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Jessica Yauk's funded research is titled "Black Caregivers' Perceptions of Care Recipients' End-of-Life Care Planning."
Debra Dobbs, PhD, FGSA participated in a panel for the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) titled "Developments in Advance Care Planning in the Context of COVID-19."
Congratulations to the 2023-2024 Student Association for Aging Studies officers!
May 11, 2023School of Aging Studies
Multiple CBCS students were honored at the Student Research Awards Luncheon hosted by USF Research and Innovation.
The conference included sessions on advance care planning in different health care settings and the importance of values in planning for end-of-life care.
Doctoral candidate Christina Mu was selected to be a 2023 O’Neill/Hyer Summer Policy Intern through the Gerontological Society of America.
Jessica Yauk's poster was titled, “Does timing of retirement affect cognition or risk of dementia: A systematic review.”
The School of Aging Studies honored internship preceptors and supervisors and recipients of awards and scholarships.
Study: Older adults engage in less diverse day-to-day activities, which are important for healthy aging
Soomi Lee, PhD examined differences in activity diversity between cohorts of adults decades apart.
Kathy Black, PhD spoke about her recent article, "Assessing Age-Friendly Community Progress: What Have We Learned?"
Representatives of the School of Aging Studies attended the On Aging 2023 conference last week in Atlanta to share information about the school's academic programs with aging professionals.
Ernest Gonzales, PhD, MSSW presented as part of the USF School of Aging Studies and Florida Policy and Exchange Center on Aging Distinguished Lecture Series.