The Center has a longstanding commitment to the development and dissemination of evidence-based, practice-focused educational and training products that support student learning, continuing education for practicing nurses and interdisciplinary team members, and family caregivers.  Since 1995, the Center has continuously supported the development and dissemination of evidence-based practice guidelines.  Additional practice-focused education and training materials have been added over the years and are highlighted in the section.

Partnerships to Improve Care

Partnerships to Improve Care and Quality of Life for Persons with Dementia

The Jo Hoyt Freeman Dementia Education and Outreach Fund supported the development of this 12-part training series on staff-family partnerships to improve dementia care.

Dementia Friendly

Evidence-Based Practice

The Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) was developed to promote “best practices” among nurses and others who provide day-to-day care to older adults.

Geriatric Pain

Geriatric Pain

The Geriatric Pain website was created to provide clinicians, older adults, and family caregivers with access to free evidence-based pain assessment and management tools and resources.