RAPP mobilizes its research knowledge through an integrated knowledge mobilization process and a strategic communication plan. This ensures that knowledge created is shared beyond academia and is used “for the public good.”

Governments, service providers, and not-for-profit agencies use our research to inform policies, improve practices and programs, and advocate for better support for older adults and family/friend caregivers. The media often interview members of our team to help inform the public of issues associated with aging and family/friend care. Below are examples of our knowledge mobilization in the last year.

Recent academic articles

Top 5 most-read articles in 2019 and 2020

Three of our recent articles were among the TOP 5 most-read articles published in 2019 and 2020 in the International Journal of Care and Caring.

Recent blog posts

Recent infographics

Students say…

“This project has set a standard for writing that has guided my work.”