Center for research and education
The Center for Research and Education, part of the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, was established in 1961 and is one of the nation’s premier centers for applied aging research. The Center for Research and Education conducts state-of-the-art research to enhance the lives of older adults, their families, and the service providers who care for them.
Positioned within a service organization, Research and Education staff are uniquely qualified to collaborate with service providers in translating research findings into evidence-based programs. Research findings are used to design new and innovative services implemented by Benjamin Rose’s Eldercare Services Institute and other service agencies.
Learn more about our Evidence Based Programs.
- Conducting applied aging research using various methodologies
- Collecting data directly from consumers and professionals to understand their perspectives
- Using research to develop and test evidence-based programs
- Developing and testing data collection tools
- Developing and conducting consumer satisfaction surveys
Sharing Our Results
Benjamin Rose research is used to shape health and social service programs and policies at the local, state, and federal levels. Findings from Benjamin Rose's research are published widely in professional journals and presented to local, national, and international audiences. MBRI develops and distributes education and training materials for older adults, families, and service providers.
The Center for Research and Education provides high quality education and training to promote the professional and paraprofessional growth, development, and skills of those who work in the fields of aging and health services. Learn more about our upcoming educational programs.