Learning Opportunities in Gerontological Nursing
The Center for Aging Science and Care Innovation seeks to improve the health of older adults by enhancing the capacity for research and leadership on gerontological issues in academic, public health, and practice settings. The CASCI supports graduate study and continuing education programs for nurse educators and clinical professionals.
The PhD in Nursing at the University of Minnesota prepares scientists for a lifetime of discovery and leadership in nursing research, academia and health systems improvement.
The Adult/Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist specialty of the DNP program prepares students to lead and guide the management of complex health conditions, working with nurses and organizations, to provide care to adults and elders in a variety of settings.
The Adult Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner specialty of the DNP program prepares registered nurses to provide holistic team-based care for adults and older adults.
An interactive web-based resource designed for nursing faculty to create innovative effective clinical experiences for students in nursing homes.
Using Complementary Alternative Therapies to Promote the Health of Older Adults
Sept 15, 2 p.m.
Kuei-Min Chen, PhD, GCNS, RN, FAAN
Professor, College of Nursing, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan and Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota School of Nursing