Our Training Impact
Browse through our training impact stories to see how CFN is contributing to the next generation of researchers, scientists, care providers, and policy makers equipped with the disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary skills, experiences, and attitudes compatible with providing the highest quality of care for older adults living with frailty and their friend/family caregivers.
Jacobi Elliott: From IFP to member of the Citizen Engagement Committee and contributor to training programs
Learn more about Jacobi Elliott’s experience in CFN’s Interdisciplinary Fellowship Program, and the work she’s doing to increase citizen engagement in research about improving care for older adults living with frailty and their friend/family caregivers.
Learn more about Kelly Kay’s experience in CFN’s training program and the impact working with mentors had on her education trajectory. She continues her involvement with us as a member of our Citizen Engagement committee.
Kathy Kortes-Miller: Team member of one of CFN’s most successful Online Collaborative Projects, and published author
Learn more about Kathy Kortes-Miller’s experience with the Online Collaborative Project component of CFN’s training program, and the success she’s achieved since the program.