This visionary support will enable the new Office of Ed-TECH to expand opportunities for online learning in dementia education and other community-based and professional training initiatives

A generous commitment of $1.5 million from the Amelia and Lino Saputo Foundation will support innovative teaching at the new Office of Ed-TECH (Education Technology and E-Learning Collaboration for Health) at the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS) under the umbrella of the Amelia Saputo Community Outreach for Dementia Care.

Classified as: Saputo, dementia, hs-communications, ed-tech, Carver, webster, Dementia Education Program, Alzheimer's disease
Published on: 2 Jun 2022


MONTREAL January 31, 2022 – A new initiative by McGill University’s Dementia Education Program is among the 15 projects that will receive funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada to raise awareness of dementia and promote dementia-inclusive communities, announced the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos today.

Classified as: hs-communications, dementia, Tamara Carver, David Eidelman, Caregivers
Published on: 31 Jan 2022

Montreal, October 20, 2021 - A person who receives a life-changing diagnosis of dementia has many questions. What changes can I expect to my daily routine? How long can I remain independent? How will this affect my relationship with my loved ones?

Classified as: dementia, caregiver, Care Partner, Alzheimer, Claire Webster, Serge Gauthier, Jose Morais, Grace Dart Foundation, hs-communications, Medical Simulation Centre
Published on: 20 Oct 2021

August 14, 2019 | The Max Bell School of Public Policy is thrilled to announce that Andrew Potter has joined the School to support its teaching, outreach, research, and policy engagement activities.

“Andrew is an incredible asset for the Max Bell School of Public Policy. His extensive experience in the Canadian media landscape, his considerable policy interests, and his academic background form a winning combination that will benefit our MPP students and the development of the school’s forthcoming publications,” said Chris Ragan, the Director of the Max Bell School.

Classified as: max bell school of public policy
Published on: 14 Aug 2019

Professor Franco Carnevale, Principal Investigator VOICE (Views On Interdisciplinary Childhood Ethics, and team were recently awarded a Knowledge Synthesis Grant of $24, 821 by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.

Classified as: SSHRC, Indigenous, grants, Pedagogy
Published on: 11 Apr 2017
Published on: 8 Nov 2011
Published on: 2 Mar 2007
Classified as: Athletics
Published on: 2 Mar 2007
Classified as: Athletics
Published on: 2 Mar 2007


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