On October 26, 2019, Dr. Marie Beaulieu was awarded the “Contribution to Gerontology Prize” at the 48th Annual Educational and Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG).
This prize recognizes an individual who has made an exceptional contribution to the field of aging.
For the past 32 years, 27 as a university professor, Dr. Beaulieu’s work has been dedicated to countering mistreatment, intimidation, and ageism, to promoting the security and good treatment of older persons, and to ethics, aging, and end-of-life issues.
She has produced 381 publications, including three books (3), 66 chapters in other books, 21 training manuals, 120 scientific articles, 116 research synthesis reports, five (5) editorials, 43 knowledge transfer publications, four (4) summaries and three (3) prefaces. She has been invited to speak at more than 400 scientific conferences and is the creator of almost 400 scientific speaking.
As a research professor, she has supervised 55 postgraduate students, 44 in master’s programs, and 11 in doctoral programs.
From all the members of the Research Chair, congratulations to Dr. Beaulieu for her exceptional career!