New Research Series on Alzheimer's Posted on NC Insight Website

     Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.

     The students investigated Alzheimer's disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.

     The students' report, which includes recommendations for action in our state, is presented in a series of blog posts on the Center's N.C. Insight website. Click here to read the first post in the series and then follow the links to the next posts.

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.

The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.

The students’ report, which includes recommendations for action in our state, is presented in this series of blog posts.

- See more at: http://ncinsight.nccppr.org/?p=794&preview=true#sthash.nlWdGdoP.dpuf

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.

The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.

The students’ report, which includes recommendations for action in our state, is presented in this series of blog posts.

- See more at: http://ncinsight.nccppr.org/?p=794&preview=true#sthash.nlWdGdoP.dpuf

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.

The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.

The students’ report, which includes recommendations for action in our state, is presented in this series of blog posts.

- See more at: http://ncinsight.nccppr.org/?p=794&preview=true#sthash.nlWdGdoP.dpuf

Students in the Master of Public Policy program at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy spent part of their spring semester examining a policy issue for the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.

The students investigated Alzheimer’s disease in North Carolina, looking at the rates of the disease, caregiving options for patients, and also looked to other states to learn about different options for comprehensive plans.

The students’ report, which includes recommendations for action in our state, is presented in this series of blog posts.

- See more at: http://ncinsight.nccppr.org/?p=794&preview=true#sthash.nlWdGdoP.dpuf

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