The webinar series focuses on how to engage older adults receiving long term care and/or services by seeking their input on research topics, design, implementation and dissemination. The series also describes the Sage Model for building research advisory boards.
Approaches to Engaged Research and an Introduction to Sage Model
This is the first in a four-part series: The Sage Model: A Webinar Series on Engaged Research With Older People Receiving Long Term Care and Services"
Creating Older Adult Research Advisory Boards with Providers Using The Sage Model
This webinar is the 2nd in the four part webinar series from The Sage Resource Project. With featured guests, Katherine Abbott, Associate Professor and Research Fellow at the Scripps Gerontology Center of the Miami University of Ohio, and Janna Wireman, Activities Director at Vancrest of Van Wert, Ohio, this webinar focuses on how to build a Sage Model Research Advisory Board comprised of older adults receiving services and supports.
Supporting Engagement Capacities of Older Adults and Researchers
This video is the third webinar in the four-part webinar series from The Sage Resource Project. With featured guests Amy Eisenstein, PhD, Program Officer of the RRF Foundation on Aging, and Hailee Yoshizaki Gibbons, Post Doctoral Fellow in Biomedical Humanities at Hiram College, this webinar focuses on how to support the engagement capacities of older adults and researchers using The Sage Model.
Evaluating Research Advisory Board Processes and Outcomes
Our fourth and final webinar in The Sage Resource Project covers process evaluation for Sage Model boards including an overview of available resources as well as assessing sustainability. Featuring Jane Straker of the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University of Ohio and Erin McGaffigan of the Leading Age LTSS Center @ Umass Boston.
For a longer conversation with Dr. Pekmezaris, please watch here: