National Council on Aging (NCOA) at a training in Albuquerque, NM for selected Native Americans in the Four Corners states to become Tai Chi for Falls Prevention instructors.
T3 Train-the-Trainer (T3) Faculty Development Program will develop interprofessional teams' ability to promote and facilitate collaborative leadership, IPE, and interprofessional collaborative practice (ICP). The Center for ASPIRE researches and supports the development, implementation and evaluation of educational and clinical programs that train students, faculty and clinicians to deliver safe, high-quality team-based patient care.
Students interpret art to improve clinical skills
An interprofessional team of practitioners funded by the Carolina Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program presented to seniors and interested community members in Lee County
Tiffany Shubert PT PhD was quoted recently in USA Today regarding falls and middle aged adults
DEMENTIA-CAPABLE NORTH CAROLINA: A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR ADDRESSING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIAS
Statewide plan to address dementia to be released March 8th
CGEC partners like the NC Falls Prevention Coalition are featured in this article.
166 students from 9 disciplines participated in a 2 day educational event
Since July 1, 2015 the Carolina Geriatric Education Center has trained almost 1,000 health care providers as part of the new Health Resources and Services Administration Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Grant.
The most recent issue of the NC Medical Journal highlights the NC Falls Prevention Coalition and the Otago Online Training Course.
Tiffany Shubert PT PhD and Ellen Schneider MBA joined a team of national experts to improve how communities implement Falls Prevention Programs and reaching new audiences last month.