Monday, November 28, 2016

Presentations by C-FAHR members

The annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America occurred the week before Thanksgiving in New Orleans.  There were a number of C-FAHR members in attendance and presenting.  

Here are a few of the presentations that were captured:

Kara Dassel (Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program) is presenting work done by pilot grant awardee team of Neng Wan (Geography), Linda Edelman (Nursing), Gail Towsley (Nursing), and Alex Terril (OT).  They are doing fascinating work using GPS technology to track the "life-space" of couples coping with chronic illness.  

Becky Utz (Sociology), Mike Caserta (Nursing/Gerontology), and Kathie Supiano (Nursing/Gerontology) presented their work on bereavement and end of life.
We look forward to seeing these posters and learning more about this work at the C-FAHR poster symposium in the spring of 2017.

If any of you are traveling and presenting your work and would like to be highlighted on our blog, please contact becky (rebecca.utz@utah.edu)

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