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ATSU holds fifth annual Lecture on Aging

April 9, 2009
Posted In: University Headlines

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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., R.N., presented “From the Halls of Ivy to the Kitchen Table: Moving Evidence-Based Fall Prevention into Practice.” Dr. Baker is a research scientist and scholar at Yale University School of Medicine. She is also director of the Connecticut Collaboration for Fall Prevention and Hospital Elder Life Program projects.

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