Overview: Using the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA), a national long-term study that will follow approximately 50,000 individuals for 20 years. We have a CLSA working group including members in rheumatology, engineering and medicine to investigate osteoporosis, fractures and frailty in older adults. Trainees are embedded in studies and learn from world experts in health research methodology and clinician scientists.

Association Among Cognition, Frailty, Falls and Self-Reported Incident Fractures

High-Impact Research

To explore the association between cognition, frailty, and falls and self-reported incident fractures to determine if these factors show significant independent associations or interactions.