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Amanda Sokan, PhD, MHA, LL.B, launched a new Alpha Delta Omega Chapter of the Sigma Phi Omega International Academic Honor and Professional Society in Gerontology at the University of Arizona.
Pharmacy in training is gaining insight into older adults’ needs through the fully online Innovations in Aging graduate certificate program.
Dr. David Beyda discusses ethics in the medical field and the importance of autonomy and personhood for people of all ages.
Scott Going, PhD and Jennie Gubner, PhD are the latest UArizona faculty members to join the Innovations in Aging graduate interdisciplinary program’s executive leadership committee.
This webinar for prospective students covered the global demographic shift toward older populations, growing demand for professionals specializing in aging and career paths before diving into Innovations in Aging graduate certificate program details including program content, course format and application and eligibility requirements.
Eileen Lawless, MSW is gaining tools and strategies to use in her career through participation in the online Innovations in Aging graduate certificate program.
The graduate certificate in Innovations in Aging is a fully online, interdisciplinary program that explores global challenges and opportunities presented by older adults, a foundational knowledge of gerontology and how to implement innovations in your industry.
This episode of the Innovations in Aging podcast series discusses intergenerational relationships, caregivers and their experience working with older adults and the important connection between music and touch.
Dr. Lisa O’Neill discusses elder abuse, adult protective services, organized crime, and common scams for older adults.
Dr. Amanda Sokan, the Arizona Geriatric Society 2020 Gerontologist of the Year, discusses what it means to her to be a gerontologist.