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Middletown Area Senior Citizens Host Emerging Issues in Aging Seminar
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 10:29:42 AM - Middletown Ohio

MIDDLETOWN, OHIO- June 14, 2011- Middletown Area Senior Citizens (MASC) Board of Trustees will host a seminar in July focusing on Emerging Issues in Aging. The seminar program will take place July 12 from 7:30 to 9:00 AM at the senior center, 3907 Central Avenue, Middletown.

Dr. Leah Curtin (left), clinical professor of nursing at the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and Health, will address “Trends in Caregiving.”

Curtin is executive editor of American Nurse Today, the official journal of the American Nurses Association.

An internationally recognized leader in the nursing industry and frequent conference speaker on patient care and leadership topics, Dr. Curtin is the author of hundreds of editorials, articles and eight books. She also has served as scholar-in-residence at numerous national and international universities. Curtin has consulted with several countries with respect to the delivery of healthcare in those nations.

In 2002 the Medical College of Ohio awarded Dr. Curtin a second honorary doctorate for her humanitarian work in the war-torn Balkans. She is listed in Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World.

MASC’s seminar series features specialists from a spectrum of business and academic fields who address Emerging Issues in Aging and foster greater public awareness of pressing current topics related to aging in Southwest Ohio, how it impacts our communities—and individuals.

Reservations are required. Cost for the July 12 seminar and breakfast is $15. Please call 513-217-4911, or email dyurasek@mascinc.org.


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