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People worldwide are living longer than ever before. The proportion of the world's population over 60 years will nearly double by 2050 (reaching 22%). As such, the health and well-being of older adults is increasingly important. Read our products below for evidence and insights about how health and social system building blocks are used to provide care for older adults.

Creating Rapid-learning Health Systems in Canada

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Rapid synthesis (Appendix A: Research literature about rapid-learning health systems): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B1: National): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B2: British Columbia): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B3: Alberta): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B4: Saskatchewan): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B5: Manitoba): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B6: Ontario): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B7: Quebec): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B8: New Brunswick): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B9: Nova Scotia): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B10: Prince Edward Island): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B11: Newfoundland and Labrador): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B12: Yukon): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B13: Northwest Territories): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B14: Nunavut): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C1: Health system as a whole): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C2: Primary-care sector): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C3: Elderly population): View PDF

Enhancing Equitable Access to Assistive Technologies in Canada

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Going For Gold As We Age

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Strengthening Care for Frail Older Adults in Canada

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Sharing Online Health Information with Older Adults in Canada

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Organizing a Care System for Older Adults in Ontario

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