BrainsWay's Brain Stimulation Device Receives FDA Approval to Treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder | IEEE Spectrum
Community ASAP recruits from public to help adults living with dementia | Canadian Healthcare Technology Sept 2018, Vol 23 No 6
Toronto's Baycrest Health researches the aging brain | Toronto.com
Toronto.com reports on a group of Baycrest research projects, including CABHI-funded projects eye tracker, Brainsway, VR dementia simulation, Motiview, and PLEASE.
AceAge - Centric Health Reports Q2'18 Financial Results, Announces New Strategic Direction
Centric Health, AceAge’s pharmacy fulfillment provider, includes CABHI I2P2 involvement in their Q2 highlights.
SOS App for Healthcare - How playful design is transforming university education | The Conversation
University course designers are harnessing the addictive quality of video games to develop 'Serious educational games' that engage and motivate students.
Muse - The next hot trend in fitness? Recovery | Globe & Mail
There’s plenty you can do either at home or with the help of trained professionals to maximize your recovery, ensuring those hours in the gym aren’t all for naught
Community ASAP - Creating community-powered app for lost seniors | University of Alberta Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
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uCarenet - Are Canadians (Notably Millennials) Ready To Care For Growing Senior Population?
TORONTO, July 24, 2018- Are Canadians (Notably Millennials) Ready To Care For Growing Senior Population?.
CONNECT PoET and RELIEF apps at William Osler Health System | Brampton Guardian
William Osler Health System had its “share of challenges” last year, said Vanita Varma, chair of the system’s board of directors at the hospital’s annual general meeting, held in June.
Careteam lands spot on Branham Group's list of top 25 up-and-coming Canadian companies | BetaKit
The Branham Group, an Ottawa-based industry analyst and strategic advisory firm, has released its list of Canada's top 25 up-and-coming companies.