This edited volume results from a 1-day-conference, “Successful Aging Through the Life Span—Intergenerational Issues in Health,” which was held on October 7, 2002, in Cleveland, Ohio. The editors wish to thank members of the planning committee for their invaluable assistance in the development of the program. Thanks also to—among others—the A.M. McGregor Home, Cleveland, Ohio; Janssen Pharmaceutica Products, Pfizer Inc.; the Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio; and St. Luke’s Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio—for their generous support for the conference.
Our special thanks to Sandra Hanson, the University Center on Aging and Health’s department assistant, for executing the myriad tasks involved in bringing the conference to fruition and for compiling and editing this manuscript; and to Diane Ferris, manager of the University Center on Aging and Health. We are also appreciative of Charles L. Onyett, a student assistant, for his help with section introductions.
MAY L. WYKLE, PHD, RN, FAAN, FGSA
PETER J. WHITEHOUSE, MD, PHD
DIANA L. MORRIS, PHD, RN, FAAN
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Publication information: Book title: Successful Aging through the Life Span: Intergenerational Issues in Health. Contributors: May L. Wykle - Editor, Peter J. Whitehouse - Editor, Diana L. Morris - Editor. Publisher: Springer. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2005. Page number: xv.