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PURPOSE On the basis of the experience of an extensive community-based research partnership in New York City, we developed an innovative process for bridging the gap between aging-related research and practice, using a consensus-workshop model. DESIGN AND METHODS We adapted the traditional scientific consensus-workshop model to include translation of the(More)
Brumberg was a keynote speaker, "Fasting Girls: Past and Present," at The University of Ottawa's Annual Frontiers in Research Symposium. This year's themes brought together scholars in a variety of disciplines concerned with the genetic, psychological, and social aspects of regulating body weight. a 2005 Merrill Presidential Scholar, who selected Gary Evans(More)
We explore the association between family caregiver depression and the quality of staff-family relationships, and we test burden as a mediator of this relationship. Using structural equation modeling, we used data from a representative sample of 932 family members from 20 nursing homes in Central New York to examine the association between staff-family(More)
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