Collaborations

The Centre on Aging receives requests to join interdisciplinary research teams as a collaborator. These arrangements tend to involve in-kind rather than monetary support. Centre personnel may attend research team meetings, review funding applications, and support research stages such as participant recruitment and knowledge translation. In some cases, the Centre may also develop knowledge syntheses to support research or practice. Here we include some key collaborations the Centre has been involved in.

Rethinking continuing care: An experiential ecosystem for redesigning facility-based continuing care
Team Lead: Dr. Jayna Holroyd-Leduc
Funding: Canada Foundation for Innovation (under review)


Aging in the right place partnership
Co-principal Investigators: Dr. Victoria Burns and Dr. Sarah Canham
Funding: CMHC-SSHRC Housing Partnership Grant (2020-25)
 

Development and implementation of a clinical care pathway for frail older adults in long-term care
Co-principal Investigators: Dr. Zahra Goodarzi and Dr. Jayna Holroyd-Leduc
Funding: CIHR, Strengthening Pandemic Preparedness in Long-Term Care: Implementation Science Teams


A tale of eight cities, age-friendliness, and the CLSA
Principal Investigator: Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Kristjansson
Funding: CIHR Catalyst Grant (2017-18)
General Report, Calgary Report, Conference Presentation

Campus

Did You Know...?

The University of Calgary is a Data Collection Site for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). Several faculty and students have used CLSA data for their research projects.