Provincial Advisory Committee

The Provincial Advisory Committee (PAC) is a 14-member team with representation from long-term care (LTC) homes, residents, family members, associations, and academia.

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First Ontario CLRI PAC meeting, May 2018

The Role of the PAC

  • Provide advice and guidance on CLRI initiatives
  • Provide feedback on CLRI tools, resources and communications
  • Share knowledge, resources and innovative practices
  • Identify priorities and challenges for long-term care homes
  • Identify opportunities for collaboration, networking and knowledge mobilization
  • Communicate to key decision-makers in their respective communities

Additional Input

The diverse needs of those living and working in LTC are also supported by an Ontario CLRI advisory committee that identifies and develops resources for diversity initiatives (language, gender, age, ability, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation) and Indigenous culture.

The input we receive guides the direction of leading practices in research, influences priority setting at more than a dozen regional and provincial sector committees and working groups, and helps the Ontario CLRI prioritize resources and training for future development.

Meeting Agenda


Meeting Minutes

PAC Members

About the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care

The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ministry of Long-Term Care, and hosted at Baycrest Academy for Research and Education, Bruyère Research Institute, and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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