Are you a health care provider or researcher interested in learning more about the well-being of older adults? Are you an older adult interested in the future of your care, or a caregiver who’s unsure of what to expect?
Join the BC Academic Health Sciences Network Nov 7-8 in Prince George for a two day Caring for Older Adults: Health, Wellness & Person-Centred Care symposium. Attendees will be exploring these questions along with other topics, including frailty, dementia, risk reduction and the future of effective health care in both a northern British Columbia and national context.
This gathering aims to shine a bright light on how we care for our elders. During this event, attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate with decision makers, clinicians, caregivers, patient partners and researchers to make informed decisions about elder care.
How to participate
This event is free, but you must register for the symposium to participate. Click here to register now.
If you would like to attend virtually, email the BC Academic Health Sciences Network for details about accessing a livestream for the symposium.
This symposium is supported by the BC Academic Health Sciences Network and its partners: Northern Health, the First Nations Health Authority, UNBC, the Canadian Frailty Network, the Rural Coordination Centre of BC and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.