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SCOPE set to launch

In Alberta and British Columbia

SCOPE is a randomized controlled trial studying the effect of a quality improvement intervention which empowers Care Aides to take the lead on improvement strategies within their nursing home. Currently we are ramping up activities for our SCOPE project launch. We just hired the Trial and Quality Coordinators and are still on the lookout for two Quality Advisors–one for Alberta and one for British Columbia. In Western Canada we will recruit more than 30 teams from Fraser Health, Interior Health, and the Edmonton and Calgary Zones. With the bigger geographical scope, we are planning to hold two congresses in each province. The first Learning Congress will be in January 2018. Click the button below if you'd like to learn more about SCOPE.
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Jim Mann is the new Co-Chair of VOICES

TREC's citizen engagement committee

We are happy to announce that Jim Mann has accepted the nomination for the Co-Chair position of TREC's VOICES Committee. The Voices of Individuals and Family and Friend Care Givers Educating Us (VOICES) advisory committee provides input relevant to and based on resident/family member/caregiver experience. This helps ensure that individuals most affected by research outcomes have a meaningful voice in the TREC research program. Jim is a board member of Alzheimer's Society of Canada with a vision to help educate people about Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

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Dr Janice Keefe receives CAG Distinguished Member Award

We are extremely proud to announce that TREC Investigator Dr. Janice Keefe is the 2017 recipient of the Canadian Association on Gerontology Distinguished Member Award. It is the Association's highest honour which recognizes a member who has contributed significantly to furthering the objectives and activities of the Association. Congratulations Janice!

We flew to San Francisco for the

21st IAGG World Congress

TREC researchers, students, and staff participated in the 21st World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics in San Francisco. The IAGG is the premier meeting for professionals in gerontology and geriatrics and attracts researchers and other professionals from over 70 countries. We presented findings from TREC with a number of podium and poster presentations and a symposium titled Unregulated Care Providers (Care Aides) in Nursing Homes - A Resource for Quality of Care. We also had a booth for researchers and students to learn more about TREC.
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Welcome to our

New staff members

Judith Palfreyman joins TREC as the SCOPE project's Trial Coordinator. She has a clinical background in elder care nursing. Judith has managed projects including re-designing a dysfunctional falls service, and improving the care pathway for people with Parkinson’s. She is currently studying for her project management qualifications, loves to be outside, running, walking or swimming! Having recently moved from the UK, she is super excited to learn to ski this winter.
Don McLeod is taking on the role as the SCOPE Quality Coordinator. He has over 25 years experience providing leadership in non-profit, public and faith based organizations. He has been involved with TREC in a number of ways over the past several years, first as a sector leader and a decision maker, then as a senior liaison for communication and engagement. Over the past five years Don has helped plan and facilitate a number of TREC partner meetings, AGMs and served as facilitator for the INFORM intervention study and SCOPE Manitoba.
Jing Wang joins the TREC data unit as a Data Analyst. She received her MBBS degree in China and practiced clinical medicine for 6 years. She also completed a Master's degree in Biostatistics at the University of Alberta. She's worked in the health care sector as a Senior Data Analyst at Alberta Health Services, and as a Methodologist at Alberta Health. In her free time, she likes to read, hike and travel with her family.

New TREC publications

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Facilitation roles and characteristics associated with research use by health care professionals: A scoping review


Cranley LA, Cummings GG, Profetto-McGrath J, Toth F, Estabrooks CA

BMJ Open

2017
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