Public Policy & Aging Report, published quarterly, explores policy issues generated by the aging of American society. Edited by Boston University policy expert Robert B. Hudson, each thematic issue is designed to stimulate debate, highlight emerging concerns, and propose alternative policy options. Recent issues have addressed: legal and policy issues associated with end-of-life care; technology and aging; income security among older populations of color; Medicare reform; and elder abuse and neglect.
The audience consists of decision-makers in the public and private sectors, advisors and staff to those decision-makers, program administrators, researchers, students, and the interested public. Articles in each issue are informed, to the point, and provocative. Authors are drawn from the leadership ranks of the policy, practice, and research communities. In the Report, these authors are afforded the opportunity to engage readers in a more timely and pressing manner than is afforded through most other publication formats.
This bimonthly e-newsletter highlights key developments and viewpoints in the field of aging policy from a wide variety of sources, including articles and reports circulating in the media, academy, think tanks, private sector, government and nonprofit organizations.
The goal of this email publication is to reach teachers, students, and citizens interested in aging-related issues, especially those who may not have easy access to policy information disseminated both in Washington and around the country.
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The Civic Engagement E-Newsletter informs readers about efforts to advance research, programs, and policy that support older adults as a civic resource.
This e-newsletter highlights key developments related to civic engagement in later life from a wide variety of sources, including articles and reports circulating in the media, academy, think tanks, private sector, government, and nonprofit organizations.
Written by GSA's policy advisor, Brian Lindberg, the policy columns from Gerontology News cover topics such as advocacy tips, legislative forecasts, interviews with political figures, and Capitol Hill updates. Gerontology News is GSA’s monthly newsletter that discusses Society events (including the Annual Scientific Meeting), news on members, funding opportunities, resources for aging researchers, policy issues, and legislative actions.