Supported Projects

Citing Aging Work Group Support

For Aging Work Group members that have benefited from an internal or external review, please make sure to recognize the group in published papers or other dissemination efforts as follows:

“The authors would like to thank the University of Minnesota Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation’s Aging Work Group for providing review support for this study.”


Funded Studies Supported by Aging Work Group Review

Refining a Driving Cessation Management Intervention for Person with Dementia and their Family Caregivers: CarFreeMe (National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging, R21AG067537, PI: Gaugler)

Person-Centered and Health Care Utilization Outcomes of Home and Community Based Care Recipients With and Without Alzheimer’s Disease and Its Related Dementias (National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging, RF1 AG069771, PI: T.P. Shippee)

Preferred Hospital-SNF Relationships and Variation in Information Sharing Practices: Impact on Care Transitions for Persons with AD/ADRD (National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging, 1R03AG072215-01, PI: Cross)

Implementing Telehealth to Enhance Access to Quality Rehabilitation Following a Hospitalization for Veterans With Cognitive Impairment (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 1K12 HS026379-01, Project PI: Gustavson, K12 PI: Beebe, Minnesota Learning Health System Mentored Career Development Program).

Addressing the Needs of Key Subgroups of Caregivers of Persons with Dementia After Loss Using Self-Determination Theory: A Mixed Methods Approach (National Institute on Aging, K99AG073463, PI: Baker).

Identifying Unmet Needs Driving Disproportionate and Avoidable Nursing Home Placements among Black and Latino Persons Living With Dementia (National Institute on Aging, 1K76AG074922-01, PI: Travers).

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