PRFTRN181-001 Alzheimers Disease Public Policy Overview (with Michael Splaine)

PRFTRN181-001 Alzheimers Disease Public Policy Overview (with Michael Splaine)

National, state/regional and local governments are paying more attention to the problem of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia, frequently designating staff to facilitate dementia planning processes or implement programs. Forty-nine states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico have dementia plans and 7 states are updating plans that are 5 years old. Chile just became the 30th nation with a national plan; the World Health Organization (WHO) has just established a target of all nations having a plan or substantial Alzheimer's disease policy or program within a broader national policy frame such as a non-communicable disease plan in the next 5 years. This certificate offers age care professionals training in Alzheimer's disease/dementia issues, information about effective policy approaches, and resources to mobilize activities that make sense for governments at different levels.

For more information about this program, please visit: https://www.umb.edu/academics/caps/corporate/alzheimers_policy_certificate.

Credit(s):

1 CEU

Location:

Online

Day(s) and Time(s):

Jun 5-Jun 26
Web Conf: Tu 1:00-3:00p

Availability:

Registration for this course is closed.
Class Number:1724nc_Smr2018
Your Price: $250.00

For more information, please contact:

Shona Jackson
shona.jackson@umb.edu