The overall goal of the Portal is to ensure you know about and have access to high-quality information that can help you remain healthy, active and engaged as long as possible, and to manage your health conditions. The Portal aims to be a trusted voice on healthy aging for the public.
The Portal has several types of content including informative Blog Posts, consumer-friendly Web Resource Ratings, and Evidence Summaries drawn from high quality research articles.
Our content for health professionals is drawn from three best-in-class resources for clinical, public health and policymaking questions. The Portal search interface helps you find the best available research evidence about healthy aging.
Learn more about our content for professionals
The Expert Advisory Council provides strategic advice and works with the team that oversees the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal.
The Portal is part of the Optimal Aging Knowledge Translation Enterprise at McMaster University, funded by the Labarge Optimal Aging Initiative.
Learn more about the Labarge Initiative
We're grateful for the generous support and collaborations with a number of individuals and organizations.
We thank the Quebec Network for Research on Aging, a thematic network funded by the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé, for Portal French translation. We also thank the CHUM, where the RQRV network director Dr. Pierrette Gaudreau is based.
Support for the Portal is largely provided by the Labarge Optimal Aging Initiative. AGE-WELL is a contributing partner. Help us to continue to provide direct and easy access to evidence-based information on health and social conditions to help you stay healthy, active and engaged as you grow older. Donate Today.