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Resource Center|WyGEC

Online Resource Center

The WyGEC Online Resource Center is a central source for current aging related sources. The most commonly used web sites are listed below under Quick Links. The index in the column on the left indicate the subject categories of most relevance to the WyGEC initiatives. This is not intended to be a comprehensive directory of aging related topics.

Some selected topics will have a PubMed filtered search which will provide a current list of articles with free full text available. As an example, see the link below:

Recent Articles on Aging

To get a list of current aging-related articles, freely available through PubMed, click here.


Quick Links

POGOe: Portal of Geriatric Online Education

The Portal of Geriatric Online Education (POGOe) is a free public repository of a growing collection of geriatric educational materials in various e-learning formats, including lectures, exercises, virtual patients, case-based discussions, simulations, as well as links to other resources.

Aging Studies Resources:

Subject Guide of resources on aging topics for UW students, faculty and staff and health care professionals in the state of Wyoming. Included are databases, recommended books, web sites, style manuals, tutorials and Wyoming resources, including the WYLD databases. From University of Wyoming Libraries

Wyoming Health Information Survey of Residents Age 50 and Older

Survey conducted by AARP and WyGEC in 2009 to determine "if Wyoming residents age 50 and over are able to access adequate information to make adequate decisions, whether information from outside sources is filling the gap left by reduced face-to-face time with physicians, and how a person's health literacy impacts their health care experience."



The opinions and views expressed by contributors to this web site are those of the contributor and are not intended as individual medical advice. In addition, they do not represent the views of the  University of Wyoming or the College of Health Sciences.

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