CHSPR Webinar | Improving Person- and Family-Centred Outcomes in Community-Based Care for Older Adults

Natasha Lane, University of BC

Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021
3-4 pm PST

This talk will explore the institutional and clinical drivers of health outcomes among older adults living in the community, including those in residential care settings. Attendees will learn about the determinants of functional decline, inappropriate prescribing, morbidity and mortality in older adults. Methodologic considerations for the examination of these outcomes using health administrative data will be reviewed.

Dr. Natasha Lane is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s combined MD/Ph.D. Program and a Resident Physician in Internal Medicine at UBC. Her research examines determinants of best-practice prescribing in community-dwelling older adults, and causes of morbidity and mortality in residents of assisted living and long-term care facilities.

This seminar will be conducted via Zoom. Please contact Joyce ( for the link.