Bruyère CLRI has partnered with a team of researchers whose aim is to develop and share deprescribing approaches with health care providers and the public. A range of new tools that long-term care providers, residents, and families can use are now available on the website deprescribing.org In certain cases, especially as people get older or …
The Bruyère Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care delivered a province-wide webinar on “Potentially inappropriate prescribing immediately prior to long-term care admission (PIP in LTC): Validation of tools for their future use across Ontario” on March 24, 2016.
An open-access publication written by Bruyère Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in LTC Principal Investigator Lise Bjerre, MD, PhD, and team. This study describes the occurrence of PIPs in Ontario’s older population and assesses the health outcomes and health system costs associated with PIPs.
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