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ERIC Number: ED323402
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Pages: 134
Abstractor: 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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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.