CREATE is excited to announce that our new book, Designing for Older Adults, has received the 2019 Richard Kalish Innovative Publication Book Award from the Gerontological Society of America! To see the full press release, including other awards given by the GSA, click here! Additionally, for 20% off the book, click here and use Promo Code: A004
CREATE is excited to host another workshop on Designing for Older Adults in New York City this October and we hope you can attend! For more information regarding the workshop and details on how to register for the event, please click here!
Along with collaborators from Valencia Catholic University Saint Vincent Martyr, CREATE's Drs. Walter Boot and Neil Charness recently published a Spanish adaptation of the Computer and Mobile Device Proficiency Questionnaires (CPQ and MDPQ) for older adults. For more information, click here!
The CREATE Team recently presented multiple works at the 9th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress 2019 (IAGG-ER)! To see some photos from the event, click here!
Reminder!: Designing for Older Adults: Principles and Creative Human Factors Approaches, Third Edition, authored by members of the CREATE Team, is NOW AVAILABLE! For a 20% discount on your purchase, apply the code 'A004' at checkout!
CREATE research was well-represented at the 2019 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care! CREATE hosted a panel at the event entitled, "Challenges Confronting Older Adults in Today’s Healthcare Landscape," which fostered great discussion! Click here for photos from the conference panel and presentations!
Members of the CREATE Team and Advisory Board had a productive meeting recently to discuss current and future CREATE research. To see some pictures from the meeting, click here!
Great news: Designing for Older Adults: Principles and Creative Human Factors Approaches, Third Edition, authored by members of the CREATE Team, is NOW AVAILABLE! For a 20% discount on your purchase, apply the code 'A004' at checkout!
Marissa Kobayashi, who recently received a CREATE pilot grant to support her work, submitted an abstract entitled “Formative Development of a Physical Activity Digital Health Intervention for Grandparents and Grandchildren“ to the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine and was awarded the “Outstanding Abstract Submission” for the Child and Family Health Special Interest Group. Way to go, Marissa! Authors on the abstract included Marissa Kobayashi, Rafael Leite, Lucia Alvarez, Rachel Wetstone, Sara M. St. George & CREATE’s Sara J. Czaja.
CREATE's Dr. Wendy Rogers was recently featured on Prof. Stephen Fairclough's "The Mind Machine" podcast in which she discussed her work on projects related to the Center, as well as her other numerous, varied research. Check it out by clicking here!