Faces of Aging: The Lived Experiences of the Elderly in Japan

By Yoshiko Matsumoto | Go to book overview

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ANNE R. BOWER is CEO of Tyler Research Associates, a qualitative health care research consulting service. She is also adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine. Her recent publications include Redefining Dementia Units: A Roadmap for Culture Change (2008), coauthored with William Senders.

NOBUTAKA DOBA (MD and PhD, Chiba University School of Medicine) had a long career in clinical medicine in cardiology. After retiring as the head of Teikyo University Ichihara Hospital, he has devoted himself to encouraging the evolution of a new lifestyle for the elderly. His current interests focus on frailty among the elderly, especially its progression and prevention, and he has been carrying out an observational cohort study at the Life Planning Center as a senior medical consultant. He is the author of A Handbook of Clinical Geriatrics for All Health Care Professionals (Igaku-shoin, 2005).

CARLA L. FISHER (PhD, Penn State University, 2008) is an assistant professor of communication studies at Arizona State University. She is a former predoctoral fellow with the National Institute on Aging and completed the advanced training institute on health behavior theory cosponsored by the National Cancer Institute. Her research focuses on the centrality of family communication to wellness across the life span, particularly during health and aging transitions. Her research has been published in books and journals including Health Communication and the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. Her recent work

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