Aging, Community and Health Research Group (ACHRU)

McMaster University

Funded by
CIHR

Study 13

ACHRU Community Partnership Program for Diabetes Self-Management for Older Adults – Canada

This program of research builds on our previous work to refine the Aging, Community and Health Research Unit (ACHRU) Community Partnership Program (ACHRU CPP) for a multi-site randomized controlled trial, to further evaluate its feasibility, acceptability, and outcomes. This new and innovative community-based model for diabetes care, aims to improve diabetes self-management and the quality of care for older adults with diabetes and multiple chronic conditions (MCC). It is being tested in three provinces over four years with future adaptations for implementation across Canada.

Funders: Canadian Institutes of Health Research Pan-Canadian SPOR Network in Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI), Diabetes Action CanadaMcMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA), Scarborough Health Network

Collaborator: Catharine Whiteside, Executive Director, Diabetes Action Canada

Study Partners

OntarioSt. Michael's Hospital, Greater Toronto YMCAScarborough Health Network, Carefirst

Quebec:

Prince Edward Island: 

Knowledge User Partners

Patrick Dicerni, Principal Knowledge User

Bill Johnson, Principal Knowledge User Patient

Phil Graham, Knowledge User

Related ACHRU News Story: Innovative Community-Based Model for Diabetes Care Moves Forward

  • Jenny Ploeg
    Professor
    McMaster University School of Nursing
    Department of Health, Aging and Society
  • Maureen Markle-Reid
    Canada Research Chair in Person-Centred Interventions for Older Adults with Multimorbidity and their Caregivers
    Professor, McMaster University School of Nursing
    Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (HEI)
  • Ruta Valaitis
    Dorothy C. Hall Chair in Primary Health Care Nursing
    Professor, McMaster University School of Nursing
    Associate Member, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University,
  • Andrea Gruneir
  • France Légaré
  • William J. Montelpare
  • Kathryn Fisher
  • Rebecca Ganann
  • Lynn Mansell
  • Patricia Reid
  • Frank Tang
  • Ross Upshur
  • Johanne Blais
  • Ali Ben Charif
  • Dean Eurich
  • Amiram Gafni
  • Gary F. Lewis
  • Lori MacCallum
  • Jean-Sébastien Paquette
  • Janet Pritchard
  • Angela Riveroll
  • Cheryl A. Sadowski
  • Diana Sherifali
  • Lehana Thabane
  • Tyler Williamson
  • Tracey Chambers

Publications and Activities relating to this study:

We’re Delighted to be a Diabetes Action Canada Goal-Directed Group

Learn more about the launch of our new goal-directed program in the latest issue of the Diabetes Action Canada newsletter.

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