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evaluation There are compelling data available, both for the rapidly expanding older adult pop-ulation, and for the value of evidence-based health promotion and disease management programs (EBHPs). The systems approach to transforming our aging services deliv-ery system has been brilliant, but there is an important system missing – our educa-tional system. Building the infrastructure to create embedded and accessible healthy aging programs must take into account workforce preparation. Most of the peo-ple currently working in the aging services delivery system are doing so without th

Topics: gerontology education, career technical education, workforce development, competency-based education, faculty development, educational
Year: 2016
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