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Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health

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Edward R. Roybal Center for Translational Research
PI: David Roth, PhD

 
Pilot Core
 
The Pilot Core offers an important mechanism to attract new investigators and new scientific approaches for addressing the family and social support resources of older adult populations. Vulnerable older adults with inadequate informal support resources are at increased risk for many healthcare and independent living problems. JHRC supported pilot studies are the key vehicles for the translation of existing findings and theoretical frameworks into reasearch programs that are directed toward the development of applied products adn toward building a sufficient evidence base for the widespread adoption of those products. Through the mentorship experience of its co-leaders and the regular progress reports and meetings they organize, the Pilot Core assists pilot program investigators to develop a clear roadmap of where they are headed adn a strategic vision of how to build sucessful and sustainable programs. 
 
Funded Pilot Studies
 

Study Leader

Study Title

Year 1

Jennifer Schrack, PhD

Quantitative Asessment of Caregiving and Free-Living Physical Activity in Stroke Survivors

Sarah Szanton, PhD

Developing and Testing a Tailored Intervention to Improve the Social Networks and Functioning of Older Adults with End Stage Renal Disease

Jennifer Wolff, PhD

Involving Family to Improve Communication about Safe and Effective Medication Use for Older Primary Care Patients with Dementia

Year 2

Cynthia Boyd, PhD

Engaging Family Members in Addressing Medication Regimen Complexity in Home Health Care After Hospital Discharge

Frank Lin, MD

Addressing Hearing Impairment and Social Engagement Through Hearing Health Care: Baltimore HEARS

Quincy Samus, PhD

Feasibility of computer-assisted direct observational methodology for the assessment of agitation among persons with dementia in the home environment

Year 3

Hae Ra Han, RN, PhD, FAAN

Dementia Literacy Education and Navigation for Caregivers of Korean Elders with Probable Dementia

Katherine A. Marx, PhD, MPH

Expanding resources for dementia caregivers through a web-based platform: The WeCareAdvisorTM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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Events

COAH Scientific Seminar Series

Pepper Scholars Program Research-in-Progress Meeting

EBA Research-in-Progress Meeting

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FEATURED

The EBA Training Program is now accepting post-doctoral applications

JHU Pepper Center is now accepting proposals

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