We are often contracted by provincial and federal governments and not-for-profit organizations to conduct or summarize research evidence to inform their evidence-based policy decision making and improve practices. Past collaborators include: Employment and Social Development Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada, Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP), Caregivers Alberta, Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton (SAGE), and the Greater Edmonton Foundation (Seniors Housing). Through Graduate Research Assistantships, we often mentor graduate students (*) through the writing process. Here’s a sample of reports from the last five years:

Caregiving for older adults with disabilities: Present costs, future challenges written by Janet Fast and released by the IRPP December 2015

World report on ageing and health released by the World Health Organization September 2015. Norah Keating contributed to the conceptual framework and writing of the report.

Intergenerational relationships: experiences and attitudes in the new millenium written by N. Keating, D. Kwan, S. Hillcoat-Nalletamby, and V. Burholt (2015), a report to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of Ageing project.

Assessing the needs of employed caregivers and employers a report written by N. Keating, J. Eales, S. Donalds*, and J. Fast (May 2015) for Caregivers Alberta