Fridays for the Future of Aging – The 2019-2020 Health and Aging Policy Fellows Webinar Series

For their fellowship year Policy Symposium, the 2019-2020 Health and Aging Policy Fellows organized a special three-part webinar series called Fridays for the Future of Aging. The series features experts who are shaping policy for the next decade on the timely and important topics of long-term care, workforce issues, and the global impact of aging. The webinar recordings are available here:

  1. Too Little Too Late: The Past, Present and Future of Long Term Care – Friday, September 11, 2020
  2. Reimagining the Eldercare Workforce: Innovating to Improve Care – Friday, September 18, 2020
  3. Economic Security and Global Aging – Friday, September 25, 2020

Capstone Conversations with the 2019-2020 Fellows and Melissa Batchelor

For this year’s Capstone, Alumni Fellow Melissa Batchelor (2017-2018) is conducting a special interview series with the Current (2019-2020) Fellows on her podcast, This is Getting Old: Moving Towards an Age-Friendly World. Check back here weekly for new episodes!

  1. Elder Care: Past and Future with Joanne Lynn, MD, MA, MS
  2. National Alliance for Caregiving with Lisa O’Neill, DBH, MPH
  3. Senior Nutrition with Marie Gualtieri, PhD
  4. How Nurses Can Influence Health Policy with Alison Hernandez, PhD, RN
  5. The Role of Social Workers in Nursing Homes with Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, MSW
  6. Mental Health and Older Adults: Important Concerns and Future Directions with Luming Li, MD
  7. US Senate Special Committee on Aging: An Interview with Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) with Thomas Eagen, PhD, MPH and Lieke van Heumen, PhD
  8. Policy Lessons from Covid with Lieke van Heumen, PhD
  9. Learning from What We’ve Lost: Protecting LTC Residents & Staff with Cinnamon St. John, MPA, MA
  10. Bringing the Washington, DC Healthcare Policy Experience to Quinnipiac University with Angela S. Mattie, Esq., MPH