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Starting oral feeding might not be effortless, but it can be made easier

Starting oral feeding might not be effortless, but it can be made easier

Jan. 14, 2019
As adults, we don’t put a lot of thought into how we eat. We open our mouths and in it goes. We forget that eating is a learned behaviour.



12 days of research

12 days of research

Dec. 21, 2018
The IPBR team puts their own spin on a Christmas classic.



2018 IPBR Showcase recap

2018 IPBR Showcase recap: bringing together great research, ideas, snacks and selfies

Nov. 26, 2018
What do you get when you put together a room full of hungry yet happy clinicians, a culture of innovation and enquiry, a Polaroid camera and some streamers? The 2018 IPBR Showcase!



Improving care of hip fracture patients by using peripheral nerve blocks

Improving care of hip fracture patients by using peripheral nerve blocks

Oct. 15, 2018
“She was doing so well until she fell,” or “he was in great health until he broke his hip.” These are common stories that you might hear about an elderly loved one. The sad truth is, as we get older our bones increase in frailty and are more likely to break.



Considerations for fully informed decision-making in end-stage renal disease

Considerations for fully informed decision-making in end-stage renal disease

Oct. 10, 2018
In this age of medical advancement and technological strides, people are living longer than they have previously. Even for conditions where cures are not yet possible, there may be life-sustaining treatment options.



Welcome

Welcome to the new Interprofessional Practice Based Research Program (IPBR) blog!

Oct. 1, 2018
In this age of medical advancement and technological strides, people are living longer than they have previously. Even for conditions where cures are not yet possible, there may be life-sustaining treatment options.