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Marie Beaulieu

Marie Beaulieu Ph. D. (Applied Human Sciences), M.Sc and B.Sc. (Criminology) is full professor at the School of Social Work at Université de Sherbrooke and researcher at the CSSS-IUGS Research Center on Aging. She holds, since November 2010, the Research Chair on Mistreatment of Older Adults, funded by the Quebec government's Ministry of Families Social gerontologist, her main work representing 30 years of struggle in the field, addresses mistreatment, older adults’ feelings of safety regarding safety, ethics, aging and ageism. Marie Beaulieu is the North American representative at the INPEA (International Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse), she is a member of the senior partnership committee of the City of Montreal Police Service (SPVM), and she has been a member of the National Seniors Council since 2013. She teaches and supervises in the Bachelor and Master's degrees in Social Work as well as in the Ph.D. in Gerontology at Université de Sherbrooke, in addition to training practitioners and various groups of the public in Quebec, Canada and internationally. Throughout her career, she has been recognized on numerous occasions. In 2012, she was awarded the Mérite estrien jointly with Suzanne Garon in the Social Innovation category for implementing the Age-Friendly Cities Program (AFC) from the World Health Organization (WHO). In 2013, she was awarded the Queen's Jubilee Medal in recognition of her contribution to promoting the inclusion and recognition of older adults. In 2017, Marie Beaulieu was inducted into the Royal Society of Canada for the excellence of her academic and scientific achievements in countering mistreatment of older adults.

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