SHRF publication launches in Saskatoon

April 10, 2017

Dr. Abonyi and Dr. Oosman were among the researchers recognized for their contributions to older adults' health health research in SHRF's recent publication. SPHERU's Dr. Bonnie Jeffery and Dr. Shanthi Johnson were recognized last week at the University of Regina.
Dr. Abonyi and Dr. Oosman were among the researchers recognized for their contributions to older adults' health health research in SHRF's recent publication. SPHERU's Dr. Bonnie Jeffery and Dr. Shanthi Johnson were recognized last week at the University of Regina.
SPHERU’s Dr. Sylvia Abonyi and Dr. Sarah Oosman were among the researchers recognized for their contributions to older adults’ health research in the province on Monday.

On April 10, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation launched their latest publication in the PAC on the University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon.

The new publication, Impacting Seniors’ Health – The Value of Aging-Related Research in Saskatchewan, highlighted the contributions of many researchers in the province whose work has made a difference for older adults’ health.

Dr. Abonyi and Dr. Oosman were not the only SPHERU faculty recognized in this publication. Last week, Dr. Bonnie Jeffery and Dr. Shanthi Johnson were also highlighted during the launch at the University of Regina.

Read SHRF’s recent publication here


 

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