The CEAL@UNC Expert Registry allows National Core affiliates – assisted living researchers, administrators, care providers, policy makers, and consumers – to share their expertise and experiences with others.
To join the Expert Registry, an individual must be an affiliate of one of CEAL’s National Cores.
To date, affiliates have shared expertise in four areas; these areas will grow over time. Affiliates may have expertise in more than one area. If you would like to contact any of the Registry’s experts, please contact us.
Clinical Care and Outcomes
Assisted living residents have medical and psychosocial care needs. These experts are knowledgeable about clinical care and outcomes.
Dementia Care and Outcomes
A majority of assisted living residents have cognitive impairment or dementia. These experts are knowledgeable about dementia care and outcomes.
Workforce and Care Partners
The assisted living workforce includes paid (professional) and unpaid (family/friend) care partners. These experts are knowledgeable about workforce and care partners.
Systems, Policy, and Regulation
Assisted living is a state-regulated care setting, and part of a larger health and supportive care network. These experts are knowledgeable about systems, policy, and regulation.