What’s New in Human and Social Development? (Fall Term)


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Factors that Influence Quality of Life in Older People

Friday, Sept. 13: 12:30 to 1:45 pm
Presenter: Anastasia Mallidou, PhD, School of Nursing

Anastasia Mallidou is an associate professor in the School of Nursing at UVic. She is interested in the effective use of research findings in practice and in policy. Her research focuses on knowledge translation; leadership; contextual factors and their influence on patient, system and provider outcomes; evidence-based practice; evidence-based health policies; transparency; policy uptake; and healthy aging. She believes that for healthy and graceful aging, older individuals can and should take care of their own health and well-being (diet, exercise, brain stimulation, social engagement, positive thinking) as early as possible.

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