Monthly News Roundup – December 2015

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In November, the blog observed National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month. Many topics related to Alzheimer’s and caregiving were covered and with two new copy editors, the goal is to continue producing quality articles for our readers. The blog is also hosting a book giveaway so make sure to participate! The deadline is December 31, 2015. Let’s take a look at what happened this past month!


On the Blog


In the News


November Peer Reviews


Featured Company

The National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE) is an international network of researchers, practitioners, students, and seniors dedicated to improving the care of older adults, both in Canada and abroad. Members represent a broad spectrum of disciplines and professions, including geriatric medicine, gerontological nursing, gerontological social work, gerontology, rehabilitation science, sociology, psychology, policy, and law. NICE partners with industry, various organizations, and universities, and the Canadian federal government. The network also has an international arm called the International Collaboration for the Care of the Elderly (ICCE) that fosters collaboration with experts in aging across the globe. For more information, please visit NICE.


Events


Just for Fun


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