The goal of the Stanford University’s Internet based Successful Aging (iSAGE) is to promote successful aging and end of life care for multi-cultural older adults. iSAGE is a FREE, online, multi-media rich, skill-based training program that offers comprehensive distance learning and support resources.
Successful Mini-fellowship Highlights:
- Both health professionals as well as lay people interested in learning about Successful Aging are eligible to apply for the mini-fellowship
- Training will include self-paced knowledge acquisition using video lectures by national experts, study of seminal scientific articles, interactive video exercises, assignments and quizzes
- All participants will have opportunities to learn about key principles of ethno-geriatrics and end of life care
- On completion of the iSAGE program, participants will receive a certificate of completion
- All participants will be able to interact with course instructors as well as their peers mini-fellows in the iSAGE collaborative learning community on an ongoing basis.
The iSAGE training program is a self-paced, self-study program and has three parts as follows:
Part 1 of iSAGE will immerse participants in the over arching scientific principles of successful aging and end of life care.
Part 2 will focus on quality care of multicultural older Americans.
Part 3 will be a scholarly project, which will include mentored field work during which the participant will complete a mini-dissertation in the area of their interest and submit a final report to be graded by experts. The scholarly project should be specifically designed to positively impact at least five older Americans in some small and specific way. The course director will mentor mini-fellows on choice of the scholarly project. Mini-fellows are encouraged to collaborate with their peers in the iSAGE program in completing their field work.
We have iSAGE mini-fellows starting every month around 20th. To register please submit your iSAGE application.
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