Knowledge Mobilization

PUBLICATIONS

  • Jacobsen, F. F. (2020). Innovation in persons: An analysis of two prominent academic narratives. International Practice Development Journal, 10(Suppl), 1 -10.   10.19043/ipdj.10Suppl.002
  • Hillier, S. Al-Shammaa, H. (2020) Indigenous Peoples Experiences with Aging: A Systematic Literature Review. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 9(4). DOI: https://doi.org/10.15353/cjds.v9i4
  • Hillier, S., Chaccour, E., Al-Shammaa, H. (2020) Indigenous Nationhood in the Age of COVID-19: Reflections on the Evolution of Sovereignty in Settler-Colonial States. Journal of Indigenous Social Development, 9(3).E-ISSN 2164-9170
  • Hillier, S., Chaccour, E., Al-Shammaa, H. Vorstermans, J. (2020) Commentary: Canada’s Response to COVID-19 for Indigenous Peoples: A way forward? Canadian Journal of Public Health, 111(6). DOI: 10.17269/s41997-020-00444-w
  • Sally Chivers “Old Friends: The Social Practices and Cultural Politics of Friendship in Late-Life Care.” Aging, Illness, and Care in Literary and Cultural Narratives Conference. University of Huddersfield, UK. Funded by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. September 2019. Based on our team research (Lecture)
  • Chivers, Sally. “‘Your own guilty story’: Rethinking Care Relations through David Chariandy’s Soucouyant.” Canadian Literature. 239 (2019): 108-124.  
  • Chivers, Sally. “Aging Together and Apart: From the Pivot to the Pirouette.” Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal. July 29, 2020.

