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A PhD candidate will use the TorSaDe cohort

Clara Bolster-Foucault, a PhD candidate in Epidemiology at McGill University in Montreal, will study inequalities in disruptions to aging in place, such as disparities in admissions to long-term care facilities (CHSLDs), using TorSaDe, which provides researchers with data from a care trajectory cohort representative of the Quebec population.

Clara Bolster-Foucault, a PhD candidate in Epidemiology at McGill University in Montreal, will study inequalities in disruptions to aging in place, such as disparities in admissions to long-term care facilities (CHSLDs), using TorSaDe, which provides researchers with data from a care trajectory cohort representative of the Quebec population. The TorSaDe community brings together people from diverse backgrounds and provides access to best practices in Sex and Gender-based Analysis (SGBA).

Clara is a member of the TorSaDÉt community, which supports the professional development of students.

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