Throughout December 2019 and January 2020, Marie Beaulieu participates in several radio and television programs to promote new research projects led by the Chair. The following links allow you to consult any of them free-of-charge.
On February 7, 2020, Marie Beaulieu and Lucie Caroline Bergeron, psychosocial intervenor with DIRA-Estrie, are guests on Radio-Canada’s legal affairs program hosted by Marie-France Martel. They address the parameters to take into account during an intervention intended to put a stop to a situation of financial or material mistreatment.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Vice-rector of Research and Postgraduate Studies is pleased to honour the research led by women in the different faculties of the University of Sherbrooke.
On April 10, 2019, Catherine Pellerin welcomed four guests, including Marie Beaulieu, to her program Médium large, broadcast by Radio-Canada Première. The topic was the financial mistreatment of seniors.
Marie Beaulieu was one of several researchers from the Research Center on Ageing (CDRV) invited to take part in a series of interviews on ageing with Henri Laban, host of Radio Ville Marie’s program Mieux vieillir. In total, 15 interviews took place with different CDRV researchers in order to learn more about their respective projects.
The IPRAS project (Integrated Police Response for Abused Seniors) that started in July 2013 has finally come to an end. During the press conference on April 21, the City of Montreal’s Mayor, Denis Coderre announced that the IPRAS model developed in this project will be gradually implemented in the City of Montreal Police Service (SPVM) in the next few weeks.