Assistant Professor & Director of Geriatrics Education, Geriatrics
- Curriculum & Instruction, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Geriatric Education
Jeremy Holloway is a Geriatric Professor & Directr of Geriatric Education at the University of North Dakota. The focus of his research is concentrated on the social determinants of health, specifically self-efficacy, connectedness, and resiliency of individuals, specifically older adults. Dr. Holloway is exploring a curriculum focused on intergenerational programs that include growth mindset, reminiscence therapy, mindfulness, guided imagery, and S.M.A.R.T. goal-setting practices to nourish internal qualities and self-agency of older adults. These best practices address needs related to loneliness and isolation of older adults. Dr. Holloway also presents and facilitates workshops on best practices for diversity, equity, and inclusion within educational facilities and professional organizations.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Isolation and Loneliness of Older Adults