Online mini-fellowship offers multicultural insights on aging

01/29/2013 | Stanford University School of Medicine

Stanford University offers a free, Internet-based mini-fellowship on aging and end-of-life care in a multiculutural context. Dr. V.J. Periyakoil, director of palliative care education and training at Stanford, said the Internet-based Successful Aging, or iSAGE, program can be accessed online at any time and has a multimedia format. He said it will provide professionals with a "deep understanding of the core principles of successful aging."

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