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Les dix ans de l’Institut du vieillissement des IRSC : Tirer parti des points forts, combler les lacunes, façonner l’avenir*

  • Anne Martin-Matthews (a1)

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La correspondance et les demandes de tirés à part doivent être adressées à: Anne Martin-Matthews, Ph.D. Institut du vieillissement des IRSC et Département de sociologie de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique 6303 NW Marine Drive Vancouver (C.-B.) V6T 1Z1 (amm@exchange.ubc.ca)

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L’auteure remercie Susan Crawford, Ph.D., directrice adjointe de l’Institut du vieillissement des IRSC pour son aide dans la préparation du présent manuscrit, qui est une révision d’un exposé présenté à la réunion annuelle scientifique et éducative de l’Association canadienne de gérontologie à Montréal (Québec) le 3 décembre 2010.

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