University Assets: In the Right Place

Published On: 6/1/18

University Assets: In the Right Place For older adults, the University of Missouri’s “Aging in Place” model provides positive health outcomes at a reduced cost America’s 75 million aging adults will soon face decisions about where and how to...

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Seniors Live At Home Longer With Health-Monitoring Technology

University of Missouri researchers are using sensors, computers and communication systems, along with supportive health care services to monitor the health of older adults who are living at home. (2009) Press Release @ Medical News Today

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MU Sinclair School of Nursing Interdisciplinary Projects Receive Top Honors from the American Academy of Nursing

Raise the Voice Edge Runners are the practical innovators who have led the way in bringing new thinking and new methods to a wide range of health care challenges. Many senior citizens and their families seek to postpone or avoid nursing...

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A Place for Aging

A place for aging: An MU facility is redefining notions of elder care. (2006) Press Release @ MU Illumination

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Heal Early, Heal Often

Published On: 5/21/13

Heal Early, Heal Often: Marilyn Rantz keeps elders healthy – Mizzou Magazine By Dale Smith | May 21, 2013 Researcher Marilyn Rantz has set out to counter the too-common idea and experience of aging as an inevitable decline into...

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A new frame for aging

Published On: 9/1/2009

A new frame for aging: Mizzou nurses and engineers remake senior living – Mizzou Alumni Association Magazine By Dale Smith | Fall 2009 At age 86, retired factory worker Eva Olweean is an early adopter of technology. She also...

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