Community health, aging and optimizing seniors’ health and independence
Health and function of older individuals living in the community
Threats to independence with advancing age
Peer-led education models to improve chronic disease outcomes
Aging and Community Health Research Lab: Director
Aging, Rehabilitation and Geriatric Care Research Centre: Scientist
Lawson Health Research Institute (LHRI): Scientist
Department of Medicine (Geriatric Medicine): Associate Professor
JuMP Joint Motion Program: Transdisciplinary Training in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Leadership: Mentor, Co-investigator
Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Strategic Achievement Group, Middlesex-London Health Unit: External Research Consultant
McCormick Home Research Advisory Committee: Member
Age-Friendly London Network: Member
Community Health Promotion
Health Across the Lifespan
Health and Aging
Demography of Aging
Palliative and End of Life Care
McKenna A, Kloseck M, Crilly RG & Polgar J. (2015). Purchasing and using personal emergency response systems (PERS): how decisions are made by community dwelling elderly. BMC Geriatrics, 15, 81. DOI 10.1186/212877-015-0079-z.
Woolmore-Goodwin S, Kloseck M, Zecevic A, Fogarty J & Gutmanis I. (2015). Caring for a Person With Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment. American journal of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, 1533317515594507.
Dellamora MC, Zecevic A, Baxter D, Cramp A, Fitzsimmons D & Kloseck M. (2015). Review of assessment tools for baseline and follow-up measurement of age-friendliness. Ageing International, 40, 149-164. DOI 10.1007/s12126-014-9218-7.
Kloseck M, Gutman GM, Gibson M & Cox L. (2014). Naturally occurring retirement community (NORC) residents have a false sense of security that could jeopardize their safety in a disaster: a message for emergency planners. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 28, 204-220.
Tariq H, Kloseck M, Crilly RG, Gutmanis I & Gibson M. (2014). An exploration of risk for recurrent falls in two geriatric care settings. BMC: Geriatrics, 13, 106, 2013.
Miller K, Hobson S, Hramiak I, Gobert C & Kloseck M. (2014). Not a good fit: perceptions of older adults who have withdrawn from diabetes self-management education. Perspectives, Journal of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association, 36(2), 6-15, 2013.