February 9, 2015

Geriatrics Center & Program for Positive Aging Study Highlighted

A multi-disciplinary study, featuring collaboration between the U-M Program for Positive Aging and U-M Geriatrics Center, has been included in an online collection of the most downloaded articles published in Routledge Health and Social Care journals in 2014. The collection highlights the top three most downloaded articles that were published in 2014 in each Routledge Health and Social Care journal.

The title of the study is ‘Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy With Older Adults: An Exploratory Study,’ published in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work. Collaborating on the study were Mariko Foulk, Clinical Social Worker in Geriatrics; Berit Ingersoll-Dayton, Professor of Social Work; Janet Kavanagh, Director of Development for PPA; Elizabeth Robinson, Research Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; and Helen Kales, Professor of Psychiatry, Director of PPA and Associate Director for Geriatrics Center Research on Mental Health and Aging.http://bit.ly/health-social-care-most-read