Course announcement for Spring 2023
GRN 501: Life Transitions and Health in Aging
3 credits, entirely online
GRN 501 IS ONE OF THREE COURSES IN THE UMAINE INTERPROFESSIONAL GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN GERONTOLOGY
Jennifer Crittenden, PhD, Assistant Professor of Social Work and UMaine Center on Aging Associate Director with lectures from interprofessional guest faculty from psychology, dentistry, social work, geriatrics/healthcare, and human development.
If interested and have questions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Course topics include:
Cultural and social issues of aging; Developmental milestones; Physiological and psychological aspects of aging; Concepts of cognitive and physiologic reserve; Common chronic illnesses; Ethical principles in end-of- life decisions; The 4M’s of Age-Friendly Healthcare