Janice Keefe discusses aging with dignity

Janice Keefe, PhD is a Full Professor in the Department of Family Studies and Gerontology at Mount Saint Vincent University and holds appointments at two other Universities(Dal and UNB). She is Director of the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging and the Lena Isabel Jodrey Chair in Gerontology. From 2002-12 she was the Canada Research Chair in Aging and Caregiving Policy. Dr. Keefe’s research expertise is in the area caregiving policy and practice, continuing care policy, rural aging and projecting baby boomer needs as they age. Dr. Keefe has received many awards for her research – most recently for her contribution to Continuing Care in Canada from the Canadian Healthcare.

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