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.
Launch of the first cross-disciplinary joint laboratory "Robotics by design Lab".
On 30 January 2020, the 1st Scientific Day took place on the theme "Cancer and the Elderly".
The dialogue between the coordinating doctor and the attending doctor in the service of Good Use of Drugs
Connected solutions for ageing well
Overview of the DEMASCH study which seeks to lower the price of anticholinergic medication
A recreational setting to improve quality of life and deal with behavioural disorders
Evaluate the effect of physical exercise on the functional capacities of people with cognitive disorders.
A scale to evaluate the perceived level of quality of life among people with cognitive disorders
Measuring the effects of caregivers wearing or not wearing a uniform.