Videos, Aging Population

Screen shot 2014-06-16 at 6.19.57 PM Audio Podcast: End of life care options limited, with Lindsay Jolivet (4.8 min)

Palliative care doctors who see dying differently. Most seniors say they want to die at home. However, about half of seniors are dying in hospitals, according to research by Verena Menec, the Director of the University of Manitoba’s Centre on Aging.

Doupe & Lieberman_Nursing Home Comparing the quality of nursing home care in Manitoba and the U.S., with Dr. Malcolm Doupe & Trudy Lieberman (38.6 min)
By Malcolm Doupe and Trudy Lieberman

Larry Kusch of the Winnipeg Free Press asks Dr. Malcolm Doupe of the University of Manitoba, and US journalist Trudy Lieberman about the quality of nursing home care in Canada and the United States.

Screen shot 2014-06-16 at 12.57.48 PM Too many seniors are dying in hospitals: How we can improve end of life care, with Dr. Verena Menec (4.5 min)
By Verena Menec

Dr. Verena Menec of the University of Manitoba discusses why so many elderly Canadians are dying in hospitals and in acute care settings.


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