The Seniors Health Strategic Clinical Network brings together a diverse group of stakeholders – clinicians, researchers, patients, families, and decision makers – to reshape and improve health care services and practices that enable seniors to optimize their health, well-being and independence.
We are working on the most effective ways to meet the healthcare needs of Alberta’s seniors based on evidence and best practices within Alberta and around the world.
The first Advancing Dementia Diagnosis and Management in Alberta (ADDMA) public forum and collaboration workshop took place on Feb 25 and Feb 26, 2016, in Red Deer. Learn more.
The 2015/16 Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) research grant Letter of Intent (LOI) stage results have been announced.
To see who is involved check out our core membership list
Appropriate Use of Antipsychotics
Aging Brain Care
Led by the Scientific Director and Assistant Scientific Director, the Seniors Health SCN will identify opportunities for improvement and collaborate with other researchers in Alberta, Canada, and internationally, to undertake high-impact research projects.