Debra Dobbs, PhD, FGSA, an associate professor in the School of Aging Studies, participated in a panel for the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) titled "Developments in Advance Care Planning in the Context of COVID-19." Stemming from an interdisciplinary presentation about advance care planning in the context of COVID-19, this second panel explores how diverse insights into advance care planning are shifting in a post-pandemic world.
Aging studies associate professor speaks on GSA panel
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