Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Recommendations for Our State Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: NYU and San Diego County Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Comparing Other State Plans Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Task Force on Alzheimer’s Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: At the County Level Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Part Four Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Services in North Carolina Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Part Two Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

Alzheimer’s in North Carolina: Part One Aging Research Summer 2015

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.… Full story »

A Q&A with David Kirkman Aging Research Winter 2015

David Kirkman, Special Deputy Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division   The Consumer Protection Division in the N.C. Department of Justice is home to the Elder Fraud Unit, a group of four individuals dedicated to preventing and assisting elderly victims of internet, phone, and home repair fraud. David Kirkman, a Special Deputy Attorney General with the Consumer Protection Division, answered a few questions about the Unit’s work and the new legislation.… Full story »