Institutional/Academic Partner Memberships

The Institutional/Academic Partner membership is open to educational organizations, nonprofits and research organizations.  Benefits of this membership include:

  • Partnership Members are listed on the Institutional/Academic portal where a logo and a 400 word write-up for the organization is posted.
  • Promotion in NADSA’s quarterly newsletter, The Voice;
  • Social Media postings as appropriate;
  • Member rates as an exhibitor at the NADSA Annual Conference;
  • The opportunity to participate with NADSA in research/grant proposals;
  • Member rates for all professional development events and sponsorship opportunities with NADSA.

Annual Membership fees are $750. This fee entitles one person per membership, and additional individuals can be added for $75/year.  To register, please click on the following link: Institutional/Academic Partner.

NADSA Institutional/Academic Partners

Brown University — Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research

The Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research’s primary mission is to advance the fields of gerontology and health services research through methodological and substantive research, informed by basic theories of aging, human development, and the illness experience. The goal of these efforts is to enhance the quality of life of persons with chronic illness, especially older adults. The research focus, both basic and applied, draws upon the social sciences as well as the clinical disciplines. Visit Website

The mission of the Robert L. Kane Chair in Long-Term Care & Aging (LTC Chair; Joseph E. Gaugler, PhD) is to advance scientific excellence in long-term care and aging that shapes the practice, policy, and pedagogy of these critical areas of focus. The core objective of the LTC Chair is to serve as a catalyst to build aging-specific initiatives across and beyond the University of Minnesota. Visit Website

At NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, we are committed to creating an inclusive community, bringing a diversity of perspectives to our work, promoting equity of opportunity, and engaging in scholarship and education to build a more just societyWe generate knowledge through research in nursing, health, and interdisciplinary science; we educate leaders in nursing to advance healthcare locally and globally; we provide innovative and exemplary healthcare; and we shape the future of nursing through leadership in healthcare policy. Visit Website

 

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