Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing

By V. Minichiello; I. Coulson | Go to book overview

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Samantha Ackling Doctoral student in the School of Health at the University of New England in Armidale, Australia, undertaking studies on sexual intimacy in later life.

Chris Bourne FACSHP Staff Specialist and Medical Unit Manager at the Sydney School of Health Centre, Sydney Hospital.

Catherine Bridge PhD Director of the Home Maintenance and Modification Clearing House in the School of Occupation and Leisure Studies at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Colette Browning PhD Associate Professor in the School of Public Health at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

Neena L. Chappell PhD Professor in the Department of Sociology and a Canada Research Chair in Social Gerontology in the Center on Aging at the University of Victoria in Victoria, Canada.

Irene Coulson PhD Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Prince Edward Island in Charlottetown, Canada.

James L. Fozard PhD President of the Florida Gerontological Research and Training Services, Florida, USA, and serves on the adjunct Faculty of Saint Leo University, Florida, USA.

Judy Harris PhD Lecturer in the School of Health at the University of New England in Armidale, Australia.

Terrence Hays PhD Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of New England in Armidale, Australia.

Rafat Hussain PhD Senior Lecturer in the School of Health at the University of New England in Armidale, Australia.

Andrew Joyce Former doctoral student in the School of Psychological Sciences at LaTrobe University in Melbourne, Australia, who recently completed his studies on social activity in older people.

Hal Kendig PhD Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Jeffrey Kottler PhD Professor and Head of the Department of Counseling at California State University in Fullerton, California, USA.

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