PUBLIC TALKS

  • Susan Braedley, Christen Streeter, Elias Chaccour, (March 2021), Public Services Safety for LGBTQ2+ Older Adults and Workers Launch, Panel and Report Launch, Carleton University.
  • Sean Hillier, Elias Chaccour, Hamza Al-Shammaa, (November 2020), “Indigenous Perspectives on Aging & Wellbeing” York University Centre for Aging Research and Education (YU-CARE).
  • Lauren Brooks-Cleator, & Sean Hillier, (2020) “Resistance, Resilience, and Relationship: Indigenous Older Adults and Aging in the City”. Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Toronto, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley, (Feb 28,2020) Can We Talk? Learning from Digital Research Knowledge Sharing Social Work Research Day, Carleton University.
  • Susan Braedley, (May 30, 2019), “Translating “Culture”: Gendered Insights on Meaning in Late Life from Immigrant Seniors”, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Tamara Daly, Susan Braedley, & Sally Chivers, (May 30, 2019), “Taking up Gender, Culture and Meaning: Moving the Needle on Age-Friendly”, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging 2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley, Karine Cote- Boucher and Renate Yssseldyk (May 30, 2019), “Age-Friendliness for Parents and Grandparents? Bordering Old Age Immigration in Canada”, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley, (May 30, 2019). Who and What counts as Healthy? Moving from Age-Friendly to Age-Equitable at Science Day, Carleton University.
  • Tamara Daly & Susan Braedley, (June 25, 2019), Chairs, Thematic Panel Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Renate Ysseldyk, Susan Braedley, et al., (2018, July). Triple jeopardy: Caregiving challenges, cultural barriers, and precarious support among unpaid ethno-cultural caregivers in Ottawa. Paper and video presented at the 4th International Conference on Social Identity and Health, June, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Tamara Daly, (2020) Long-term care work is essential, but has not been properly valued. Poor working conditions put both staff and residents at risk. https://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/may-2020/long-term-care-work-is-essential-but-essentially-under-recognized/
  • Sally Chivers, (September 2019) “Old Friends: The Social Practices and Cultural Politics of Friendship in Late-Life Care.” Aging, Illness, and Care in Literary and Cultural Narratives Conference. University of Huddersfield, UK. Funded by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. Based on our team research (Lecture)
  • Sally Chivers, (2019), Panel Convenor, “Aging, Care, and Humor” Modern Language Association, Chicago: See more here
  • Sally Chivers, (April 2019), “With friends like these? Ableism, Austerity, and the Trouble with Active Aging.” Opening Keynote lecture, A Celebration of Ageing: Active Ageing, Vibrant Communities. Interdisciplinary Aging Conference, University of Windsor.
  • Madeline Lamanna, MSc (C), Renate Ysseldyk, Tamara Daly & Emily McIntyre, MA, (May 2019), “The Association Between Social Inclusion and Well-being, Mental Health, and Physical Health for Diverse Older Adults: Secondary Data Analysis of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)”, 2019 Annual Conference, Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatics, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Sally Chivers, (May 29, 2019), Co-Chair, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada. 
  • Stephen Katz, (May 29, 2019), “Making Up The Life Course: Age Crises, Troubled Identities and Risky Trajectories”, Plenary Session, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Jacqueline Choiniere, (May 29, 2019), “Marketing Long-Term Care: A Website Analysis of For-Profit Corporations in Sweden and Canada”, Session 4: Privatization in Long-Term Residential Care: Challenges and Strategies of Resistance, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Tamara Daly & Susan Braedley, (May 29, 2019), “Going ‘Public’ with Sex and Sexuality in Long-Term Care”, Session 15: Risk, Racialization, Gender and Sex: Embodying Qualities of Everyday Lives in Long-Term Care, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Stephen Katz, (May 30, 2019), “Longevity as a Cultural Field: Extending Life and Survivorship in Old Age”, Session 25: The Status of Ageism, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley, (May 30, 2019), “Translating “Culture”: Gendered Insights on Meaning in Late Life from Immigrant Seniors”, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Jackie Choiniere, Martha MacDonald & Albert Banerjee, (May 30, 2019), “A Critical Look at Healthy Active Aging, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Karine Côté-Boucher & Susan Braedley, (May 30, 2019), “Age-Friendliness for Parents and Grandparents? Bordering Old Age Immigration in Canada”, Session 31: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences, TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Albert Banerjee & Kilner, S.  (May 30, 2019). “Ageless self, transient person-hood: A yogic dialogue with active aging.” TrentAging2019, Trent University, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley & Albert Banerjee (May 30, 2019) “Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences,” Co-Panel. TrentAging 019, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada
  • Donna Baines, (June10, 2019), Convener, Panel Session: Decent/Good Care: International Approaches to Aged Care, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Donna Baines, (June 10, 2019), “Who’s Bearing the Cost?”: Relationship-Based Care, Austerity and Aged Care”, Panel Session: Decent/Good Care: International Approaches to Aged Care, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Sara Charlesworth, (June 10, 2019), ““Homecare work in the Antipodes: Time autonomy and enough time to care”, Panel Session: Decent/Good Care: International approaches to Aged Care, Global Care Summit, Toronto:  See more here 
  • Tamara Daly, (June 10, 2019), “Temporal Tensions in Care Work”, Panel Session: Decent/Good Care: International approaches to Aged Care, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Kate Laxer & Tamara Daly, (June 10, 2019), “The Formal Labour Force in Long-term Residential Care in Canada: Preliminary analysis of new survey data on gender, work organization and working conditions”, Paper Session: Experiences of Migrant Careworkers, Global Care Summit, Toronto: See more here
  • Martha Macdonald, (June 11, 2019), “Privatization of Long-term Residential Care in Canada: The Case of Three Provinces”, Session 9.1: Paper Session: Structures of Elder Care, Global Care Summit, TorontoSee more here 
  • Albert Banerjee & Jacqueline Choiniere, (June 11, 2019), 9.3. Panel Session:Negotiating Tensions in Long-term Residential Care: Reflections from an International, Interdisciplinary Study of Promising Practices, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Anna Przednowek, (June 11, 2019), “Are We Falling Short? Recontextualizing Familial Care Provision with Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities”, Paper Session 11.4: Falling Through the Cracks: Care Gaps, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Sara Charlesworth, (June 11, 2019), Convener, Panel Session 12.4: Coalitions in Carework, Global Care Summit, Toronto
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 24, 2019), “Changes in Nordic care work and their effects on work related problems for workers in long-term care”, Session A-20a: Transforming care work: Impact on working conditions and job quality, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Gudmund Ågotnes & Frode Jacobsen, (June 24, 2019), “Privatization in the Norwegian and Swedish nursing home sector”, Session D-Symposium 4: Privatization: The Case of Nursing Homes, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 25, 2019), “Targeting home care: new patterns of distribution and inequalities in Danish home care for older people”, Session A- 21a: Inequalities and care needs in old age, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tamara Daly & Susan Braedley, (June 25, 2019), Chairs, Thematic Panel Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Albert Banerjee, (June 25, 2019), “Changing stories of self, changing priorities: turning to yoga to re-imagine aging”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Albert Banerjee, Taylor, D., Stranz, A. and Wahl, A. (June 25, 2019). “Caring innovation: Listening to staff to improve care for older persons in nursing homes.” Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Susan Braedley & Karine Cote Boucher, (June 25, 2019), “Age-Friendly” for Whom? Bordering Older Immigrants”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tamara Daly, (June 25, 2019), “Traversing the Cityscape of Aging and Equity”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 25, 2019), “Outcomes in community-dwelling frail older adults”, Session D- Symposium 3: Implementing reablement in home care – what are we talking about?, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Mia Vabø, NOVA, (June 25, 2019), “The role of reablement in different institutional settings”, Session B-15: Changing Cultural Ideas and Care Policies across Welfare States and Policy Levels, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Sally Chivers, (November 2018), “With friends like these? Ableism, Austerity, and the Trouble with Active Aging,” Keynote lecture, Inaugural Research Institute on Interdisciplinary Humanities: Uneven Distribution of Humanity. National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan: Read more here:
  • Sally Chivers, (November 2018), “‘Your own guilty story’: ‘Forgetting Memory’ in David Chariandy’s Soucouyant,” Plenary lecture, Inaugural Research Institute on Interdisciplinary Humanities: Uneven Distribution of Humanity. National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan: Read more here
  • Sally Chivers, (2018), “Some Age-Friendly Advice? Ableism, Austerity, and New Stories of ‘Active Aging’” Obama Institute for American Studies, University of Mainz, Germany: Read more here