News

  • Keys to Successful Aging: Attend Our Distinguished Lecture on Exercise and Nutrition

    The Centre on Aging and Health to host its 13th annual Distinguished Lecture on November 26, 2015 at 6pm.

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  • Nominations Open for CAH Innovation in Health Care Delivery Award

    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.

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  • Team Research: We've Revamped Our Research Clusters

    The Centre on Aging and Health (CAH) is pleased to announce that we have approved two new research clusters and updated another.

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  • Read the Latest CAH Newsletter!

    The latest issues of the CAH Newsletter is now available for download on our website.

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  • CAH Hosts 2014-2015 Distinguished Lecture

    The University of Regina Centre on Aging and Health hosted its 12th annual Distinguished Lecture on January 21, 2015. Dr. Neena Chappell, Canada Research Chair in Social Gerontology, University of Victoria discussed how social integration relates to empowerment, civil engagement, social justice, and social determinants of health.

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  • CAH Launches New Website

    The Centre on Aging and Health is pleased to launch its new website, which will keep the university community and general public aware of CAH activities and research.

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  • CAH Director Awarded Grant for Pain and Dementia Research

    CAH Director Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos was awarded a three-year operating grants from The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). This grant, worth more than $300,000, will be used to develop an automated pain detection and monitoring system. The system will help better understand pain in older adults with dementia.

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