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The Institute's work is grounded in the philosophical position that research is conducted in collaboration and engagement with the people and places we are studying.  We would like to develop a network of people who are interested in person-centered practices and research.  Over the next few years we hope to be able to develop some strong collaborative links for researchers and students, people living with frailty or dementia and their care partners across the nation and globally to foster the development of theory and evidence in the care of frail older adults and those with cognitive impairment.


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  • Receive notifications of PCC meetings, conferences and research opportunities
  • Opportunities to network with, and learn from, other professionals engaged in expanding the reach and effectiveness of person-centered care in WNY

New Members


Mary Ann Meeker, University at Buffalo, School of Nursing

Debi Stowell, The Eddy

Kathleen Brauen, Orleans Community Health 

Zhen Liu, University at Buffalo, Economics Department

Dr. Timothy D. O'Connor, Niagara County Community College