The Helen Bader Office of Applied Gerontology is thrilled to be a community partner for the 2020 Minority Health Film Festival. In Our Right Mind is the untold story of how neurocognitive disorders are having a disproportionate and devastating impact on people of color. Available to view through September 24th. Go to https://mkefilm.org/mhff for more info and to purchase tickets. Watch the roundtable discussion on the struggles that many families face in caring for a loved one diagnosed with dementia.



Dr. Galambos leading a public session for the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s consensus study committee on Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults: Opportunities for the Health Care System.


The mission of the Helen Bader Office of Applied Gerontology is to promote optimal aging and strengthen connections with community partners by advancing opportunities in gerontology education, research and training for students, faculty, and the community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Colleen Galambos, PhD

Helen Bader Endowed Chair in Applied Gerontology

galamboc@uwm.edu

Jen Kahn-Pettigrew, MSW, CAPSW

Coordinator for Education and Programming

kahnpet2@uwm.edu
414-229-6888

Mikayla Kinnison

Program Associate

kinnison@uwm.edu
414-229-3289

Laura Rollin

Research Assistant

lmrollin@uwm.edu

Applied Gerontology Interest Form for Students

Books
  • Galambos, C.M., Greene, R. R., Cohen, H.L., & Kropf, N.P. (2018). Foundations of social work practice in the field of aging: A competency-based approach (2nd ed). Washington, D.C.: NASW.
  • Greene, R.R., Galambos, C. M., Greene, N. (2016). Social work with the aged and their families (4th ed.). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Aldine Transaction.
  • Cummings, S. & Galambos, C. (2004). Diversity and aging in the social environment. Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press.
Publications
  • De Saxe Zerden, L., Cadet, T.J., Galambos, C. & Jones, B. (In press). Social Work’s Commitment and Leadership to Address Social Determinants of Health and Integrate Social Care into Health Care. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration.
  • Galambos, C. (in press). Social Work. In Kaye, L.(Ed). The handbook of rural aging. Philadelphia: Routledge, Taylor, and Francis.
  • Galambos, C. (2020, May 15). The public health epidemic exacerbated by COVID-19. Issues in Science and Technology (online).
  • Canada, K. E., Galambos, C., Pritchett, A., Rollin, L., Rantz, M., Popejoy, L., & Vogelsmeier, A. (2020). Transitions of care: Perspectives of patients living in long term care. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 35, 3, 189-94.
  • Galambos, C.M., Rantz, M., Craver, A., Bongiorno, M., Pelts, M., Holik, A., & Jun, J.S. (2019). Living with intelligent sensors: Older adult and family perceptions. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 37, 11, 245-257. DOI:10.1097/CIN.0000000000000555.
  • Folarinde, B; Alexander, G.L.; Galambos, C.; Wakefield, B.; Vogelsmeier, A. (2019). Exploring perceptions of healthcare providers use of electronic advance directive forms in electronic health records. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 45, 1, 17-21.
  • Galambos, C. (2019). Letter from the Chair: Active Engagement and Discrimination in the Workplace Aging Section Connection, Spring/Summer, 2, 1. Washington, D.C.: National Association of Social Workers
  • Lane, K., Galambos, C., Phillips, L, Popejoy, L, & Rantz, M. (2019). Aging in place: Transitional housing and supportive housing models. In Fulmer, T (Ed). Handbook of Geriatric Assessment, 5th ed, Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.