GSA Names 60 New Fellows

Fellow status is peer recognition for outstanding contributions to the field of gerontology and represents the highest category of GSA membership. This distinction comes at varying points in a person’s career and is given for diverse activities that include research, teaching, administration, public service, practice, and notable participation in the Society. Fellows are chosen from across GSA’s membership groups.

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Countering ageism by changing how we talk about aging

The National Center to Reframe Aging is dedicated to ending ageism by advancing an equitable and complete story about aging in America. The center is the trusted source for proven communication strategies and tools to effectively frame aging issues.

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Continuing Education for GSA 2024!

Continuing education is being offered through a joint partnership between Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and the Gerontological Society of America for the GSA 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting.

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Workshops at GSA 2024!

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Ageism First Aid will help change how you think and feel about older people and aging. It will also help improve your communication with and about older people, which will help improve the quality of life of older people where you live, work, and study. Ageism First Aid is a three-module course designed to prepare you for work in the field of aging and to provide professional development for those of you already working in the field. This course is intended for teenagers and adults of all ages and all educational and language backgrounds.

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