The Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging is comprised of leading researchers in the field of gerontological research. As an interdisciplinary hub of knowledge exchange, the Centre helps to foster innovative and collaborative research which helps to guide policy, shape organizational practices, and respond to the needs and concerns of individuals, families and caregivers. Our members regularly publish their work in a range of peer-reviewed publications across many different disciplines and research areas. Recent and past publications by Gilbrea members can be found here: 

Publications List

  • Diabetes self-management programmes in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sherifali, D., Bai, J.W., Kenny, M., Warren, R., & Ali, M.U.
    Diabetic Medicine, 1404- 1414.
  • Geographies of ageing: progress and possibilities after two decades of change.
    Skinner, M., Cloutier, D., & Andrews, G.J.
    Progress in Human Geography, 39, 776-799.
  • Geography of aging, older people
    Andrews, G.J. & Skinner, M.
    In Wright, J. (Eds.). International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier
  • ‘Talk to me’: a mixed methods study on preferred physician behaviours during end-of-life communication from the patient perspective.
    Abdul-Razzak, A., Sherifali, D., You, J., Simon. J., Brazil K.
    Health Expectations. 1-14
  • Imagining Care: Responsibility, Dependency, and Canadian Literature
    Defalco, A.
    Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Graphic Somatography: Life Writing, Comics, and the Ethics of Care.
    Defalco, A.
    Journal of Medical Humanities, (ahead of print), 1-18.
  • Physical activity among older adults with sight loss
    Griffin, M.
    In Phoenix, C. & Tulle, E. (Eds.), Physical Activity and Sport in Later Life: Critical Approaches. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Emlet, C.A., Fredrisken-Goldsen, K.I., Kim, H-J., & Hoy-Ellis, C.
    Journal of Applied Gerontology. DOI: 10.1177/0733464815591210
  • Grenier, A.
    In J. Twigg & W. Martin (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Gerontology. London: Routledge
  • Raymond, E., & Grenier, A.
    Journal of Aging Studies, 35, 190-200