NIA Division of Behavioral and Social Research
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) Division of Behavioral and Social Research (BSR) supports social, behavioral, and economic research and research training on the processes of aging at both the individual and societal level. BSR fosters cross-disciplinary research, at multiple levels from genetics to cross-national comparative research, and at stages from basic through translational.
RLA prepares summaries of expert workshops hosted by the National Institute on Aging Division of Behavioral and Social Research. This process involves review of the draft by an RLA subject matter expert, solicitation and incorporation of feedback from the invited experts, a professional copyedit, and creation of a 508-compliant PDF.
Examples of workshop summaries prepared by RLA during the past 3 years are as follows:
Expert Meeting on Healthy Habits: Habit Formation and Habit Change (June 2020)
Persistent and Large Racial/Ethnic Disparities: Beyond the Role of Socioeconomic Status (May 2020)
Leveraging Insights and Approaches from Social and Affective Neuroscience to Promote Adaptive Aging (November 2019)
Incorporating the Experimental Medicine Approach in the Development of Primary Prevention Trials for Alzheimer’s Disease (October 2019)
Expert Meeting on Empathy and Compassion (September 2019)
Planning Meeting on Work, The Workplace, and Aging (September 2019)
Expert Meeting on the Harmonization and Coordinated Analysis of Behavioral and Psychological Phenotypes (June 2019)
Impacts of the Second Demographic Transition on Mid- and Later-Life Health (May 2019)
Gaps in the Dementia Care Workforce: Research Update and Data Needs (May 2019)
Expert Meeting on the Demography of the Older Residential Care Population: Research Questions and Data Gaps (May 2019)
Neural Process of Affective Change in Aging (August 2018)
Leveraging Rarely-Investigated Populations for Research on Behavioral and Social Processes in an Aging Context (July 2018)
Expert Meeting on Using Longitudinal Studies of Younger Cohorts for Aging Research (June 2018)
Improving Patient Outcomes through Effective Caregiver-Clinician Communication and Relationships Expert Meeting (May 2018)
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