Aging, Communication at end-of-life
Office: CIS 3030
Dr. Roscoe joined the Department of Communication in 2006. Previously, Dr. Roscoe held faculty appointments in the School of Aging Studies, and in Geriatric Medicine and Medical Ethics and Humanities in the College of Medicine at USF. Her research interests include health communication, aging, ethics, and end-of-life. Current projects include investigating methods of improving communication between cancer patients, family members, and health care providers, and the ways in which spirituality and other resources give meaning to long-term caregiving for family caregivers.
PhD, Aging Studies, University of South Florida, 2000.
MLIR, (Master’s degree in Labor & Industrial Relations), Michigan State University, 1981.
BA, Communication, Michigan State University, 1980.
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Ph.D. Seminar: Comm Ph.D. Students Only Or By Instr Approval
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