Translating HIV, Aging and Rehabilitation Interventions into Practice: Advancing Research, Practice and Policy for Healthy Aging
Friday June 15 & Saturday June 16, 2018 | Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
Realize Auditors’ Report and Financial Statements for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 as of March 31, 2017
CWGHR Annual Report 2015-16; Author, CWGHR
Friday June 15, 2018
Cocktail Reception: 20th Anniversary and Award for Excellence Presentation
Please register for the reception separately (see below)
Saturday June 16, 2018
Knowledge Transfer and Exchange of Research on Interventions for Successful Aging in HIV and Rehabilitation Research, Practice and Delivery – Focusing on Three Key Priority Areas that Emerged from the International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research
- To facilitate knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) on HIV and rehabilitation research, clinical practice and service delivery, among people living with HIV, researchers, clinicians on HIV, representatives of community organizations, and policy makers internationally;
- To establish new research and clinical partnerships in HIV and aging internationally;
- To foster mentorship and training in HIV and aging research
8:00 - 8:45 a.m.
Breakfast and Registration
8:45 - 9:00 a.m.
Welcome and Introductions
Overview of Agenda
9:00 - 9:20 a.m.
Overview of Realize and the HIV and Aging Initiative
Introduction to the Canada-UK (now International) HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC) – Why the collaborations with Ireland, US and UK?
Overview of the Framework of Research Priorities in HIV, Disability and Rehabilitation http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/14/724
- Background on the Research Priorities Specific to HIV and Aging and Rehabilitation established at an International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research (May 2016).
Overview of priorities specific to HIV, aging and rehabilitation
- Multimorbidity, Episodic Health and Disability (multimorbidity, inflammation, frailty, community participation)
- Rehabilitation to Enhance Successful Aging with HIV (rehabilitation interventions, living strategies, self-management)
- Advancing Outcome Measurement in HIV (screening tools for frailty, patient-reported outcome measures)
- Methodological Considerations and KTE
- How did we get here? Why the focus on Intervention-Based Research in Aging
9:30 - 10:15 a.m.
Healthy Aging with HIV in the Context of Rehabilitation – Measuring Health and Effectiveness of Interventions - How far have we come and where are we going in the future? (TBC)
Speaker: Richard Harding, Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, United Kingdom
10:15 - 10:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Research Evidence Panel Session 1
Implementing HIV and rehabilitation Research into Practice – Multimorbidity, Frailty, and Community Engagement & Social Participation
This session will include a series of presentations followed by interactive discussion focused on emerging research evidence related to HIV, aging and multimorbidity in the context of disability and rehabilitation. Speakers will include community members researchers, clinicians from Canada, the United States, and Ireland.
Confirmed Speakers: Colm Bergin (St. James’s Hospital, GUIDE Clinic, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland), Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco (St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto), Patty Solomon (McMaster University, Hamilton), Charles Emlet (University of Tacoma, Washington, USA), Julian Falutz (McGill University Hopsital Centre, Montreal)
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
12:30 - 1:45 p.m.
Research Evidence Panel Session 2A
Implementing HIV, Aging and Rehabilitation Intervention Research into Practice –Successful Aging Interventions and Models of Rehabilitation Delivery
This session will include a series of presentations followed by interactive discussion focused on research evidence related to rehabilitation interventions and living well strategies for older adults living with HIV. Speakers will profile evidence on models of rehabilitation and the impact of interventions for healthy aging with HIV.
Confirmed Speakers: Soo Chan Carusone (Casey House, Toronto), Kyle Vader (Kingston Health Sciences Centre-Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston), Claire Kendall (Bruyere Institute, Ottawa), Cuisle Forde (Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
1:45 - 2:45 p.m.
Research Evidence Panel Session 2B
Implementing HIV, Aging and Rehabilitation Intervention Research into Practice –
Exercise and Wellness Interventions
Confirmed Speakers: Darren Brown (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, UK), David Kietrys (Rutgers University, USA), Mary Lou Galantino (Stockton University, USA), Adria Quigley (Dalhousie University), Kelly O’Brien (University of Toronto)
2:45 - 3:00 p.m.
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Panel Session – Bridging the Evidence with Real World in Research and Practice: Community and Clinical Perspectives across the Continuum of Care Aging with HIV
This session will include a presentation of a case study and a series of panelists including people living with HIV, researchers, and clinicians from the community who will comment on the research evidence, identify key priorities in the field, and discuss opportunities to enhance service delivery for adults aging with HIV.
Opening Remarks: Greg Robinson (Community Member, Toronto)
Moderators: Larry Baxter (Community Member, Halifax) and Patty Solomon (McMaster University)
Confirmed Panelists: Dawn James (Nine Circles Community Health Centre, Winnipeg), Caitlin Wharin (Casey House, Toronto) , Esther McDonnell (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK), Gord Arbess (St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto)
4:30 - 4:50 p.m.
Bringing it all Together –Review of Research Priorities in HIV and Aging
In this session we will discuss ways to identify and address new and emerging issues in HIV, aging and rehabilitation, highlighting new opportunities for collaboration in research and practice. In this session we will also discuss strategies to enhance Knowledge Transfer and Exchange on HIV and rehabilitation research.
4:50 - 5:00 p.m.
Wrap-up and Evaluation / Closing Remarks
Translation and Interpretation
French, English and sign interpretation will be made available on an as-needed basis. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
Registration is closed.
To enquire if space is still available, please contact Janet London at JLondon@hivandrehab.ca