We are delighted to announce that three CREGÉS research projects have received funding from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture (FRQSC) and […]
An online training course, entitled Le deuil : un outil pour le cartographier, is now available to anyone interested in learning more about this bereavement tool, […]
Several CREGÉS members are taking part in a new innovative research project entitled : Explorer l’impact de la pratique de la présence attentive (mindfulness) sur la […]
New funding has recently been granted to two major projects led by members of the Center for Research and Expertise in Social Gerontology (CREGÉS). The two […]
Sabrina Lessard, CREGÉS institutional researcher, and Tamara Sussman, CREGÉS regular researcher, present a research synthesis on the subject of the experience of CHSLD residents during the COVID-19 […]
May 10, 2023 A new online training course about the financial mistreatment of older adults and vulnerable persons is now available to the 41,000 members of the Ordre des […]
March 23, 2023 The podcast produced by CREGÉS postdoctoral member Julien Simard is now available on the Web. There are two episodes available in French, English […]
November 11, 2022 Last week, I was honoured by the CIUSSS West-Central Montreal with an Award of Excellence for Outstanding Service, in the first-ever presentation […]
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Kim Sawchuk (PI), CREGÉS researcher, obtained a grant for a project that will create an interdisciplinary network to explore the intersections between age studies, communication/media studies and critical data studies.
Mélanie Couture (Principal Investigator) and Sandra Smele (Co-researcher) of CREGÉS received a grant for a “Living Lab/Laboratoire vivant” in the City of Cote Saint-Luc.
As part of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, CREGÉS is proud to share a bilingual Tip sheet for an inclusive approach towards LGBTQ+* older adults and a training course on the realities and needs of LGBT older adults.
Isabelle Van Pevenage (principal investigator) and several other members of CREGÉS have been awarded a grant for a project that will have a significant impact both on the scientific community and on older adults and their caregivers.
This book, written by Patrik Marier, CREGÉS Scientific Director, looks at how Canada’s ten provinces are preparing for an aging society.
As part of its domain of experise for Countering Mistreatment of Older Adults, the CREGÉS makes an important contribution to public policies and programs.
A serie of 10 free interactive workshops in French and English will be offered from April to June 2021 by CREGÉS experts.
We are proud to announce the launch of the CREGÉS LinkedIn page.
On the CREGÉS website, you can now find the various achievements related to a pan-Canadian research project involving two researchers and a student member of CREGÉS among the team.
Now Available: New report and addition of a CREGÉS Conference to better provide the Health and Social Services Network with tools to support caregivers.
3 of the 9 research grants from the Fonds de recherche du Québec's Actions concertées competition under the theme of social exclusion and older adults « Les personnes aînées confrontées à l'exclusion sociale » were awarded to research teams involving an impressive number of CREGÉS members!
This book co-edited by Annette Leibing, CREGÉS researcher, addresses the prevention of dementia and will be the subject of a CREGÉS Conference in January 2021.
The 2020-2021 CREGÉS Conferences programming is now available! The program includes 8 free webinars presenting the work of CREGÉS members.
In connection with the National Senior’s Day on October 1, the CREGÉS is proud to launch a joint publication, entitled Getting Wise About Getting Old: Debunking Myths About Aging.
Tool produced by the direction de la santé publique of the CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de l'Île-de-Montréal, in collaboration with a team of experts from the CREGÉS.
It is with pleasure and pride that we present the 2019–2020 report on the research activities of the Centre for Research and Expertise in Social Gerontology (CREGÉS).
A page dedicated to the contributions of our membres in this time of pandemic that particularly affects older adults and caregivers is now available on our website!
It is with great pleasure that we announce the hiring of Sandra Smele as Coordinator of the Inclusive Aging, Diversity, Health and Wellness (IDSB) Area of Expertise at CREGÉS.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) recently awarded Insight grants to several CREGÉS members.
CREGÉS is proud to welcome three new university researchers: Julie Beauchamp, Daniel Béland and Marie-Michelle Lord.
The Chaire de la famille Blanchard pour l’enseignement et la recherche en soins palliatifs de l’Université de Montréal offered a scholarship to a project involving Patrick Durivage.
On November 4, 2019, several CREGÉS members participated in a conference on Residential and Long-Term Care Centres (CHSLDs) organized by the Institut sur le vieillissement et la participation sociale des aînés (IVPSA).
Le 7 avril 2020, le CREGÉS était fier de participer à cette journée en présentant un atelier sur le site internet de Carers Canada - Proches aidants au Canada.
CREGÉS shines in France and Switzerland as part of two events.
The CREGÉS launches a post-conference edition ''Experiences, abilities, and potentialities: Improving our practices towards Deaf adults and those with disabilities''.
The Réseau québécois de recherche sur le vieillissement (RQRV) recently publicly announced the funded projects of 2019-2020.
On February 13, 2020, the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FRQSC) and the Secrétariat aux aînés of the MSSS announced the attribution of two grants to research teams which include CREGÉS members. CREGÉS stands out once again for its participation in half of the projects funded.
This book, co-authored by Shari Brotman, CREGÉS researcher, introduces the notion of "anti-oppression gerontology" (AOG), a critical approach to social work with older adults, their families, and communities.
The CREGÉS Conference programming is now available! It includes: 8 free conferences presenting the work of CREGÉS members.