The Korian Foundation for Ageing Well supports and implements clinical research programmes, in collaboration with renowned university and scientific teams.
These research projects bring together medical, paramedical and care professionals, as well as residents and patients in Korian facilities (nursing homes and clinics), within an approach based on action and training, in order to:
- Develop and evaluate new therapeutic approaches,
- Advance the knowledge of medical teams and caregivers,
- Support professionals in their work,
- Improve the quality of daily life and care for seniors.
All the results from the Foundation's work are made widely available to the public.
The Foundation publishes its results in different formats:
- Research reports,
- Scientific communications (articles - posters),
- Scientific summaries,
- Guidebooks and publications for professional and non-professional caregivers.
The Catholic University of Lyon (Ucly), partner of the Korian Foundation, publishes the collective work Artificial Intelligence(s) and Vulnerability(ies): kaleidoscope - The foo...
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Discover the new members who joined the Scientific Council of the Korian Foundation.
Measuring the effects of the wearing and non-wearing of white coat among carers
The Korian Foundation launches the Covid-19 Special Literature Review, conducted in conjunction with the Korian Group's Health France Medical Department and Dr Fariba Kabirian....
Analysis of the current practice of hypnosis in Korian le Grand Parc in Guyancourt.
Strate, design school and partner of the Korian Foundation organised the first Summer Camp of Robotics by Design Lab on June 11th.
The Korian Foundation has chosen to disrupt its European literature review schedule to take into account the COVID-19 health crisis
Literature Review on Animal Assisted Interventions (AIAI)