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Some who serve as caregivers for loved ones with debilitating memory diseases like Alzheimer’s find their own health affected by years of round-the-clock worry and vigilance. USF’s College of Nursing is conducting a two-part clinical study: one component looks at the effectiveness of an in-home monitoring system that tracks the ‘patient,’ the other part tries to help caregivers improve their sleeping habits and health of their heart. Find out more on this week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7.
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Dr. Deborah Rowe, professor and endowed chair at the USF College of Nursing, demonstrates the CareAlert system to WUSF's Mark Schreiner.
Dr. Rowe talks about who should enroll in the USF Health NIA-funded study and what will be required of them.
For more information
For more information about the study, contact USF College of Nursing Research Project Manager Brandi Mallek at 813-974-1827 or email@example.com.