dr. janice keefe is on sabbatical from july 2019 to july 2020. for information on dr. keefe’s research activities click here.
Products & publications
keefe, j., & Ward-Griffin, C. (2013, February). older workers balancing employment and family care: implications for double duty caregivers. webinar offered through chnet-works.ca.
ward-griffin, c., keefe, j., kerr, m., belle brown, j., st. amant, o. (2013). supporting double duty caregivers: a policy brief.
humble, á. m., keefe, j., & Auton, G. (2012). Caregivers’ retirement congruency: A case for caregiver support. international Journal of Aging & Human Development, 74(2), 113-142. doi 10.2190/AG.74.2.b
ward-griffin, c., keefe, j., Martin-Matthews, A., Kerr, M., Brown, J.B. & Oudshoorn, A.(2009). the development and validation of the double duty caregiving scale (ddcs). canadian journal of nursing research, 41(3), 108-128.
keefe, j., Fancey, P., Guberman, N., Barylak, L., & Nahmiash, D. (2008). caregivers’ aspirations, realities, and expectations: the care tool. journal of applied gerontology, 27(3), 286-308. doi: 10.1177/0733464807312236
keefe, j., Glendinning, C., & Fancey, P. (2008). financial payments for family carers: policy approaches and debates. in A. Martin-Matthews & J. Philips (Eds.), ageing at the intersection of work and home life: blurring the boundaries (pp. 185-206). new york: lawrence eribaum.
keefe, j., & Rajnovich, B., (2007). to pay or not to pay: examining underlying principles in the debate on financial support for family caregivers. canadian journal on aging, 26(s1), s77-90. doi: 10.3138/cja.26.suppl1.77
keefe, j., légaré, j., & carrière, y. (2007).developing new strategies to support future caregivers of the aged in canada: projections of need and their policy implications. canadian public policy, 33(s1), s65-s80.