The global exchange honor provides College of Community Innovation and Education Professor Su-I Hou an opportunity to share and expand her research on healthy aging.
UCF Global Health Management and Informatics Professor Becomes American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow
Su-I Hou’s newly minted status as ACHE Fellow marks the highest standard of professional development in the field of healthcare management.
The award honors established member programs who demonstrate involvement in and commitment to the organization.
As the population ages, communities must adopt more creative ways to help older adults stay mentally and physical healthy and engaged, especially in light of the social isolation caused by COVID-19, according to a UCF population health researcher.
Although cancer is the leading cause of death for Chinese adults, few get screenings that could save lives.
The number of Americans age 65 and older continues to increase as the baby boom generation ages and people are living longer.
We are pleased to announce several leadership updates at the College of Community Innovation and Education.
Professor Su-I Hou will be at the Gerontological Society of America Conference in Austin, Texas on November 15 to discuss aging-in-community research.
Su-I Hou, professor of health management and informatics and health-track coordinator of the doctoral program in public affairs at UCF, was added to the Fulbright Specialist Roster with the State Department’s Fulbright Specialist Program.