VR research a reality at Runnymede

Runnymede is a rehab hospital that is one of the first partner sites of VRx to pilot the technology to explore the potential benefits of using VR with various types of patient populations. Check out the Runnymede’s newsletter...

Open Rounds

                              Every Tuesday 12 – 1pm OpenLab Workshop (Rm. 13N1382) Toronto General Hospital (TGH) 200 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C4 https://goo.gl/maps/87lke Our weekly Open Rounds are, as the name suggests, open for everyone to attend. It is our weekly gathering to discuss progress across all of our projects and to entertain new ideas. In addition to the OpenLab staff, Open Rounds are often attended by people unaffiliated with OpenLab. Please join us if you have an interest in a particular project, are curious about OpenLab, want to put forward a new project idea, or just want to meet new people. Directions: Open Rounds are held at the OpenLab Workshop, Room 13N1382, on the 13th floor of TGH.  If you enter from University Ave., take the Munk elevators to the 13th floor.  Upon exiting, follow the hallway to your left and enter into the first waiting room on your left.  Walk through the doorway marked Tropical Medicine and turn right when you reach the clinical corridor.  You will find us at the end of that corridor on your left (Room 13N1382)    ...

HealthTO special presentation: VRx

Join OpenLab in the Special Edition of HealthTO during Health Innovation Week that will showcase Toronto startups, companies and organizations that are paving the way in healthcare through technology. At this event, a special presentation will be held by VRx. HealthTO will also showcase many of these innovators and the many more that are helping to grow the health technology ecosystem in Toronto. Tickets available here: https://www.meetup.com/HealthTO/events/238295616/   ...

Cracked: New Light On Dementia Performance

Cracked is an innovative research-based play that follows persons with dementia and their families on their unique journeys with dementia, from diagnosis to their new lives in long term care. The families struggle to see beyond the disease as they come to accept that each of us has cracks as part of being human. The show runs on April 18 at 2pm, April 19 at 7pm, and April 20 at 7pm at the Al Green Theatre. For more information go to:...