CAG Webinar Series

The Canadian Association on Gerontology Webinar Series showcases
the innovative work of our members and award recipients.

2019/2020 Webinar Schedule

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Archived Webinars

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Taking Advantage of a Crisis: Long Term Care

Dr. Dorothy Pringle, University of Toronto
May 21, 2020
Recipient of the CAG Distinguished Member award


The structural burden of system navigation on families of older adults
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Laura Funk, University of Manitoba
April 16, 2020
Recipient of the CAG Recognition Award for Excellence in Research on Unpaid Caregiving: In Honour of Neena Chappell


From contact to meaningful connection: Challenges and strategies in research to address loneliness among people with dementia
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Hannah O’Rourke, University of Alberta
March 26, 2020
Recipient of the CAG New Investigator Award


Mistreatment of older adults: From research to practice guides
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Marie Beaulieu, University of Sherbrooke
February 13, 2020
Recipient of the CAG Award for Contribution to Gerontology


Continuing Care: Listening to the Voices of Older Adults
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Sandra Hirst, University of Calgary
January 23, 2020
Recipient of the 2019 CAG Contributions to Gerontology Award

Is Home Best for All? Assessing Intended and Unintended Consequences of Aging in Place Policies
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Matthias Hoben, University of Alberta
December 5, 2019
Recipient of the 2019 CAG Recognition Award for Excellence in Longitudinal Research: In Honour of Betty Havens


From Animal Models to Older Adult Cohorts : Clues to Understand the Processes of Healthy Aging
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Pierrette Gaudreau, University of Montreal
April 30, 2019
Recipient of the 2018 CAG Award for Contributions to Gerontology


Lessons Learned in Research Mentorship in Aging: Perspectives of a Mentor and Trainee
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Drs. Jenny Ploeg & Esther Coker, McMaster University
April 25, 2019
Recipient (Dr. Jenny Ploeg) of the 2018 CAG Recognition Award for Excellence in Student Mentoring: In Honour of Evelyn Shapiro

A Longitudinal Approach to Longitudinal Research
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Dr. Theodore D. Cosco, Simon Fraser University & Oxford University
January 16, 2018
Recipient of the 2017 CAG Recognition Award for Excellence in Longitudinal Research: In Honour of Betty Havens