Past Events

GERAS to Go is an aging well workshop that provides older adults with quality information on aging and age-related topics that are functional, immediately practical, and easy to understand.

The Geriatric Skills Day workshop is aimed to enrich a student’s exposure to the nuances of the healthcare of aging patients, through learning on the aging process and specialized care strategies in a multidisciplinary environment.

Geriatric Training Program

The Geriatric Training Program is a two-day educational workshop for professionals in the field of geriatric care. This workshop allows for participants to enhance clinical knowledge of the unique needs of older adults.

Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds are a formal meeting in which clinicans present the latest clinical issues in medicine. The Rounds offer a tremendous resource for increasing medical knowledge and improving patient care.

The Karl Kinanen Public Lecture is an annual event hosted by the Gilbrea Centre featuring a prominent expert in the field of aging and gerontological research.

SAGE Awards

The Service Awards for Geriatric Excellence (SAGE) is a unique program that celebrates the outstanding contributions of individuals and organizations committed to providing the highest quality of care to older adults.

Successful Aging Speaker Series

The Successful Aging Speakers’ Series is a free public education event hosted at St. Peter’s hospital.

The Division of Geriatric Medicine, McMaster University, and the Regional Geriatric program central host an annual education day to address recent initiatives in the field of geriatrics.