Registration for the 2022 Healthy Aging Education Series, formerly Mini Medical School, opens online Nov. 2. Classes begin on Feb 5, 2022. Classes are offered as live webinars with an opportunity for participants to interact virtually with the presenters.
UC Davis Health announces a large-scale expansion in Folsom that offers a prime location to deliver wellness, community, convenience and excellent care for patients. Also in the works is a first-in-the-world “Community for Health and Independence” development to promote healthy aging.
UC Davis Health is leading the way in making sure that every day, every older adult receives age-friendly health care. The UC Davis Medical Center Emergency Department puts principles into practice to benefit patients.
The UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center turns 30 this year. Although scientists still do not fully understand what causes Alzheimer’s disease, much has been learned during the past three decades about the complex factors that can lead to dementia.
Published by the UC Davis Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, the Planning Healthy Aging Communities report offers a unique planning-for-health perspective to developers, planners, builders, and policy makers.
In “Fast-Forward,” director Michael Eric Hurtig follows four millennials and their parents as they travel through time, then navigate the realizations, conversations and mindset required to age successfully. The UC Davis Health community is invited to view the film, then join Hurtig and health experts for a panel discussion on healthy aging.
UC Davis Health is leading the way in making sure that every day, every older adult receives age-friendly health care.
Heather M. Young has dedicated her career to improving the lives and well-being of older adults. But for her — and millions of others — the coronavirus pandemic brings the challenges to life.
A new clinic designed for older adults and their family caregivers opens for internal referrals.
The California Master Plan for Aging outlines five bold goals and 23 strategies to tackle the growing older-adult population and build a California for all ages by 2030.
Internationally recognized expert in gerontological nursing and nursing education Terri Harvath becomes 77th president of the nation’s largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to the field of aging.
NICHE membership demonstrates UC Davis Health’s organizational commitment and continued progress in improving quality and enhancing the patient and family experience of older adults.