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Who is Looking After Mom and Dad? Unregulated Workers in Canadian Long-Term Care Homes

New KUSP publication in the Canadian Journal on Aging

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  1. Alberta Prime Time Logo

    Dr Estabrooks Interviewed on CTV's Alberta Prime Time

    April 09 2015

    Dr Estabrooks was interviewed on CTV's Alberta Prime Time about her research at end of life care.

  2. New KUSP Publication: Who is Looking After Mom and Dad?

    January 08 2015

    Who is Looking After Mom and Dad? Unregulated Workers in Canadian Long-Term Care Homes. New KUSP publication in the Canadian Journal on Aging

  3. KT Canada Newsletter - January 2015

    January 08 2015

    Knowledge Translation Canada Newsletter for January 2015

  4. KT Canada Newsletter - December 2014

    December 17 2014

    Knowledge Translation Canada Newsletter for December 2014

  5. Stephanie Chamberlain

    Congratulations to Stephanie Chamberlain

    December 16 2014

    Congratulations to TREC trainee Stephanie Chamberlain who has been awarded the Thelma R Scambler Scholarship at the University of Alberta.

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You can also visit our Translating Research in Elder Care (TREC) program website at http://www.trec.ualberta.ca.

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