Hi Christine: I broadly research health, gender, and aging over the life course. Past projects included social determinants of disability adult Canadian Aboriginal populations; career outcomes for older IT workers; family quality of life research with aging parents caring for at-home adult child(ren) with developmental disabilities; and secondary cancers in adult survivors of childhood cancers. Right now, part of my role is to evaluate outcomes of second career adults in two-year college retraining programs. Qualitiative/quantitative approaches. Where would you like to start the discussion?
I am interested in using qualtative and quantitative data collection approaches in looking at midlife and older people from in or from develoing countries. I would like to know what factors researchers are looking at in assessing healthy ageing and the specific data collection techniques that are being used.
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