The National Institute of Senior Centers announces its twentieth annual cheapest viagra on line Research Award to recognize outstanding research in the senior center field. Submission deadline is by close of business day Friday, May 27, 2011.
Only research published after January 1, 2009-including journal articles, dissertations, books, and other research documents — pertaining to the administration, operation, or programming of senior centers will be considered.
The research must make a substantive contribution to knowledge and understanding of the senior center field and stimulate questions for online casino further research in the field. In the past, areas investigated have included volunteer services, best senior center practices, intergenerational programs, etc. Other areas of interest to NISC include, but are not limited to:
• health promotion, evidenced based programs, wellness and prevention models
• the role and function of the senior center of the future
• replicable outcome measures of senior center programs
• the design of consumer-based senior center programs
•the role of senior centers with
civic engagement fostering community involvement
Other criteria include: potential long-term impact on public policy; potential usefulness for senior center practice; creativity and depth of analysis; and quality
of literary style, readability, and format.
Individuals or organizations may be nominated; self-nomination is encouraged. Current NCOA/NISC paid staff or consultants are not eligible, nor will NCOA/NISC-funded research be considered. Visit www.ncoa.org for more details.