GRANTS

Skidmore-Union Network (sponsored by the National Science Foundation) Visit Here-or-There Grant. Health Promotion Research in the Department of Social Medicine at the University of Gothenburg. (Amount: $4,490), 2011

Skidmore-Union Network (sponsored by the National Science Foundation) Visit Here-or-There Grant. Alcohol Use Among Swedish and American Older Adults (Amount: $3,740), 2010

Principal Investigator, Baccalaureate Experiential Learning Program for Gerontological Social Work, Council on Social Work Education and John A. Hartford Foundation. (Amount: $7,500), 2008

Co-Principal Investigator, Renewal of Veteran’s Health Administration Pilot Program for Caregiver Assistance, Communicating Effectively with Health Care Professionals: Evaluation of a Curriculum for Family Caregivers. ($95,000), 2008

Co-Principal Investigator, Veteran’s Health Administration Pilot Program for Caregiver Assistance, Communicating Effectively with Health Care Professionals: Evaluation of a Curriculum for Family Caregivers. ($229,727), 2007

Skidmore College Scribner-Mellon and Summer Collaborative Research Grants. Funds to support summer collaborative work with two students: Marika Toscano (’10), Family-Centered Palliative and End-of-Life Care for Veterans; Ashley Keiran (’09), The Interface Between Informal and Formal Care Systems: Factors Influencing Family Caregiver Communication with Health Care Professionals. (Amount: $8,000 plus student room and board). 2007

Skidmore College Faculty Development Grant and Center for Advanced Illness Coordinated Care funding. Strategies to Promote Surrogate Involvement in Effective Patient-Centered Care. (Amount of award from Skidmore College:  $1,125; amount from CAICC:  $1,000), 2003

Summer Technological Innovation Grant. “That’s Why It’s Called Practice.”  Funding for infusion of technology into SW 333, Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families. (Amount:  $1,490), 2002

Grant award recipient of the Eastern Washington University Foundation. Funding for the development and implementation of a curriculum for an interdisciplinary, skills-based course in Death and Dying. (Amount: $5,100), 2000

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