December 19, 2011 | Story
April 7, 2014 | Journal Article
Alzheimer’s disease confronts us with an ethical challenge: How do we live with dignity and quality of life in the face of progressive disability and, ultimately, death?
February 26, 2014 | Program Results Report
From November 2008 through August 2013, the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior implemented social and emotional learning programs at a wellness center in Santa Monica and at six schools in West Los Angeles.
September 1, 2011 | Journal Article
Family involvement can inform policy and improve quality of care provided to youth in substance abuse treatment and recovery.
February 1, 2014 | Issue Brief
As the population ages and more people live longer with chronic conditions, who will pay for long-term care in the U.S., and how will services be delivered?
November 1, 2013 | Journal Article
This article identifies challenges within the NFP model and identifies approaches to address these challenges.
Families with Limited English Proficiency Receive Less Information and Support in Interpreted Intensive Care Unit Family Conferences
January 1, 2009 | Journal Article
This article examines differences between interpreted and noninterpreted family conferences in intensive care units. Little is known about interactions between physicians and non-English speaking families of patients in intensive care.
August 1, 2008 | Journal Article
A study of forms of social capital in neighborhoods and health focuses on female caregivers. Results indicated that various forms of social capital were associated with higher and lower levels of health. Furthermore, neighborhood attachment played a moderating role in health.
June 11, 2007 | Journal Article
Physicians and surrogates must establish a unique relationship with each other that is very different from the traditional physician-surrogate relationship.
December 1, 2007 | Journal Article
This study examines the degree to which parents serve as information intermediaries in children referred from community practice to an academic referral center, as well as both parent and physician attitudes to their performing this role.