Person- and Family-Oriented Aging

Connell School researchers distinguish themselves in three key areas: health equity for women and children, person- and family-oriented aging, and safety and quality of care. Associate dean for research Christopher Lee calls these categories “Pillars of Innovation.”

Read about CSON's Pillars of Innovation here

 

 

Person- and Family-Oriented Aging

Major areas of science under this pillar of innovation include aging and gerontology, self-management of acute and chronic illness, patient and care partner dyads and caregiving, culturally tailored interventions to prevent illness, and palliative care.