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Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging, McMaster University
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Type of institution
The Centre serves as a critical hub of research, teaching and outreach. Our mission is to improve all aspects of the lives of older adults in the community and in long-term care by linking research, education, policy and practice with local, national and global initiatives.
Our vision includes addressing the needs of an aging population through research and knowledge transfer; through developing and disseminating best practices in the clinical setting; and promoting excellence in teaching. Predicated on a multidisciplinary approach extending beyond the campus to community organizations, caregiver groups, and the public and private sectors, the Centre aims to achieve a powerful and demonstrable impact on dealing effectively, decisively and compassionately with issues of aging.
Main research areas
The research themes are cross-cutting, interdisciplinary and analytical:
Aging and Social InclusionAging and IndependenceAging and Mental Health
Dr. Amanda Grenier (Director)
Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging
Kenneth Taylor Hall, Room 204
1280 Main Street West
905-525-9140, Ext. 2