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"I am honoured to have been appointed Director of CERAH," Prof. Kelley says. "The Centre works towards the advancement of important gerontological issues which are relevant to Northwestern Ontarians, and I look forward to working with our network of community and University partners to further interdisciplinary education and research opportunities with the Centre."
The Centre for Education and Research on Aging & Health (CERAH), formerly known as the Northern Educational Centre for Aging & Health (NECAH), was established at
Interdisciplinary collaboration is the approach used by CERAH to develop and administer a wide range of research and continuing education programs. CERAH also works cooperatively with a variety of programs to facilitate community development. In conjunction with an extensive regional network of committees and community partners, CERAH implements its vision for exemplary practice in the field of aging and health.
Mary Lou Kelley's Background
Mary Lou Kelley has been a faculty member in the
Since 1980, Mary Lou's research has focused on long-term care of older persons, palliative care, rural health, education for health care professionals, and community-based care delivery to rural seniors. She is a research affiliate with
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