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ATSU Holds 8th Annual Lecture on Aging

April 10, 2012 - Published by atsu's iconnect

ATSU's Aging Studies Project held its 8th Annual Lecture on Aging on April 4, 2012.

The keynote speaker, Christa M. Hojlo, PhD, RN, NHA, presented her lecture, "Caring for the Aging: Options, Opportunities, and Outcomes" to both campuses via broadcast.

Dr. Hojlo is the director of VA Community Living Centers, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C.

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7th Annual Lecture on Aging Held

april 1, 2011 - Published by ATSU's iconnect

A.T. Still University's Committee on Aging hosted its 7th annual Lecture on Aging on April 1 to enhance healthcare providers' understanding of the challenges associated with Alzheimer's disease and share current concepts related to diagnosis and patient care..

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ATSU Hosts Sixth Annual Aging Lecture

april 29, 2010 - Published by ATSU's iconnect

The ATSU Committee on Aging held its sixth annual Lecture on Aging on April 2 to enhance healthcare providers' understanding of the challenges and opportunities in treating and caring for older patients.

Keynot speaker Paul R. Willging, PhD, presented, "Chaos or Coordination: The Choice is Ours" live on the Missouri campus.

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Seniors Benefit from ATSU Resistance Chair Study

june 26, 2009 - Published by atsu's iconnect

Seniors at Mesa Good Shepherd, an assisted and independent senior living facility in Mesa, Ariz., have just completed a 12-week resistance chair exercise study program facilitated by Jeffrey Alexander, Ph.D., assistant professor with ASHS' doctor of health sciences program. The exercises performed for the study were designed to help residents maintain - and hopefully improve - their ability to function physicially on a daily basis.

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ATSU Holds Fifth Annual Lecture on Aging

april 9, 2009 - published by atsu's iconnect

The A.T. Still University (ATSU) Committee on Aging held its fifth annual Lecture on Aging on April 3 to enhance healthcare providers' understanding of the challenges and opportunities in treating and caring for older patients, especially in the area of falls prevention.

Keynote speaker Dorothy Baker, Ph.D., RN, presented, "From the Halls of Ivy to the Kitchen Table: Moving Evidenced-Based Falls Prevention into Practice."

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