Joe Norton

Congratulations to our partner Integrated Memory Care Clinic on being highlighted in a Forbes article titled, “Why are care delivery models for people with dementia developing so slowly?” for their clinic-based care model.

Enormous attention is being given to controversial drugs aimed at slowing the progression of early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Yet, a very different set of clinical innovations holds the…

Congratulations to our partner Integrated Memory Care Clinic on being interviewed for a CBS News article titled, “Dementia care programs help, if caregivers can find them” for their work with dementia patients and their caregivers.

There’s no cure, yet, for Alzheimer’s disease. But dozens of programs developed in the past 20 years can improve the lives of both people living with dementia and…

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah DuPont who is now on the faculty in DFPM on her NEJM perspective piece with Sandro Galea, Dean of BU’s school of public health.

Public health institutions have long walked the difficult line between respecting individual freedoms and protecting society from disease threats — which has sometimes involved restricting…

A Framework for Mobilizing Health Care to Respond to the Community Within the COVID-19 Pandemic

Congratulations to Dr. Johnson and team on published article titled A Framework for Mobilizing Health Care to Respond to the Community Within the COVID-19 Pandemic, which…

Vaccine Communication in a Pandemic: Improving Vaccine Literacy to Reduce Hesitancy, Restore Trust and Immunize Communities

Please view multiple articles provided by Dr. Ruth Parker on “vaccine literacy” at the link here.

Congrats, Dr. O’Keefe!

Congratulations to Dr. O’Keefe (CARES GWEP) and team on their recent publication in the BMJ titled Description of symptom course in a telemedicine monitoring clinic for…

Age-Friendly Health Systems in Metro Atlanta

Check out the article in Atlanta Senior Life about the Age-Friendly Health Systems in Metro Atlanta on page 14 here.

COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community

RYSE’s own Dr. Kimberly Manning was featured in a Tyler Perry news special on COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community, primarily to address the public’s…

Congratulations Emory Collaborative Community Outreach and Health Disparities!

Congratulations to The Emory Collaborative Community Outreach and Health Disparities group, co-chaired by Georgia Gear’s Project Director Ted Johnson, on being the recipient of the…

Alter Dementia

Alter had a manuscript accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Gerontology  titled, Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Dementia in Predominantly African American Congregants. Read more here.