* Discuss the context for late life functional assessment
* Describe the limitations of traditional functional assessment methods
* Explain the advantages of contemporary methods of functional assessment
* Discuss examples of how contemporary functional assessment might be useful in working with older adults with chronic health problems
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Dr. Jette’s is an internationally recognized expert in the measurement and epidemiology of functional limitations and disability. He has developed numerous instruments that assess function and disability and has published over 125 articles on these topics in the rehabilitation, geriatrics, and public health literature. Dr. Jette’s current research interests include the measurement, epidemiology, and prevention of disability, and the development and dissemination of contemporary outcome measurement instruments to evaluate the quality of health care. Dr. Jette chaired the Institute of Medicine’s Study, The Future of Disability in America. Building on the 1991 landmark IOM report, Disability in America, the IOM Panel released its report in April, 2007 that updates developments since 1991 and highlights future disability priorities for the nation.