Academic articles

Our scholarly research is published in a variety of peer-reviewed publications around the world. We often collaborate with researchers from other institutions around the world and mentor graduate students (*) and postdoctoral fellows (#) through the writing process. Here's a sample of our publications in the last five years.

 

Keating, N. & Eales, J. (2017). Social consequences of family care of adults: a scoping reviewInternational Journal of Care and Caring, 1(2): 153-173, DOI: 10.1332/239788217X14937990731749 


Duncan, K. A., Shooshtari, S., Roger, K., Fast, J., & Han*, J. (2016). Care-related out-of-pocket expenditures in Canada. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. 27 (2), 277-296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/1052-3073.27.2.277.


Anderson*, S. D., Fast, J., Keating, N., Eales, J., Chivers, S., Barnet, D. (2016, March). Translating knowledge: Inter-generational community arts programming in preventing and managing chronic disease. Health Promotion Practice, 1-11.


Winterton, R., Warburton, J., Keating, N., Peterson, M., Berg, T., & Wilson, J. (2016). Understanding the influence of community characteristics on wellness for rural older adults: A meta-synthesis.  Journal of Rural Studies45, 320–327.


Keating, N. & de Jong Gierveld, J. (Eds) (2015). Families and aging: From private troubles to a global agenda. Canadian Journal on Aging, 34 (3). Special issue on Families and Aging in Global Context.  DOI: 10.1017/S0714980815000276 


de Jong Gierveld, J., Keating, N. & Fast, J. (2015). Determinants of Loneliness Among Older Adults in Canada. Canadian Journal on Aging, 34 (2), 125-136.


Keating, N., Fast, J., Lero, D., Lucas*, S., & Eales, J. (2014). A taxonomy of the economic costs of family care to adults. Journal of the Economics of Aging, 3, 11–20.


Fast, J. E. (2013). Caregiving and its consequences: Variations across relationship, stage of life course and nature of disability. In S. McDaniel & Z. Zimmer (Eds.), Global Ageing in the 21st Century: Challenges, Opportunities and Implications (pp. 253-266). Surry, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.


LaPierre, T., & Keating, N. (2013). Characteristics and contributions of non-kin carers of older people: A closer look at friends and neighbours. Ageing & Society, 33, 1442-1468.


Keating, N., Eales, J. & Phillips, J. (2013). Age-friendly rural communities: Conceptualizing 'best-fit’. Canadian Journal on Aging, 32(4), 319-332.


Scharf, T., & Keating, N. (Eds.). (2012). From exclusion to inclusion in old age: A global challenge. Bristol, UK. The Policy Press.