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A qualitative inquiry into the psychological and psychosocial experiences of young grandmothers Action research study of risk-management practices at a skilled nursing facility Ageism: An investigation of knowledge and attitudes of patrol officers related to their preference to work with older adults including those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias An action research study: Developing an HIV risk assessment tool for an aging population An exploratory study of the gambling behaviors of charity bingo players Archery exercise to promote successful aging through physical activity among baby boomers Assisted living facilities: A qualitative study of staff caregiving training needs in the State of Maryland Bridging the gap: Identifying perceptions of effective teaching methods for age 50+ baby boomer learners Conversations with senior adults about spirituality, death, and dying Counselor assessment of clients from the baby boom era Critical success factors of five-star assisted living facilities: A case study Development of policy and training to improve palliative care services in the long-term care setting Do attitudes towards seeking psychological help influence preference of counseling modality in postparental women? Education, work and mental health: Impacts on senior volunteerism: A qualitative study Exemplary informal caregiving of older adults in rural Maine Exploring How Older Adults Understand the Aging Process Fostering hospital discharge planning: An older adult perspective Generational differences in the perception of leadership styles and practices between members of the Society for Public Health Education Independent living for elderly disabled adults: A qualitative phenomenological study Lift every voice: A qualitative exploration of ageism and heterosexism as experienced by older African American lesbian women and gay men when addressing social services needs Living with Alzheimer's disease: Daughter caregivers and their contemporary families Medicare prescription drug plan enrollment: Qualitatively exploring the perceptions of uncovered seniors Participation in sports as a source of meaning in successful aging Perceived social support and depression: Their relationship among older men Perspectives of spirituality, aging and caregiver stress among adult caregivers Predictors of caregiver burden among older parents caring for their child with an intellectual or developmental disability Respite care for rural Georgia informal caregivers: How they manage and what they need Successful aging in a cultural context: Ethnic influences in the golden years The diagnostic accuracy of a measure of cognitive impairment in elderly veterans The effects of age range, gender, and presence of helpers in measuring the stress and strain of baby boomers caring for aging parents The efficacy of an interdisciplinary Allen cognitive approach in the care of nursing home residents with cognitive deficits The essence of the lived experiences of female octogenarians: A phenomenological study The impact of hospitalist care on the elderly population with community acquired pneumonia in the hospital setting The impact of huddles on safety culture in long term care: An action research case study The impact of music listening on hospice patients' acceptance of a good death: A qualitative study of hospice caregivers' perceptions The impact of satisfaction of life on cognitive functioning in Black elder adults: A correlational study The influence of leadership style on job satisfaction and consumer satisfaction in elder care The inside of aging: A heuristic study of older adult women's internal experience of aging The lived experience of the Green House resident The relationship between race/ethnicity and inpatient hospital utilization and outcomes for heart failure among older adults: A national perspective The role of religion or spirituality in the lives of aging persons residing in independent senior living facilities The use of iPads in a retirement home community to increase social skills: An action research approach