More News about Grantees and Staff
Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015
Hartford Change AGEnts Action Awards are one-year grants for up to $10,000 that are available to interprofessional teams led by Hartford alumni for the purpose of achieving meaningful change to practice or policy that will improve the health and wellbeing of older adults and/or their families.
Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015
PHI (www.PHInational.org), a national organization providing a range of technical assistance, including workforce and curriculum development, would like to connect with other Hartford Foundation grantees applying to the 2015 Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program.
Monday, Jan 26, 2015
The University of Utah, College of Nursing is calling for applications for its Post Doctoral Fellowship Program. The Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program, which is funded by a T32 from the National Institute of Nursing Research, builds upon the expertise and research opportunities with the University of Utah Center on Aging, the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing and the funded research at the College of Nursing, including the $7.8 million NIH-funded PO1 grant, Partners in Hospice Care. Applications along with a letter of interest are due on February 1, 2015.
Tuesday, Jan 13, 2015
Kasia Lipska, who was a 2014 T. Franklin Williams/GEMSSTAR scholar, recently wrote an op-ed piece in the New York Times that questions conventional diabetes treatment for the elderly.
Friday, Jan 9, 2015
With its January 2015 issue, Health Affairs - the nation’s leading health policy journal - has launched its Aging & Health series, sponsored by the John A. Hartford Foundation. The series of articles that will appear over the next year will present research, analysis, and commentary about key issues, best practices, and promising innovations in health care delivery and payment that focus on the older adult population. The goal is to inform policy makers and health system leader and help the nation learn from the rapid transformations and testing that are currently underway.
Tuesday, Dec 23, 2014
Hartford Senior Program Officer Amy Berman and Dr. Diane E. Meier, director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal discussing palliative care in light of more patients, especially those with chronic illnesses, increasingly turning to this alternative form of treatment to address the symptoms of their illnesses.
Thursday, Dec 18, 2014
The John A. Hartford Foundation is pleased to announce title changes for two staff members, approved at the December 2014 meeting of the Board of Trustees.
Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014
A $1,055,297 three-year grant to the National Association of Social Workers approved recently by the John A. Hartford Foundation Board of Trustees will launch an advanced training program that equips social work supervisors with the geriatric knowledge and supervisory skills they need to help strengthen social work practice on the front lines of health care service delivery. The Board also approved a $1,951,320 three-year grant to continue and enhance the communications activities of grantees and the Foundation, and a $200,000 grant to the regional grantmaking association, Philanthropy New York.