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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Gerontological Nursing Education
    Graduate Schools guide The UT Health School of Nursing ranked 19th among 395 master s programs surveyed and its gerontological geriatric nursing program is ranked No 8 of the top 10 in this specialty Offering two geriatric graduate nursing programs the UT Health SON has a course of study for you to pursue in the field of geriatric nursing either as Clinical Nursing Specialist or Geriatric Nurse Practitioner At the

    Original URL path: https://nursing.uth.edu/coa/education.htm (2013-06-13)
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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Continuing Education
    the top five percent of the nation s nursing schools in the U S News World Report s 2010 edition of the influential America s Best Graduate Schools guide You will be learning from nationally and internationally recognized faculty and instructors The focus of our continuing education promotes aging related topics for both undergraduate and graduate students Center on Aging Center on Aging Home CoA News Research Research Home Stroke

    Original URL path: https://nursing.uth.edu/coa/continuing.htm (2013-06-13)
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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Video Training
    requires only 12 minutes to watch enabling direct care staff to view the tape immediately prior to and or following a shift Preview Video Clips Print Standard Order Form Having trouble viewing these PDF documents You may need to update your Adobe Acrobat PDF Viewer Supplemental Resources Enrich the experience of the How to Identify Prevent Pressure Ulcers video with these additional resources for download InService Presentation A Full download

    Original URL path: https://nursing.uth.edu/coa/professional.htm (2013-06-13)
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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Conference Information
    centered around family caregiving Has spent the past 20 plus years working with older adults in a variety of health care settings As a Nurse Researcher worked with stroke survivors and their spouses exploring the impact of how a stroke affects a family Presentations to Help You Stay Healty Independent pdf Presentations to Learn How to Cope with Aging pdf Presentations to Learn How to Care for a Aging Parent

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Caregiving
    other hand there are caregivers who find caring for an older adult challenging leaving the caregiver feeling exhausted and frustrated Therefore caregivers whether spouse children family members friends or paid assistants need to take care of themselves too The following links are provided to serve as a resource to help you find other people who are sharing your joys and your headaches and to find resources that may assist you in providing care for your loved one Web Resources on Aging These links are provided as a resource to help quickly find information online The UTHealth Center On Aging does not accept responsibility for the content or accuracy of any of the sites listed Video Caregiving National Stroke Association Awareness National Stroke Association Advocacy My Medicare Matters This Caring Home Alzheimer s Association UTHealth Health Leader articles on Caregiving Home Coming Guide to stroke survivor home care The Way We Were How to be a caregiver and still be a couple after a stroke NPH The Great Pretender It looks like Parkinson s acts like Alzheimer s seems like dementia The difference It s treatable Ask the Experts Elder Care Geriatric Medicine Center on Aging Center on Aging Home CoA

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Healthy Aging
    for help and accept help when needed Relationships are Essential Humans are social beings developing connections with others that are often maintained over a lifetime Not only do successful agers maintain close relationships with family and friends but they also develop new relationships by participating in their community Reflecting on the past with friends and family members strengthens these relationships Reliance and Adaptability Maintaining a flexible attitude helps successful agers bounce back from life s misfortunes This ability to make changes as we age helps us maintain a balance in life and enables us to transition as function declines Keep Playing Successful agers cultivate their interests particularly non work related ones before retirement Engaging in fun activities enlarges your circle of friends creating a support network and helps you keep a healthy happy outlook toward life Healthy Habits Eat healthy and exercise Quit bad habits Drink in moderation and stop smoking If you re struggling with health habits find a role model and observe their habits Keep Learning Retirement doesn t mean retreating from the world It s a time to learn new skills and interests Aging people with new interests have more positive experiences and learning keeps you from being locked in place Healthy Attitudes Positive attitudes are essential for successful aging Negative attitudes contribute to physical and mental illnesses which reduce life span and quality of life Maintaining Autonomy A sense of choice is essential to successful aging Individuals who learn how to maintain their independence as their life changes will age successfully Risk taking should be allowed if it allows elderly people to live their life with their boots on Storytelling Successful agers are able to tell stories about themselves and share them with their families Reliving these stories helps them find purpose in their life UT

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Newsletters
    the Latest Issue of our COA Newsletters To view our newsletters online simply click a banner button Subscribe to selected newsletters by submitting your email address The latest issue will automatically be sent to you Please contact us directly for information about printed Newsletter offerings Subscribe to the Center on Aging eNewsletter Enter your email address Subscribe to COA News Subscribe to the Recovery Journal Enter your email address Subscribe

    Original URL path: https://nursing.uth.edu/coa/newsletters.htm (2013-06-13)
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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Friends & Donors
    Kelsey Seybold at the time of his death in 1993 Dr Trumble received his MD from Creighton University internship at DePaul Hospital in St Louis and surgical residency at Mercy Hospital in Denver He served in the navy for 27 years retiring as a captain While in the service he earned the Master of Public Health degree and qualified in aerospace medicine Dr Trumble served in the medical front units during the Vietnam War served in the Lebanon crisis and the Cuban crisis Mrs Trumble remembers his great sense of humor and his wonderful jokes Mrs Mary Trumble his wife of 38 years is a registered nurse and a geriatric nurse practitioner She is an alumna of the master s nursing program at UT Houston Health Science Center She earned a BS in 1991 and an MS and GNP in 1992 She is currently working at St Joseph Hospital in Hospice development She was active with Marian Wilson in the development of the new hospice located on Braes Bayou and they are currently working on another one to be associated with St Joseph s The Trumble s had five children Steven Kathleen Patricia Theresa and Theodore Joseph Joe They all live in Houston With the exception of Patricia Trumble Research Professors Nancy Bergstrom PhD RN 2000 present Sharon K Ostwald PhD RN 1994 1998 Joseph C Valley Sr Memorial Trust Fund for Gerontological Nursing A 500 000 annuity was established by the Joseph C Valley Sr family and the law firm of John O Quinn and Associates both of Houston to help improve nursing care of the elderly through education and clinical training for students and faculty at The University of Texas Houston Health Science Center School of Nursing Joseph C Valley Sr was a resident of a Houston nursing

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