Tideswell at UCSF launches a new video series “Conversations with Caregivers”

July 12, 2017

Tideswell at UCSF launched its new video series “Conversations with Caregivers” – practical advice from real family caregivers who care

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Tideswell’s Deborah Barnes shares the success of her PLIÉ Program: Improving Function & Quality of Life in Vets with Dementia

June 28, 2017

Tideswell’s Senior Investigator Deborah Barnes, PhD, MPH developed the following video pitch about her program called PLIÉ: Prevention of Loss

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Tideswell’s Deborah Barnes to Present at the Alzheimer’s Association Annual Conference

October 23, 2015

Senior Investigator Dr. Deborah Barnes will present her work on PLIÉ: Preventing Loss of Independence through Exercise at the 2015

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A Feature on UCSF’s Care at Home Program

July 31, 2015

Tideswell at UCSF has collaborated with Dr. Helen Kao to share a day in the life as a Housecalls doctor.  Dr.

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Dr. Chodos Featured on KQED – Avoiding Common Health Care Mistakes as You Age

May 29, 2015

Dr. Anna Chodos was featured on KQED to share her expertise on healthy aging and geriatric health care. Listen at KQED

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Monitoring Mom and Dad

May 20, 2015

Christine Ritchie, MD, MSPH, Director of Tideswell, was quoted in the recent article “Monitoring Mom and Dad – Children use

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Deb Barnes to Give Keynote at Alzheimer’s Association Retreat

May 6, 2015

On Thursday, May 14th Deb Barnes, Senior Investigator of Tideswell at UCSF, will deliver the Opening Keynote on PLIE: Preventing Loss

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Design Challenge Winners Announced!

April 14, 2015

The finals for the Stanford Center on Longevity’s Design Challenge took place on Thursday April 9th, 2015, hosted in collaboration with

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Ageism in Healthcare Hurts Our Patients

March 18, 2015

Historically, scientific research has not focused on the needs and concerns of older adults or their caregivers. Older adults are

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The Invisible Homebound: Setting Quality-Of-Care Standards for Home-Based Primary and Palliative Care

January 8, 2015

The National Home-Based Primary and Palliative Care Network, created by Christine Ritchie, MD with Dr. Bruce Leff from Johns Hopkins

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New Buildings for Older People

November 10, 2014

“Just as green architecture and design came into being in response to the energy crisis of the late 1970s, we

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Financial Elder Exploitation Panel Discussion

October 23, 2014

Tideswell at UCSF and the Institute on Aging hosted a panel discussion on financial elder exploitation for older adults and

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Caring for an Aging Population – Innovations in Geriatrics

June 21, 2014

About 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day, and the number of seniors is expected to top 70 million by

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Tips for Choosing Care for an Aging or Ailing Family Member

May 4, 2014

Hiring an in-home caregiver or home health aide may be a more amenable and less expensive solution for older adults

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Diagnosing Dementia Early

May 2, 2014

“To diagnose [dementia] early is to give people a chance to be a part of planning for the future in

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House Calls Are Making a Comeback

April 20, 2014

“House Calls Are Making a Comeback” states the aptly titled New York Times article, which discusses the reemergence of the

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Loneliness in Older Adults

March 11, 2012

Loneliness has been found to cause serious health problems and even death, according to new research findings by Drs. Carla Perissinotto

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