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MBRI Presentation Archive: 2004

Bass, D.M. (2004, September). Impact Of Information And Support Services On Outcomes For Alzheimer’s Patients And Family Caregivers. Presented at Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation’s The Senior Person: Issues & Solutions Conference, Colorado Springs.

Bass, D.M. (2004, July). Barriers And Facilitators To Service Use By Older Adults And Family Caregivers. Presented at The Margaret Blenkner Research Institute’s Community forum Taking Care, Taking Charge: Making the best life possible for older adults and their families, Cleveland, OH.

Browdie, R., Turowski, A., & Whitlatch, C.J. (2004, April). From anecdotes to algorithms: Bringing together practice, research, and management. Paper presented as part of workshop at the joint conference of The National Council on the Aging and the American Society on Aging, San Francisco, CA.

Ejaz, F.K., Jones J., Fox, K, McCarthy, C. & Straker, J. (2004, November). Testing the psychometric properties of a nursing home family satisfaction instrument. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Ejaz, F.K. & Straker, J. (2004, June). The impact of markets, information and regulation on NH quality. Presented at the Annual Research Meeting of AcademyHealth, San Diego, CA.

Ejaz, F.K., Jones, J., Fox, K., & McCarthy, C. (2004, April). Measuring family satisfaction with families of nursing home residents. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, San Francisco.

Ejaz, F.K., & Noelker, L.S. (2004, March). Better Education = Better Jobs: The impact of job preparation, ongoing education and training on job satisfaction and commitment among front-line workers and their supervisors. Presented at the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging 2004 Future of Aging Services conference, Washington, DC.

Ejaz, F.K., Schur, D., & Fox, K. (2004, January). Resident satisfaction in continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). Presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA.

Glavin, Y.W., Noelker, L.S. & Clark, W. (2004, November). Development of policy strategies and a service system model for Ohio’s aged, blind and disabled population. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Healy, T.C, Judge, K.S. & Coon, D.W. (2004, April). Making research happen in practice settings. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of ASA/NCOA, San Francisco, CA.

Judge, K.S., Bass, D.M., Dann-Cherock, S., & Looman, W.J. (2004, November). The “Family Questionnaire” As A Tool For Improving Identification Of Dementia In Primary Care. Presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Judge, K.S., (2004, November) Developing appropriate intervention goals and outcome measures for persons with dementia in research and clinical settings. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Judge, K. S. (2004, April). Outcomes & future directions. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of ASA/NCOA, San Francisco, CA.

Judge, K.S. & Murphy, M.D. (2004, April) Age-related changes in visual-spatial working memory: Maintenance versus processing stage effects. Poster presented at the bi-annual Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Kahana, B., Kahana, E., Patterson, R., Menne, H., Feldman, K., King, C., & Kercher, K. (2004, June). Personal determinants of physicians’ cancer screening recommendations and adherence by the aged. Poster presented at the Second Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics (COMET 2004), Linköping, Sweden.

Kahana, E., Kahana, B., Patterson, R., Menne, H., Feldman, K., King, C., & Kercher, K. (2004, June). The role of doctor-patient relationships in cancer screening recommendations to the aged. Poster presented at the Second Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics (COMET 2004), Linköping, Sweden.

Looman, W.J., Bass, D.M., Rentsch, J.H., & Eckert, S.K. (2004, November). Blurring Of Organizational Identity: Cargivers’ Failure To Recognize Sources Of Assistance. Poster session presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Noelker, L.S. (2004, November). How to publish workshop. Workshop presented at the preconference of the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Noelker, L.S. & Ejaz, F.K. (2004, November). Worker empowerment: Overview of the concept and issues. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Noelker, L.S. & Parker, V.A. (2004, November). Strategies for empowering direct care workers in nursing homes. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Noelker, L.S. & Ejaz, F.K. (2004, April). Better jobs=better care: The impact of job preparation, ongoing education and training on job satisfaction and commitment among front-line workers and their supervisors. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, San Francisco.

Noelker, L.S. (2004, April). Improving the quality of life for elders through organizational assessment. Paper in symposium titled, “Culture change in the learning organization” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, San Francisco.

Noelker, L.S. & Ejaz, F.K. (2004, April). Factors related to retention among new nurse assistants. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, San Francisco.

Noelker, L.S. (2004, April). Career development in applied aging research: How to publish. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, San Francisco.

Polivka, L. & Noelker, L.S. (2004, November). The future of long-term care and the role of managed care. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Tucke, S.S. & Whitlatch, C.J. (2004, July). Helping caregivers understand their relative’s preferences: Improving caregiver well-being in early stage dementia. Presented at the 12th National Alzheimer’s Disease Education Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2004, November). Using assessment and intervention to help caregiving families. Presented at the Alzheimer’s Disease Demonstration Grants to States, Grantees’ Annual Training Meeting. Conference of the Dept. of Health and Human Services, Administration on Aging, Washington, DC.

Whitlatch, C.J. & Bass, D.M. (2004, November). The Challenges And Rewards Of Conducting Research With Persons With Dementia. Symposium presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2004, November). The challenges and rewards of conducting research with persons with dementia. Symposium organized for the Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington DC.

Whitlatch, C.J. & Tucke, S.S. (2004, July). Cultural variation in early stage dementia caregiving: Do family caregivers know their relative’s preferences for care? Presented at the 12th National Alzheimer’s Disease Education Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2004, April). Translating research findings into practical interventions for family caregiver and care recipient dyads. Paper presented at joint conference of The National Council on the Aging and the American Society on Aging, San Francisco, CA.

Whitlatch, C.J., Judge, K.S., Abraham, M. & Mostade, J. (2004, March). The faces of Caregiving: How older adults and family caregivers think about the care situation. Presented at the Margaret Blenkner Research Institute’s Community Forum, Cleveland, OH.