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Deprescribing: Essential in Long-Term Care

…medication plan. Incorporating deprescribing in regular medication reviews and considering care goals can foster resident-centred care. To help guide deprescribing decisions, the Bruyère Deprescribing Guidelines Research Team developed five evidence-based…


…Research (CIHR). Links Website Visit to learn more about deprescribing tools and resources. Webinar – Shared Decision Making This webinar highlights common elements of the deprescribing process and demonstrate…


Polypharmacy and Deprescribing

This module will help improve your understanding of polypharmacy and provide you with an approach for deprescribing. You will learn how polypharmacy develops over time, as well as how to…


The Ontario Deprescribing in LTC Report

This report outlines our results from an environmental scan, as well as the proposal for a framework to support behaviour changes that will facilitate deprescribing activities….


What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

…their medication use is a necessary step to delivering quality care — this is where deprescribing comes in. What is deprescribing? Deprescribing is the planned and supervised reduction or cessation…


Making Positive Impressions Through our Methods of Care

…oral care partnership. Another initiative covered was deprescribing, an effort to safely reduce and/or optimize medication use to meet life’s changes. Visit for more details. Many other projects running…


Ontario CLRI speaks at CRFCN Fall Conference

…learning opportunities New and ongoing research and innovation projects, such as: Developing practical tools and research on deprescribing to help the LTC sector lower risks related to the ongoing use…


Ontario CLRI: Stakeholder Engagement (Sector Feedback)

…Resident mental health Addressing end of life issues Engaging, supporting and communicating with residents and their families and promoting quality of life Medication use and deprescribing.   Supporting Sector Interaction:…

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