Editorial Appointments

Editor-in-Chief (2016-present), Ethics & Behavior 

Consulting Editor (2019-present), Practice Innovations

Member of the Editorial Board (2008-present), Journal of Aging and Health

Member of the Editorial Board (2007-present), Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne

Member of the Editorial board (2016-present), Canadian Journal of Pain

Consulting Editor (2006-2020), Assessment

Member of the Editorial Board (1999-2016), Ethics & Behavior

Associate Editor (2009-2015), BMC Geriatrics

Editor-in-Chief (2003-2006), Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne

Editor, Psychology Section, (2002-2005), Canadian Journal on Aging/ La Revue canadienne du vieillissement

Guest Editor (2011-2012) (Vol. 26[2]), Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Guest Editor (2007) (Vol. 12[3]), Pain Research and Management

Guest Editor (2000-2001) (Vol.6[3]), Pain Research and Management

Guest Co-Editor (1998) (Vol.8[3]), Ethics & Behavior

Reviewer for numerous other journals and granting agencies (e.g., Clinical Journal of PainPsychological Bulletin)


  • Family Caregivers of People Living with Dementia Needed for a Study of Caregiver Stress

    31 Jan 2022

    Are you caring for a family member living with dementia? Do you live in Canada or the US? We need your help for a study examining the effectiveness of mobile apps created for caregivers in improving stress and burden! In appreciation of your time, you will receive up to $75 CAD. For more information, please contact: Louise Castillo, louisecastillo@uregina.ca or (306) 337-2537. To volunteer, follow the link to confirm your eligibility: https://uregina.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_es8OaWqnMhPP54i.

  • Help Us Spread Information About Pain in Dementia (#SeePainMoreClearly)

    27 Sep 2019

    With the support of organizations such as the AGE-WELL NCE and stakeholders, we launched a large-scale social media campaign #SeePainMoreClearly on October 1, 2019, the International Day of Older Persons. Help our knowledge mobilization effort by viewing our 2-minute informational video on YouTube https://youtu.be/9ONjQ7_ZvZA which addresses the problem of pain under-management/underassessment in older adults with dementia, along with evidence-based solutions. We also encourage you to fill out our brief video evaluation questionnaire https://uregina.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24AV6gjEVjxpiTj. Resources can be accessed through www.seepainmoreclearly.org. Join our conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #SeePainMoreClearly! If you have other ways of helping with this initiative, please contact Louise Castillo (castilll@uregina.ca).