Healthy Aging Through The Social Determinants of Health
Healthy Aging Through The Social Determinants of Health
Now available as an eBook!

This new book examines the link between social determinants of health and the process of healthy aging. It provides public health practitioners and others interacting with the older population with best practices to encourage healthy aging and enhance the lives of people growing older.


Healthy Aging Through The Social Determinants of Health gives insight into the role that each of these plays in the healthy aging process: health and health care; neighborhood and built environment; social support; education; and economics and policy.


"When I was CEO of AARP, President of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, and engaged in international development with USAID, I could have really benefited from this book. Today, in teaching in the MBA program at Georgetown University, I will integrate it into my leadership and incorporate social responsibility courses.”

— Bill Novelli, MA

Professor and Founder of Business for Impact, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University Former CEO of AARP

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ISBN: 978-0-87553-315-5
Author: Edited by Elaine T. Jurkowski, PhD, MSW and M. Aaron Guest, PhD, MPH, MSW
Publisher: APHA Press
Format: Soft Cover, Print on Demand, no returns
Pages: 350
Publishing Date: 08/21