Some of these presentations were carried out as part of major seminars to which the Chair had registered and had proposed presentations that had been accepted. This was particularly the case at the 44th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association of Gerontology that was held in Calgary on October 23-25. Overall, six presentations were made by the Chair. Others were carried out in response to practice environments that wanted to hear the Chair on a specific topic, such as bullying (four invitations); intersectoral work and action-research projects, such as the Bridging project; mistreatment in general, self-neglect, etc.
To learn more about the various activities of the Chair’s knowledge transfer, click on the Chair’s activities tab and then the knowledge transfer activities tab or click on the next link.