Loneliness & Social Isolation

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Loneliness & Social Isolation

Globally, social isolation and loneliness are a focus of research, particularly within the elderly community. While the two concepts are often used interchangeably, social isolation arises when a person does not have enough people to interact with, while loneliness is the distress experienced by not having enough social relationships or contact, with people. Theme: Healthy Aging & Healthy Living




  • Jan Gurley, Medical Director, San Francisco Department of Public Health Clinic
  • Angela DiMartino, Project Coordinator, Curry Senior Center
    • Maureen Feldman, Adjunct Associate Professor, Los Angeles Pierce College
      • Anna Chodos, DIV of General Internal Medicine & DIV of Geriatrics, ZSFG & UCSF
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