Education Core Database (2002-2003 Progress Report)
|The Education Core
Database tracks the dementia-related
educational and publishing activities of individuals affiliated with
the Washington University The Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (Knight ADRC),
including faculty, staff, research associates, fellows, residents
and students. This information is collected by the Education Core for
grant reporting to the National Institute on Aging.
The start date for entries is January 1,
2002, to the present. Publications or educational activities from before this date have
already been captured elsewhere. Articles newly published in 2002 still
need to be entered even if pre-publication notice was sent to the Knight ADRC
Secretary. Please choose the appropriate option below to report your
activities. Use "comment" boxes to explain unusual circumstances or to provide
extra information. It is OK to leave fields blank if you don't have the
information requested. Critical fields are marked in red on some
pages. Please direct any questions to Tom Meuser,
Ph.D., Education Director. Thanks for doing your part to support our grant reporting
Journal Article Reference
a Single Presentation
| Enter a Book Chapter
or Other Reference
|| Enter a Presentation
from a Course or Series
You taught a dementia-related course or you presented a lecture on AD as part of a broader course for Washington University students.
Enter a Media
Interview or Contact
|| Enter a Presentation from a
You gave a presentations during a conference, symposium or workshop on a dementia-related topic. If you presented at the same event more than once, please fill in and submit this page twice.
Enter a Public
For public educational programs that do not rely on
traditional academic presentations (e.g., our play with
the St. Louis Black Rep).
| Enter Another Educational Collaboration
Use this link if you were involved in a unique educational collaboration (e.g., you collaborated on an educational video).
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