This episode of Public Health Impact (PHI), produced by the University of Georgia College of Public Health, addresses efforts currently underway to prepare the state of Georgia for a growing aging population with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Guests are: Dr. James Bulot, director of the Georgia Division of Aging Services; Dr. Toni Miles, professor and director of the Institute of Gerontology, College of Public Health; Dr. Kerstin Emerson, assistant professor, Institute of Gerontology, College of Public Health; Dr. Anne Glass, associate professor and associate director of the Institute of Gerontology, College of Public Health; and Sen. Renee Unterman (R-Buford), chair of the Georgia Senate's Health and Human Services Committee. Interviews were recorded at the Georgia Capitol Building in Atlanta and Rhodes Hall, the College of Public Health's new administrative home on the UGA Health Sciences Campus.
PHI, now in its fourth season, is hosted by Dr. Cham Dallas and Dr. Phaedra Corso, faculty members in the college's Department of Health Policy and Management, and filmed at various locations on the UGA Health Science Campus and Athens, Ga.
Learn more at http://www.publichealth.uga.edu/PHIepisodes.
Date Added: 2020-12-18
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