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Claire M. Fagin Hall, Room 118
418 Curie Boulevard
Join us as we debunk common myths about aging. Learn about healthy lifestyles, how to improve functionality and live your life to the fullest. Panelists will discuss the latest technology and how an advance directive can be a positive part of maintaining independence. Attend this for not only yourselves but for your loved ones!
Edward T. Anderson, MD, C'65, M'69 will lead the discussion with panelists Rebecca L. Trotta, PhD, RN, Nu'98, GNu'01, GR'10, Director of Nursing Research and Science, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Aditi Rao, Nu’06, GNu’07, GR’13, Nurse Research Scientist, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Jo-Ana Chase, PhD, APRN-BC, Assistant professor at the University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing, and Kathryn H. Bowles, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI, GR'96, van Ameringen Endowed Professor in Nursing Excellence.
All of our panelists are members of Penn Nursing’s Center for Integrative Science in Aging, which is directed by Dr. Kathryn Bowles. The Center for Integrative Science in Aging members create and translate innovative solutions into practice and policy to improve the ability of older adults to live independently, cope with illness, and achieve optimal health-related quality of life.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Penn Alumni Weekend: May 15th - Friday's Events - Copy