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Research Brief and Videos: McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging

Below are three resources from the McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging.


  1. Research Brief

You J, Chan Carusone S, Ganann R, MacNeil M, Whitmore C, Dafel A, Dhamanaskar R, Ling E, Dingman L, Falbo A.T, Kirk M, Luyckx J, Petrie P, Weldon D, Boothe K, Wilson M, Abelson J on behalf of the McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging. Research Brief: Public engagement in health policymaking for older adults: A systematic search and scoping review.


This is a new research brief on public engagement in health policymaking for older adults. Discover how the public has been engaged to inform health policies for older adults. In this research brief, developed with older adult partners, the McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging describes public engagement initiatives designed to help inform health policymaking for older adults and their impacts. 


Research-Brief_Public-Engagement-in-Health-Policymaking-for-Older-Adults
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2. Recorded webinar series focused on partnering in research

Watch past webinars from the McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging Conversations Series that brings together researchers and people with lived experiences to share their journeys and lessons learned in partnered research.  


 

3. YouTube video on centering the voice of people with lives experience 

The McMaster Collaborative for Health and Aging asks Dr. Ada Tang, associate professor and assistant dean at the School of Rehabilitation Science, to share her insights on centering the voice of the lived experience in stroke intervention and rehabilitation research.  

  

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