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date: 26 July 2021

Brody, Elaine Marjorie Breslowlocked

Brody, Elaine Marjorie Breslowlocked

  • Sadye L. M. LoganSadye L. M. LoganDream Maker's Education Foundation, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Social Work Journal for Women

Summary

Elaine Marjorie Breslow Brody (1922–2014) was a prolific researcher during a career that spanned six decades at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center, now the Polisher Research Institute. She was a trailblazer and visionary who combined practice and research as a social work practitioner. She served as a mentor and role model for many who were taking professional risks when gerontology was a new area of specialization. She leaves an outstanding legacy of scholarship, research, leadership, and service. She brought honor to the profession.

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