Learning How to Support Brain Health – October CARE Connections

Could community resources help address racial disparities in dementia by supporting brain health? That’s one of the questions driving UW–Madison School of Nursing assistant professor Megan Zuelsdorff’s research. Read about her work in the October …

Working towards equity for older adults: Virtual CARE Network discussion Sept 30

Please join the School of Nursing’s Center for Aging Research and Education (CARE) for an interprofessional CARE Network discussion of faculty work to advance equity for different older adult populations on Wednesday September 30 from 1 …

Working towards equity for older adults: Virtual CARE Network discussion Sept 30

Please join the School of Nursing’s Center for Aging Research and Education (CARE) for an interprofessional CARE Network discussion of faculty work to advance equity for different older adult populations on Wednesday September 30 from …

Public Health, Partnerships, and Prevention During the Pandemic – April CARE Connections

COVID-19 has proven especially serious for older adults and long-term care communities. UW–Madison researchers are working with public health practitioners across Wisconsin to identify areas of high need. Read about the School of Nursing’s Wisconsin …

Flex that Memory Muscle: Three Partners Promote Healthy Aging – December CARE Connections

How can researchers ensure that communities benefit from what’s known about healthy cognitive aging? Read how a unique partnership involving the School of Nursing is doing just that, in the December issue of CARE Connections, …