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Save the Date! Expert in Improving Outcomes and Reducing the Cost of Care Comes to the Triangle

The 2010 Carol Hogue Distinguished Lectureship on May 6, 2010, is open to the public. It is part of the Duke-Carolina Visiting Professorship in geriatric nursing underwritten by Blue-Cross Blue-Shield of North Carolina.
This year’s speaker is Mary D. Naylor, PhD, FAAN, RN, the Marian S. Ware Professor in Gerontology. She is also the director of NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.
Since 1989, Naylor has led an interdisciplinary program of research designed to improve outcomes and reduce costs of care for vulnerable community-based older adults. In addition, she has extensive experience with intervention design and translating interventions into practice. To date, she and her research team have completed three NINR-funded RCTs focusing on discharge planning and home follow-up of high-risk older adults by advanced practice nurses.
More information about the Durham location and time of her lecture will follow.
Call or write to put your name on an information list: (919) 966-4619 or whitney_howell@unc.edu.
The 2010 Carol Hogue Distinguished Lectureship on May 6, 2010, is open to the public. It is part of the Duke-Carolina Visiting Professorship in geriatric nursing underwritten by Blue-Cross Blue-Shield of North Carolina.
This year’s speaker is Mary D. Naylor, PhD, FAAN, RN, the Marian S.

Dr. Mary Naylor is the 2010 Duke-Carolina Visiting Professor in Geriatric Nursing. She will present this year's Carol Hogue Distinguished Lecture.

Dr. Mary Naylor is the 2010 Duke-Carolina Visiting Professor in Geriatric Nursing. She will present this year's Carol Hogue Distinguished Lectureship.

Ware in Gerontology. She is also the director of NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

Since 1989, Naylor has led an interdisciplinary program of research designed to improve outcomes and reduce costs of care for vulnerable community-based older adults. In addition, she has extensive experience with intervention design and translating interventions into practice. To date, she and her research team have completed three NINR-funded RCTs focusing on discharge planning and home follow-up of high-risk older adults by advanced practice nurses.
More information about the Durham location and time of her lecture will follow.
Call or write to put your name on an information list: (919) 966-4619 or whitney_howell@unc.edu.