Oleg Zaslavsky PhD, MHA, RN
My program of research is consistent with biobehavioral adult health and health informatics mission of the department. My research is also well aligned with the School of Nursing ‘Lifespan Health’, ‘Innovative Methods’ and ‘Health Equity’ research pillars. Broadly speaking my program of scholarship is focused on understanding mechanisms and developing interventions for frailty and health improvement in older adults. Specifically, my research agenda has three interrelated foci: assessing and improving health outcomes in older persons at risk for and with frailty; understanding and promoting health equity and healthy aging; and examining the ways in which innovative technological solutions support quality of life and function in older and frail persons.
- BSN, University of Haifa
- MHA, University of Tel Aviv
- PhD, University of Washington
Awards and Accolades
- Fulbright scholar
What classes do you teach?
Gerontological Nursing (NURS 404)
Methodological Perspectives in Nursing Inquiry (NMETH 580)
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
Rich and stimulating environment. Opportunities to work with bright students and outstanding faculties.
DepartmentBiobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics
- Innovative Interventions
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health