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He is awarded PhD in Geography,from Queen’s University,Canada in the year 2005. He holds a Master Degree (MA) in Geography & International Development Studies from University of Guelph in the year 2000.Mark Skinner PhD, Associate Professor of Geography, Trent University, is a rural health geographer with expertise in rural aging, health and social care, and voluntarism. His CIHR and SSHRC funded research examines how rural people and places are responding to the challenges and opportunities of population aging, particularly the evolving role of the voluntary sector and volunteers in supporting older people and aging communities. Mark is Director of the new Trent Centre for Aging & Society, and he supervises graduate students through Trent's interdisciplinary programs in Canadian Studies and Sustainability Studies as well as the Geography graduate program at Queen’s University where he is Adjunct Professor.
Short Communication: J Comm Pub Health Nursing 2015, 1:2