About Lillie's Circle of Care

Constance L. Kizzie-Gillett, ML

Founder

After my mother was diagnoised with Alzheimer’s I read everything possible to educate myself on Alzheimer’s disease. I returned to college earned a BS in Human Services (magna cum laude), and a Master of Leadership in 2016 from the University of Southern California-Sol Price School of Public Policy. My latest accomplishment is the completion of the Joseph Business School which has given me the tools to successfully use my business Lillie’s Circle of Care to address the epidemic of Alzheimer’s Disease through Lillie’s Circle of Care In-Home Supportive Agency and the Alzheimer’s Training Academy.
After my mother was diagnoised with Alzheimer’s I read everything possible to educate myself on Alzheimer’s disease. I returned to college earned a BS in Human Services (magna cum laude), and a Master of Leadership in 2016 from the University of Southern California-Sol Price School of Public Policy. My latest accomplishment is the completion of the Joseph Business School which has given me the tools to successfully use my business Lillie’s Circle of Care to address the epidemic of Alzheimer’s Disease through Lillie’s Circle of Care In-Home Supportive Agency and the Alzheimer’s Training Academy.

Experience:

Affordable Care Act Certified
Patient Navigation Certified
Chronic Disease Self-Management Certified
W.A.Y.S. Home Care & Health Agency, LLC-Orientation Instructor
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science-Instructor
Member of the American Public Health Association-Action Board Member (Policy)
Former: Commissioner Los Angeles County Community Action Board

Instructor of the Affordable Care Act-Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement-University of Southern California

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science- (IRB), also known as an independent ethics committee (IEC)

Publications:

Health Policy and Shared Decision Making in Emergency Care: A Research Agenda
Document Type, C. (2016). Health Policy and Shared Decision Making in Emergency Care: A Research Agenda. Academic Emergency Medicine, 23(12). http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/acem.13098

Adapting Conceptual Frameworks for Patient Engagement in Emergency Department Research. Academic Emergency Medicine, 23(12), 1332-1336. DOI: 10.1111/acem.13066

“Emergency Medicine Palliative Care Access (EMPallA): Protocol for a Multi-Center Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Effectiveness of Outpatient Clinic versus Nurse-Led Telephonic Palliative Care of Older Adults with Advanced Illness”

(manuscript ID: bmjopen-2018-025692).