Welcome to our Centre!

The University of Regina Centre on Aging and Health supports:

  1. Research in aging and health
  2. Graduate education
  3. Community outreach

Aging and health research is beneficial for students, businesses that hire them, health regions, policy makers, and most importantly the people of Saskatchewan who we hope will live longer, healthier lives because of gerontological research. 

CAH News and Stories

  • Maximizing Brain Health and Independence in Old Age: CAH to host Distinguished Lecture on February 17, 2017 at 6pm.

    18 Jan 2017

    On Friday, February 17th (in RIC 119 at 6pm) we will host our 2016-2017 Distinguished Lecture. This year’s speaker is Dr. Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe, Professor of Psychology at Washington State University.

  • Read the Latest CAH Newsletter!

    12 Jan 2017

    The latest issue of the CAH Newsletter (Issue 24) is now available for download

  • Nominations Open for CAH Innovation in Health Care Delivery Award

    17 Aug 2016

    Nominate Regina-based individuals, groups, or organizations, offering health care to older adults, who have introduced an innovative approach to service provision or who have conducted field research to evaluate services or programs for older persons.