Dr. Crittenden's research focuses on older adult health and well-being, prevention and quality improvement across the care continuum, kinship families, and older adult civic engagement. Overarching themes in Crittenden's writings include productive aging and program evaluation. Dr. Crittenden serves as the evaluation director for the Maine Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program, and a co-PI for the Mayer-Rothschild Foundation Designation of Excellence in Person-Centered Long-Term Care. She also serves as an evaluator for the MOTIVATE oral health program and Maine's kinship navigator program.
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Provides pilot study results from the first-of-its-kind medicine mailback program, Safe Medicine Disposal for ME. The report includes an analysis of the number and types of drugs collected as well as a procedural outline of the program.