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MBRI ResearchCUrrent portfolio of research on Evidence Based Programs

A major part of the Center for Research and Education's portfolio of research focuses on evidence-based programs, which are interventions or programs developed, tested and proven by research to achieve beneficial outcomes for consumers. Benjamin Rose also plays a leadership role in advancing knowledge about evidence-based programs by providing consultation and training to other researchers and service providers, including, for example, organizing a special issue of the journal Generations (Spring 2010) on evidence-based programs. Developing and testing evidence-based programs is fundamental to Benjamin Rose’s mission of translating research findings into useful programs and products for older adults, family caregivers, and service providers.

Benjamin Rose Evidence-Based Programs:

If you want to learn more about our evidence-based programs, Look for us at these conferences:

IAGG 2017, 21st World Congress of Geronotology and Geriatrics
July 23-27, 2017
San Franscisco, CA
Exhibit Booth #325

n4a 2017 Answers on Aging, 42nd Annual Conference & Tradeshow
July 29-August 2, 2017
Savannah, GA
Exhibit Booth #614

2017 National HCBS Conference
August 28-31, 2017
Baltimore, MD
Exhibit Booth #609