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NIA IMPACT Collaboratory Webinar Series |

The National Institutes on Aging (NIA) Imbedded Pragmatic AD/ADRD Clinical Trials (IMPACT) Collaboratory works to build the nation's capacity to conduct pragmatic clinical trials of interventions embedded within health care systems for people living with dementia and their care partners. The NIA IMPACT Collaboratory will host free webinars on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 12 noon ET addressing these issues. Join here to receive IMPACT updates and reminders. Registration is not required, and a recording of the webinars as well as a companion podcast will be available after the event here
 

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Selected Presentations 

Cornell TRIPLL Webinar Series |

 The Science of Behavioral Change (SOBC) Program- Donald Edmondson, PhD 

Download webinar slides here. 

Cornell TRIPLL Webinar Series |

 Stages of Behavior Change- Lisa Onken, PhD 

Download webinar slides here. 

Duke Roybal Center |

 A Review & Comparison of Frameworks used in Behavioral Intervention Development Research- Susan Czajkowski, PhD 

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Research

Research on resilience in stressful times |

Basil Eldadah, Supervisory Medical Officer, Division of Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology (DGCG) and Lis Nielsen, Director, Division of Behavioral and Social Research (DBSR) 
 

Resilience: something we’re all hoping for during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s the ability of cells, organs, individuals or societies to resist, bounce back from, or successfully adapt to stressors.
 
During home quarantine, loneliness, anxiety, economic uncertainty, and sickness or death among loved ones can compound existing stressors. NIA-supported studies on psychological, physiological, cognitive and other forms of resilience are helping researchers advance toward the goal of better prevention and treatment approaches for older adults.

Roybal Coordinating Center to Accelerate Translational Aging Research

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