Patient participant using tablet with research coordinator

As a form of exercise for the mind, participants in the study are asked to perform cognitive tasks using a tablet. 

Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are the first in the world conducting a clinical trial to test a triple intervention aimed at treating Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and delaying the onset of dementia.

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Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are the first in the world conducting a clinical trial to test a triple intervention aimed at treating Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and delaying the onset of dementia. The Mobility, Exercise and Cognition (MEC) team will be incorporating physical exercises, cognitive training and vitamin D supplementation to determine the best treatment for improving mobility and cognition.

Three surgeons in an operating room

The day of the week elective surgery is performed in Ontario does not impact a patient’s risk of mortality, according to a new study from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) satellite site in London, ICES Western

The day of the week elective surgery is performed in Ontario does not impact a patient’s risk of mortality, according to a new study from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) satellite site in London, ICES Western.

Dr. Paul Thagard with text naming him as the London Health Research Day 2017 keynote speaker

Renowned Canadian philosopher, cognitive scientist and author Dr. Paul Thagard, PhD, will be giving the lunchtime keynote lecture as part of The Lucille & Norton Wolf Health Research Lecture Series at London Health Research Day (LHRD) 2017. His talk will focus on “Explaining Mental Illness.” 

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Talk to focus on “Explaining Mental Illness”

Renowned Canadian philosopher, cognitive scientist and author Dr. Paul Thagard, PhD, will be giving the lunchtime keynote lecture as part of The Lucille & Norton Wolf Health Research Lecture Series at London Health Research Day (LHRD) 2017. His talk will focus on “Explaining Mental Illness.”

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