AGHE announces brand-new elected officers.

Carr, MD, Washington University in St. Louis; Anna Faul, PhD, University of Louisville; Cheryl Irmiter, PhD, Loyola University Chicago; Joanna Schwartzberg, MD, American Medical Association; and Gudmundur Freyr Ulfarsson, PhD, University of Iceland, for the article ‘The American Medical Association Old Driver Curriculum for Health Professionals: Changes in Trainee Self-confidence, Attitudes & Practice Behavior’ Honorable mention is directed at John A. Krout, PhD, Ithaca University; Elizabeth Bergman, PhD, Ithaca College; Penny Bianconi, Ithaca University; Kathryn Caldwell, PhD, Ithaca College; Julie Dorsey, MS, OTR/L, Ithaca University; Susan Durnford, MS, CCC-SLP, Ithaca College; Mary Ann Erickson, PhD, Ithaca University; Julia Lapp, PhD, RD, CDN, Ithaca College; Janice Elich Monroe, PhD, CTRS, Ithaca University; Christine Pogorzala, MS, Ithaca College; and Jessica Valdez Taves, MS, OTR/L, Ithaca College, for this article ‘Intergenerational Service-Learning with Elders: Multidisciplinary Actions and Outcomes’ The objective of this award is normally to identify excellence in scholarship in academic gerontology in AGHE’s official journal, Gerontology & Geriatrics Education.And Gay F. Solomon Division of General Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern and the study’s lead author. You do not want to cause a stroke to avoid a stroke. The new findings appear in the current online edition of the journal Stroke. Dr. Halm and co-workers utilized data from the New York Carotid Artery Surgery research, which evaluated the outcomes of 9,308 carotid surgeries performed on elderly sufferers by 482 surgeons in 167 hospitals in NY state. It’s the largest study of its kind to use clinically detailed data on a population-based study of carotid-surgery outcomes and risk factors in community practice.