When? Thursday December 15, 2016 10:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Where? AHS Expansion Building Room 1689 (Lecture Hall)
This conference will bring together scholars from a variety of fields to discuss the impact that aging populations will have on asset values. As populations in Canada and other countries continue to age, debate has been mounting regarding the impact the changing population distribution may have on economic growth, asset values, inflation, funding of social programs, taxation, and the social contract. This workshop will lead to the development of better methods to quantify the impact of population aging on asset values.
Donna Lero is a Professor in the department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition at the University of Guelph and is the Jarislowsky Chair in Families and Work.
To register for the event, please RSVP via email with Ben Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Interdisciplinary Forum for Graduate Student Research
With a focus on aging research, SoAR is a one-day meeting for engaging with graduate student research beyond disciplinary and professional boundaries, and across areas of expertise.
NAR is pleased to invite you to attend the upcoming meet and greet!
You will have a chance to meet the recipients of the NAR seed grants of 2015. This is an opportunity for networking with the researchers and learning about their projects, as they will be providing updates.
Changing the culture of aging in Canada
Second Canadian conference on culture change:
Join together to learn with and from each other about culture change across aging care services.
Building on the success of Walk with Me 2014, the conference program will address aging across the life course, with a special focus on later life, and will highlight culture change initiatives from across the country.
This year, hosted once again by the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging, Dr. Deborah van den Hoonaard from St. Thomas University, will be giving her lecture on 'Learning to be Old'.
The Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative (CDPI) is pleased to present:
Multi-sectoral Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention: Implementing a Collaborative Policy Research Approach
Julie Greene, Manager, Centre for Chronic Disease, Public Health Agency of Canada
Cameron Willis, Scientist, Propel Centre for Population Health Impact