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Community Partners

The following partners collaborate with faculty and students on various programs administered by the ATSU Aging Studies Project.



Missouri Campus

ATSU-KCOM Area Health Education Center

The ATSU-KCOM Area Health Education Center provides financial and staff support for Health Partners, while also providing staff support for the Service Saturdays program. ATSU-KCOM AHEC hosts National Primary Care Week every year, and the Aging Studies Project sponsors one aging-related lecture. The Aging Studies Project collaborates with ATSU-KCOM AHEC to organize and coordinate nutrition education opportunities in the community as part of the Pathways program.

Website:

Coming Soon

Partnered Programs:

  • Health Partners
  • Service Saturdays
  • Annual Lecture on Aging
  • Pathways

NEMO Area Health Education Center

The NEMO Area Health Education Center assists the ATSU Aging Studies Project by volunteering on the Missouri campus Aging Studies Advisory Committee, while also managing the Aging Studies Project Community Alliance: Resources for Elders (CARE) program involving elders and elder-serving organizations. NEMO AHEC also attends the meetings of the Chronic Disease and Community Wellness team while providing addtional support to students involved in the Pathways to Nutritional Independence program.

Website:

http://www.nemoahec.org/

Partnered Programs:

  • Annual Lecture on Aging
  • Pathways

Truman State University

Truman State University faculty members from the Athletic Training, Communication Disorders, Exercise Science, Health Science, and Nursing departments volunteer their time and talents to help facilitate the Health Partners and Collaborative Case Competition programs. Several faculty members from Truman State also serve on the Missouri campus Aging Studies Advisory Committee.

Website:

www.truman.edu


Partnered Programs:

  • Health Partners
  • Collaborative Case Competition (CCC)
  • Pathways

Northeast Regional Medical Center

The Aging Studies Project partners with Northeast Regional Medical Center to help reach out to members of the community and offer nutritional coaching opportunities as part of the Pathways program. Northeast Regional Medical Center also hosts meetings of the Chronic Disease and Community Wellness team, which is the driving force behind the Pathways program. Several staff members from Northeast Regional Medical Center also serve on the Missouri campus Aging Studies Advisory Committee.

Website:

http://www.nermc.com/Northeast-Regional-Medical-Center/home.aspx

Partnered Programs:

  • Pathways

Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center

In addition to serving on the Missouri campus Aging Studies Advisory Committee, the Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center also works very closely with the Aging Studies Project to develop and coordinate the Pathways program. The Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center also serves on the Chronic Disease and Community Wellness team. Additionally, staff members from the Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center serve as facilitators for the Health Partners program.

Website:

http://moarthritis.typepad.com/northeast_missouri_rac/

Partnered Programs:

  • Pathways
  • Health Partners



Arizona Campus

East Valley Adult Resources

Information coming soon...

 

 

 

Website:

http://www.evadultresources.org/

Partnered Programs:

  • Enter programs here

Banner Heart Hospital and Other Banner Health Medical Centers

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Website:

https://www.bannerhealth.com/

Partnered Programs:

  • Enter programs here

Grand Canyon University Nursing Program

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Website:

http://www.gcu.edu/

Partnered Programs:

  • Enter programs here

Greater Valley Area Health Education Center

Information coming soon...

 

 

Website:

http://www.gvahec.org/

Partnered Programs:

  • Enter programs here