Ilene Warner-Maron featured on The Best of Our Knowledge
As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our Knowledge.
Each week this program examines some of the issues unique to college campuses, looks at the latest research, and invites commentary from experts and administrators from all levels of education.
For this week‘s edition (#1332), Bob has selected Ilene Warner-Maron‘s segment that explores HIV cases among those over 50.
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, is a clinical associate professor of psychology and co-director of the MS program in Aging and Long-Term Care Administration at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more than 30 years, she has focused her clinical practice on the care of geriatric patients through the continuum of care from home and community-based programs to long-term care. Specifically, she focuses on the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers as well as fall prevention, the avoidance of medication errors and the improvement of long-term care service delivery.
She continues to work as both a federal monitor of long-term care facilities and as a consultant to the industry, specializing in working with nursing homes and assisted living facilities with licensure issues. She also has conducted several research studies and lectured on HIV/AIDS prevention in the geriatric population, and the dissemination of HIV preventive strategies among this population.
Dr. Warner-Maron is a member of several professional organizations including the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine, the American Geriatrics Society, and the Alzheimer’s Association. She also serves on the board of Annals of Long-Term Care and on the review panel of the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. She received a doctorate in health policy from University of the Sciences; graduate degrees in social gerontology from the University of Pennsylvania, health administration from St. Joseph’s University and law and social policy from Bryn Mawr College; and a bachelor’s in sociology from Philadelphia University.