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Project Enhance is honored to work as part of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Exercise is Medicine (EIM) Older Adults Committee to contribute to an issue brief on physical activity and aging recently published in the Journal on Active Aging.
Mary E. Sanders, Ph.D., RCEP, CDE, FACSM; Robyn A. Stuhr, ACSM’s vice president for Exercise is Medicine, and the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) advisor / managing editor of the journal edited the brief. Article topics range from creating activity friendly senior communities and cities to providing function-focused care for frail older adults.
This collaboration aims to get evidence-based information into the hands of those who work with older adults to enhance their fitness and function.
You can view PDFs of the article below: