Louise Aronson Remains Highly Active in Geriatrics Community and Education
Louise Aronson, MD has been highly involved in Geriatrics education in the past month and have received recognition for her work. Dr. Aronson was part of a national Delphi group that produced recommendations and a JAMDA paper Welcoming Back Nursing Home Visitors During Covid 19, wrote the anchor chapter in a Clinics in Geriatrics Medicine Issue on Healthy Aging Across the Stages of Old Age, and wrote a commentary in JAMA on Age, Complexity and Crisis – A Prescription for Progress in Pandemic.
Dr. Aronson has also presented multiple keynotes and grand rounds, including: Agency on Aging TEARS Annual Elder Abuse Conference, Kaiser San Francisco Grand Rounds, Florida Alliance for Aging Annual Conference, NIC Talk, and Choice in Aging.
Dr. Aronson has also presented talks for local elder service organizations, including: Friends of the Elderly Annual Event, St Paul’s Towers, Sebastopol Senior Center, SF Department of public health, and California Department of Social Services all state briefing.
For her work, Dr. Aronson has been recognized with honors, including: being one of 9 leaders in aging invited to participate in the Radcliffe Institute Aging Symposium, awarded the Chicago Village Trailblazer Award 2020 and the Bonner Prize for Elderhood.