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MEDCOLL 7795 Issues and Trends in Aging
Credit hours: 2 per Semester
Cluster: Gerontology, Non-Nursing Courses
https://registrar.osu.edu/courses/

 

Course Level: Masters

Course Type: PhD

IPE: No

Course Open to: Both Phd and DNP students

Institution:The Ohio State University

Pre-requisites: none

Course Description: Never before has it been more important for providers, funders, administrators, and evaluators to work collaboratively to deliver, promote, and assure patient/client centered care. A broad understanding of the social, political, and economic environment that both informs and drives our ability to promote and provide responsive services is crucial yet often difficult to obtain. This course will introduce you to select national, state and local policy issues related to caring for an older population. Regardless of your practice setting, the broader political and social framework and policy considerations impact your ability to serve our aging population. This course will provide you with the opportunity to assess some of these concerns, and then reflect upon how they relate to your work environment. We will focus on major social changes and issues related to the aging of our population and we will use a problem-based approach to address a number of important controversies. Included will be topics such as Social Security, Medicare, long term care, generational equity, entitlements based on age, rationing, family responsibility, and what happens when good people make bad choices. For each topic, the focus will be on how these issues impact upon current practice and how they will continue to challenge practitioners in the future.

 

Method of Instruction: Online

Delivery Platform: Carmen

Campus visits required: 0

Course Contact: Katie Larabee

email: larabee.9@osu.edu

 

Tuition: 0

 

Other considerations: .

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

FALL 2018

Section: 10
Instructor:Diana Kubovcik
Seats:3
Credits: 2 / Semester



FALL 2017

Section: 10
Instructor:Diana Kubovcik
Seats:2
Credits: 2 / Semester



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