University of ReginaCentre on Aging and Health (CAH)

Events

Part of our mandate is to ensure the public and university community are aware of important aging and health research.  One of the best ways to disseminate that information is through public lectures and events.  Each year, we sponsor, organize, and host a range of events such as our annual Distinguished Lecture as well as an annual Brain Awareness Week event. Check here for upcoming CAH events.

  • 2014 Regina Brain Awareness Week Film Screening

    Amour A film by Michael Haneke

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  • 2013-2014 Distinguished Lecture

    Balancing Benefits and Burdens: Mental Health Issues for Older Adults and Their Caregivers Speaker: Victor Molinari, PhD, University of South Florida

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  • 2013 Regina Brain Awareness Week Film Screening

    The Aging Brain (from The Secret Life of the Brain series)

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  • 2012-2013 Distinguished Lecture

    Technologies to Help Older Adults Live Healthier & Safer Lives Speaker: Alex Mihailidis, Ph.D. P.Eng., University of Toronto

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  • 2012 Regina Brain Awareness Week Film Screening

    The Diving-Bell and The Butterfly (a film by Julian Schnabel)

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