ERIC Number: ED323402
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
Developing Leadership in Geriatric Education. Proceedings of the Annual Summer Geriatric Institute (5th, Lexington, Kentucky, July 23-25, 1990).
Gardner, Davis L., Ed.; Patzwald, Gari-Anne, Ed.
Papers in these proceedings are organized into four sections: (1) Research Studies in Aging; (2) Innovative Approaches in Geriatric Education; (3) Faculty Development Models; and (4) "The Publication Process: Perils and Pearls" (Workshop). Clinical Experiences: Design Not Chance" (Matzo); "The Development of a Collaborative Gerontological Research Agenda among University Researchers and Health Care Providers" (Douglas, Terry); "Geriatric Education: An Impact Evaluation of a Geriatric Program" (Johnson, Moore, Fox); "Health Needs in a Selected Group of Rural Elderly" (Brown, Stokes); "Implications of Kentucky's Aging Labor Force for Human Resource Development Policy" (Barber, Crouch, Merker); "Long-Term Care Financing and the Rationing of Care" (Samuel, Bowlyow); "Older Adults Pioneer Wellness with Interactive Television" (Wroblewski); "Bringing Aging Theory into Research Instruction: A Study Using Older Volunteers" (Turner); and "Self-Reported Memory Problems among Black Elderly" (Bazargan, Barbre). Papers on innovative approaches in geriatric education include "Using the Humanities to Educate Students: Images of Caregivers in Poetry and Prose" (Kautzmann); "The Development and Use of Gaming in Multidisciplinary Geriatric Education" (Kues et al.); "Using Adult Learning Techniques to Enhance Student Acceptance of New Curricula in Gerontology/Geriatrics" (Saxe et al.); "Use of a Two-Day Geriatric Dentistry Workshop as a Combination Teaching Tool and Resource Base for Geriatric Educators and Clinicians" (Ceridan, Stewart, Thibault); "Nursing Management of Acutely Ill Elders with Alzheimer's Disease" (Walker, Fuller); "A Unique Teaching Opportunity: A Specialized Facility for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease" (Gilster, McCracken); "Examination of the Role of a Hospital-based Geriatric Psychiatric Unit for Enhancing the Professional Preparation of Social Workers" (Stewart, Dunn, Stewart); "A Multidisciplinary Educational Initiative in Nursing Homes" (McCracken et al.); "The Interdisciplinary Team Approach: Teaching Third Year Medical Students Geriatrics" (Gardner); and "Consultation and Seclusion as Team Building Strategies" (Roberts et al.). The papers on faculty development models include "The Use of Interactive Videodisc Technology for Teaching/Training" (Spohn, Hardison); "Preparing Baccalaureate Nurses through Distance Learning: A Resource for Geriatric Clinical Practice" (Irvine); and "Developing Computer-Assisted Learning Programs for Teaching Geriatric Therapeutics" (Druckenbrod, Cluxton). The papers on the publication process include "Peer Review and Locating a Place to Publish" (Patzwald); and "Working with Your Editor" (Gardner). The document concludes with an index of presenters. (CML)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Aging Education, Aging (Individuals), Alzheimers Disease, Blacks, Clinical Experience, Computer Assisted Instruction, Dentistry, Educational Technology, Experiential Learning, Faculty Development, Geriatrics, Health Promotion, Higher Education, Humanities, Learning Strategies, Long Term Care, Medical Education, Memory, Nursing Homes, Professional Development, Program Evaluation, Rural Population, Team Teaching, Theory Practice Relationship, Videodisks, Writing for Publication
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Health Resources and Services Administration (DHHS/PHS), Rockville, MD. Bureau of Health Professions.
Authoring Institution: Ohio Valley Appalachia Regional Geriatric Education Center, Lexington, KY.