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A Workshop Agenda NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING IN THE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP AGENDA The Holiday Inn Central Washington, DC October 5–6, 2011 WORKSHOP PURPOSE 1. Address the strengths and limitations of community-based delivery of nutrition services for older persons 2. dentify beneficial nutrition interventions and model programs I a. To promote successful transition from acute, subacute, and chronic care to home b. To promote health and independent living in the community 3. ighlight needed research priorities H Wednesday, October 5, 2011: Day 1 INTRODUCTION 8:30–8:40 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, and Purpose Gordon L. Jensen Workshop Moderator and Planning Committee Chair Pennsylvania State University 8:40–9:10 The Aging Landscape in the Community Setting Edwin L. Walker Administration on Aging 113
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114 NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING 9:10–9:15 The Importance of Nutrition Care in the Community Setting: Case Study Elizabeth B. Landon CareLink SESSION 1: NUTRITION ISSUES OF CONCERN IN THE COMMUNITY 9:15–9:20 Introduction by Moderator Connie W. Bales Duke University Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center 9:20–9:40 Nutrition Screening at Discharge and in the Community Joseph R. Sharkey Texas A&M Health Sciences Center 9:40–10:00 Food Insecurity Among Older Americans James P. Ziliak University of Kentucky 10:00–10:15 Break 10:15–10:35 Sarcopenic Obesity and Aging Gordon L. Jensen Pennsylvania State University 10:35–10:55 Dietary Patterns for Aging Adults Katherine L. Tucker Northeastern University 10:55–11:15 Economic and Resource Issues Surrounding Nutrition Services for Older Persons in the Community Setting Kathryn Larin Government Accountability Office 11:15–11:45 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation
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115 APPENDIX A 11:45 a.m.– Nutrition Issues Related to Aging in the Community: 12:30 p.m. Perspectives and Open Discussion Moderator: Gordon L. Jensen Robert H. Miller Abbott Nutrition Jean Lloyd Administration on Aging Enid A. Borden Meals On Wheels Association of America Meals On Wheels Research Foundation 12:30–1:45 Lunch SESSION 2: TRANSITION CARE AND BEYOND 1:45–1:50 Introduction by Moderator Nadine R. Sahyoun University of Maryland 1:50–2:10 Role of Nutrition in Hospital Discharge Planning: Current and Potential Contribution of the Dietitian Charlene Compher University of Pennsylvania 2:10–2:30 Transition Care: A Multidisciplinary Approach Eric A. Coleman University of Colorado at Denver 2:30–2:50 Nutrition in Home- and Community-Based Systems State by State Bobbie L. Morris Alabama Department of Senior Services 2:50–3:10 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 3:10–3:25 Break
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116 NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING SESSION 3: TRANSITION TO COMMUNITY CARE: MODELS AND OPPORTUNITIES 3:25–3:30 Introduction by Moderator Julie L. Locher University of Alabama at Birmingham 3:30–3:50 Innovations in Care Transitions: An Overview James A. Hester Innovation Center, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 3:50–4:10 Veterans Directed Home- and Community-Based Services Daniel J. Schoeps Geriatrics and Extended Care, Veterans Administration Central Office Lori Gerhard Administration on Aging 4:10–4:30 Transitional Care in Canada Heather Keller University of Waterloo 4:30–4:50 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 4:50–5:00 Wrap Up and Adjourn Thursday, October 6, 2011: Day 2 SESSION 4: SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTION MODELS IN THE COMMUNITY SETTING 8:30–8:35 a.m. Introduction by Moderator Douglas Paddon-Jones University of Texas Medical Branch 8:35–8:55 Diabetes Self-Management Support in the Community: Healthy Eating Considerations Elizabeth A. Walker Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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117 APPENDIX A 8:55–9:15 Nutrition Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Jennifer L. Troyer University of North Carolina at Charlotte 9:15–9:35 Nutrition Intervention for Sarcopenia and Frailty Elena Volpi University of Texas Medical Branch 9:35–9:55 Eat Better, Move More: A Community-Based Program to Improve Diets and Increase Physical Activity Neva Kirk-Sanchez University of Miami 9:55–10:35 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 10:35–10:45 Break CLOSING SESSION 10:45–11:45 Discussion: Research Gaps in Knowledge About Nutrition Interventions and Services for Older Adults in the Community Setting Moderator: Nancy Wellman, Tufts University Mary Ann Johnson University of Georgia Rebecca Costello NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Robert M. Russell Tufts University Judy Hannah National Institute on Aging 11:45 a.m.– Concluding Remarks and Closing 12:00 p.m. Gordon L. Jensen, Chair
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