The supporter of the Health Teams for Frail Elders Project, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation seeks to establish better outcomes for future generations through supporting projects in scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements, and preservation of the special character of the Bay Area.
Consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in
the nation, Massachusetts General Hospital maintains
a deep commitment to revolutionizing patient-care
and innovative research that spans multiple disciplines.
The Center for Interdisciplinary Health Workforce Studies strives to improve the capacity of nursing and larger health workforces to provide safe, effective, efficient and equitable through research, convening on thought-leaders, and information generation and dissemination.
The first institute of higher learning to offer training for clinical social work, the Simmons School of Social Work continues to provide rigorous training to students with a strong emphasis on field education. Its faculty engage in cutting-edge research related to changes and innovations in the field of social work.
The Health Teams for Frail Elders project partners with individuals affiliated with Vanderbilt’s Schools of Nursing and Medical Center. Vanderbilt University maintains commitments to improving human health through patient care across multiple disciplines.