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The 21st Florence Cellar Conference on Aging

April 17, 2015

Cellar Conference 2015

The 21st Florence Cellar Conference on Aging explores the transitions across the health care continuum. It features the latest research findings in care transitions and care coordination including implications for quality and safety. Successful models of transitional care and quality and safety using evidence based practice will be presented.

  • Compare current models that guide development of programs to address care transitions for older adults

  • Identify the evidence to optimize quality and safety in care transitions

  • Describe factors related to successful care transitions and care coordination

  • Discuss communication barriers that obstruct interprofessional and team collaboration in care transitions and approaches to overcome them

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Friday, April 17, 2015

Executive Caterers at Landerhaven
6111 Landerhaven Drive
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124

Early Bird Rate: $150

Platinum Sponsor:

The McGregor Foundation

Bronze Sponsors:

Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging


Student Scholarships Available

Scholarships will provide the registration fee, including all materials and lunch.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2015

Send a letter requesting a scholarship including your name, degree program, school/department, and a brief explanation of how this conference will meet your career goals and objectives.

Send your fax or letter to:
Rachel Grdina
Phone: 216.368.2692
Fax: 216.368.6389

NOTE: Students who are awarded a scholarship and do not attend the conference will be charged $25.00.

UCAH Sites

Registration Brochure(PDF)

Cellar registration brochure

Conference Contact Info

UCAH Executive Director:

Diana L. Morris, PhD, RN, FAAN, FGSA

Conference Chair:

Evelyn Duffy, DNP, ANP/GNP-BC, FAANP

About Florence Cellar

Florence CellarFlorence Cellar earned her Master of Nursing degree from the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University in 1938. After a nearly 40-year career at University Hospitals, she went on to establish the Florence Cellar Associate Professorship in Gerontological Nursing— the country's first chair in gerontological nursing and the first fully endowed professorship at the nursing school.

About the Center

Housed at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, the University Center on Aging and Health has served as an interdisciplinary point at Case Western Reserve University for building and maintaining excellence in gerontological and geriatric research, education, and practice since 1978.

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