Oleg Zaslavsky PhD, RN

Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics Department, School of Nursing, University of Washington

Dr. Zaslavsky's program of research focuses on defining mechanisms and developing technology-enhanced interventions for frailty and functional improvement in older adults. 

His research agenda has three interrelated foci: improving ambulatory care management, developing technology-enhanced behavioral interventions, and defining and promoting healthy aging of persons at risk for and with frailty. 

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