Biography | Biographie
Danielle Kent is the Research Coordinator at Loch Lomond Villa. She manages research activities at Loch Lomond Villa and collaborates with researchers from other institutes. She is a candidate for the Master of Applied Health Services Research program at the University of New Brunswick, and has a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University. Danielle’s career has focused on conducting high-quality health research and community-based projects.
Booth Summary | Sommaire de kiosque
We have three projects that we will present:
- Introduction of a non-clinical support role for care staff in nursing homes: “We need them!”
- NB HEARS
- Radiography on Wheels
Loch Lomond Villa is committed to enhancing the health and wellness of older adults across the globe. The Loch Lomond Villa Research Program conducts high quality research that seeks to improve health outcomes and quality of life for older adults living in long term care and those living independently. Although Loch Lomond Villa has always been passionate about taking an active role in research and providing care that is evidence based, our Research Program was officially incepted in September 2018. Since its inception, Loch Lomond Villa Research has become a community catalyst for health research and innovations that serve to benefit older adults in Saint John, and beyond. The research department currently has six ongoing research projects.