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Elevate Eldercare

Mar 24, 2021

Susan Ryan sits down with Alice Bonner, a geriatric nurse practitioner who has been caring for older adults and their families for over 30 years. She is currently adjunct faculty and director of strategic partnerships for the CAPABLE program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and senior advisor for aging at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.

Bonner describes how she has used her clinical, government, and community experiences to inform her work and perspectives on how to create age-friendly ecosystems in her quest for quality and coordination across the continuum. She further shares her work at IHI and the significant role the organization has played amid the pandemic: from early on in convening virtual huddles, to their current work in collaboration with Project ECHO and AHRQ to support nursing homes.

Alice is a thought and action-oriented leader who approaches problems head on by tapping into her network to identify and mobilize solutions. 

Bonner provides a well-articulated vision for eldercare, with a clear and compelling call to action.


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