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MBRI Presentation Archive: 2006

Clark, P.A., Whitlatch, C.J., & Tucke, S.S. (2006, November). Consistency of information from persons with dementia over time. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Ejaz, F. K., Bass, D. M., Peters, B., Looman, W., Rentsch, J., & Lutian, K. (2006, March). Survey Of Direct Care Workforce Issues In Cuyahoga County. In symposium on Long-Term Care Workforce Investment: Building a Toolkit of Resources for Recruitment and Retention. Presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.

Ejaz, F. K., & Noelker, L. S. (2006, November). Better Education = Better Jobs: The impact of job preparation, ongoing education and training on job satisfaction and commitment among direct care workers. In Symposium on Policy and Practice Implications of New Long-Term Workforce. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. San Francisco, CA.

Ejaz, F. K., Noelker, L. S., Menne, H. L., & Fox K. M. (2006, November). Predictors of Nurse Assistant Satisfaction With Supervision. Presented at the Gerontological Society of America 59th Annual Scientific Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Straker, J., & Ejaz, F. K. (2006, November) What’s Satisfaction Got To Do With It? The Relationship of Resident and Family Satisfaction to Other Measures of Facility Quality. Presented at the Gerontological Society of America 59th Annual Scientific Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Ejaz, F. K. (2006, November). How to respond to your satisfaction survey results. Teleconference presentation for Ohio KePro, Ohio’s Quality Improvement Organization.

Ejaz, F. K., Noelker, L. S., Menne, H., & Fox, K. (2006, September). The Impact of Job Preparation, Ongoing Education and Training on Job Satisfaction and Commitment Among Front-Line Workers and Their Supervisors. Presented at the Future of Aging Services Conference, American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. Washington, D. C.

Ejaz, F. K., Bass, D. M., Peters, B., Looman, W., Rentsch, J., & Lutian, K. (2006, March). Survey of Direct Care Workforce Issues in Cuyahoga County. In symposium on Long-Term Care Workforce Investment: Building a Toolkit of Resources for Recruitment and Retention. Presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.

Ejaz, F. K., Fox, K., Menne, H., & Noelker, L. S. (2006, March). Factors Affecting Nursing Assistants’ Intent to Remain on the Job. Presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.

Feinberg, L. F., Bass, D. M., Golden, R. L., Maslow, K., & Zarit, S. H. (2006, November). A National Consensus Report on Caregiver Assessment: Translating Research Into Policy and Practice. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Judge, K.S., Looman, W.J., Fox, K.M., Bailey, C., Greenfield, S., & Yarry, S. Development of an Educational Cognitive Rehabilitation Skills Program for Persons with Dementia and Their Family Caregivers. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. 2006; Dallas, TX.

Looman, W.J., Bass, D. M. & Lutian, K. R. (2006, November). Development Of A Consumer Satisfaction Survey For A Community-Based Geriatric Mental Health Program. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Looman, W. J., Bass, D. M., & Lutian, K. R. (2006, November) Mental Health Practice and Aging: Development of a Consumer Satisfaction Survey for a Community-Based Geriatric Mental Health Program. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Menne, H.L. & Whitlatch C.J. (2006, September). Decision-making involvement of persons with dementia. Poster presented at the BSG Conference, Wales, UK.

Menne, H.L. (2006, November). Assessing decision-making involvement of persons with dementia. Paper presented as part of the symposium, Three measures to assess care-related stressors and outcomes in family care dyads, at the Gerontological Society of America conference, Dallas, TX.

Menne, H.L., Noelker, L.S., Ejaz, F.K., & Fox, K.M. (2006, November). The importance of organizational practices and personal characteristics on nursing assistant job satisfaction. Poster presented at the Gerontological Society of America conference, Dallas, TX.

Menne, H. L., Whitlatch, C. J., Clark, P. A., Tucke, S. S., & Johnson, J. D. (2006, November). Research and interventions for family care dyads. Poster presented at the Reflecting on 100 Years of Alzheimer’s: The Global Impact on Quality of Lives conference. Cleveland, OH.

Menne, H.L. (2006, September) Outcomes and implications for intervention based on dyadic research. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the BSG Conference, Wales, UK.

Menne, H.L., Whitlatch, C.J., Clark, P.A., & Tucke, S.S. (2006, April). For persons with cognitive impairment, what contributes to their quality of life? Poster presented at the Fourth Annual Research ShowCASE, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.

Menne, H.L. & Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, March). “How involved are you . . ?”: Decision-making involvement and individuals with dementia. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE), Bowling Green, OH.

Noelker, L. S.. (2006, March) Evidence-based practice in aging services: Promises and pitfalls. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging/National Council on Aging, Anaheim, California.

Noelker, L.S. (2006, March) Long term care workforce investment: Building a toolkit of resources for recruitment and retention. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging/National Council on Aging, Anaheim, California.

Noelker, L.S., (2006, March). New information technology: Comprehensive care for clients and their case managers in a mental health program. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging/National Council on Aging, Anaheim, California.

Noelker, L. S., Bass, D. M., & Rahl, B. (2006, January). Implementing Personal Health Records For Elderly Mental Health Clients. Presented at the second annual meeting of the National PHR Project, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sebern, M., & Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, November). Measuring relationship strain from perspectives of both members of a family care dyad. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, November). Understanding and lessening discrepancies in care preferences within family care dyads. Paper presented as part of symposium organized for the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Whitlatch, C.J., & Clare, L. (2006, November). Three measures to assess care-related stressors and outcomes in family care dyads. Symposium organized for the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, November). Dyad research in family care: Measures to assess family caregivers and persons living with dementia. Paper presented as part of symposium organized for the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, November). Innovations in assessing psychosocial preferences and delivering individualized care. Discussant presentation as part of “State-of-the-art Symposium” organized for the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, September). Research and interventions with family caregivers and persons with dementia. Symposium organized for the annual meeting of the British Society of Gerontology, University of Bangor, Wales, UK.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, September). Longitudinal research with family care dyads living with dementia. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the British Society of Gerontology, University of Bangor, Wales, UK.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, October). Research and interventions for family caregivers and persons with dementia. Gerontology Group Colloquium, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Cleveland, Ohio.

Whitlatch, C.J. (2006, March). Using research, assessment, and intervention to help caregiving families. Lecture presented at for Health Care Administration Long Term Care (graduate course), Cleveland State University, Ohio.