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College of Medicine to host sexuality and aging event

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Feb. 10, 2011

The Florida State University College of Medicine on Friday will host “Sexuality and Aging,” an event geared toward senior citizens. The event is part of the geriatrics department’s “It’s Never Too Late to Learn” series that brings medical students and elders together in activities to promote active lifestyles leading to positive health outcomes.
 
More than 150 Tallahassee senior citizens, several dozen medical students, including members of the Geriatrics Interest Group, and nearly a dozen community health organizations and sponsors will participate. Among the organizations taking part are the Tallahassee Senior Center, The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, Thagard Student Health Center, Bond Community Health Center, Department of Elder Affairs, Big Bend Cares Clinic, Pepper Institute on Aging, Leon County Health Department and Homes Instead Senior Care.
 
The event includes free health screenings, demonstrations related to sexuality and aging, and a presentation by Dr. Lisa Granville, professor and associate chair of the department of geriatrics at the College of Medicine. It will be held:
 

FRIDAY, FEB. 11
10 A.M.-1 P.M.
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

 


 

CONTACT: Doug Carlson
(850) 645-1255; doug.carlson@med.fsu.edu