPHC) It includes evidence and non evidence based components. 5 pages.

Developed in the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN, this tool helps the clinician in primary care to prioritize referrals for individuals ≥ 75 yr. to CCAC for further assessment. 2 Pages.

The Eldercare Access Strategy in Emergency Rooms (easier+) project was funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care was an evidence-based strategy developed to alleviate pressures within Emergency Rooms (ER) at Quinte Health Care - Belleville General Hospital and Kingston General Hospital. It included an integrated, multi-component strategy providing effective client-centred care to the high risk, frail elderly accessing the ER in South East Ontario.

A Network of Centres of Excellence in Practice-based Interprofessional Education and Interorganizational Collaboration in Geriatric Care

The objectives of the Geriatrics, Interprofessional, Interorganizational Collaboration (GiiC) Project were to:

This form describes how to use the 5-Item Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) screening tool. 1 Page.

This 5-Item Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) screening / assessment tool is used for identifying depression in older adults. Applicable for a wide range of settings and can be used with older adults including those with mild to moderate cognitive impairment. 1 page.