Tag Archives: population aging

Aging & Longevity, from Media Headlines to Strategy – Part 1

Preface, is an aging society really news anymore? How much more reporting do we need, with the same front-end demographic statistical data (bar graphs, pie charts and pyramids abound), to know that global population aging is a big story. However, the macro narrative on aging has many diverse facets across multiple interconnected themes. This is

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Summer Shorts 22 – Toronto. A Global Centre for Ageing & Longevity?

If you can’t do it, what’s the next best thing to attending a conference half way around the world from Toronto? Why a video clip of course! The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) held its 13th global conference in Brisbane Australia this June 2016, and one of the nice things they did last week was

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Great Work! 10th Anniversary SERC Celebration.

On September 6th, 2103 the Sheridan College Elder Research Centre SERC celebrates its 10th anniversary with an evening presentation and reception at the Oakville campus. The featured guest is Alexandre Kalache, MD, PhD. Dr. Kalache serves multiple roles, including that as President of the International Longevity Centre in Brazil. In 1995 he directed the Global

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