Online Education | Geriatric Healthcare 2019 | ADRD
This series of ten lectures provides practical geriatric health promotion information for healthcare and social service professionals. The goal is to assist members of the healthcare team in developing and enhancing interventions to prevent disease and postpone further disability. Lectures cover an array of topics and were recorded during live telecasts from the University of Washington Health Sciences Center to clinical settings in the Pacific Northwest.
This series is jointly provided by UWCNE, the deTornyay Center for Healthy Aging and the Northwest Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Center (NW GWEC), a federally-funded regional center that conducts interprofessional education to optimize the primary care of older adults in the Northwest United States.
Watch one lecture or all ten and earn up to 15 contact hours for a single certificate processing fee of $45.
These lectures were recorded January through March 2019 at the University of Washington.
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Contact Hour Credit
Contact Hours: Up to 15.0 hours (1.5 per lecture)
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University of Washington School of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education
- University of Washington de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging
- Northwest Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Center (NW GWEC)
- Dementia | Stephen Thielke, MD, MSPH
- Frontline Tools: Delirium, Dementia and Depression | Emily Trittschuh, PhD
- Treatment of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia | Piruz Huda, MN
- Deprescribing (Rx) | Stephen Thielke, MD, MSPH
- Driving and Dementia | Kristoffer Rhoads, PhD
- Overview of Dementia Diagnosis | Angela Hanson, MD
- Optimizing Safety and Well-Being for Cognitively Impaired Patients | Karen Clay, MSW, LICSW
- Community Resources for Dementia | Marigrace Becker, MSW and Allison Boll, MSW
- Elder Abuse, Neglect and Cognitive Impairment | Kris Fredrickson, MSW
- Healthy Brain Aging and Dementia Prevention | Emily Trittschuh, PhD
This series is designed for nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, pharmacists, long term care workers, residential care coordinators, caregivers and other interested professionals.
Planning Committee Members
Joan Riesland, MEd, BSN, RN
Lead Nurse Planner, Continuing Nursing Education, University of Washington School of Nursing
Barbara Cochrane, PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor and Interim Chair, Family and Child Nursing, de Tornyay Endowed Professor for Healthy Aging, University of Washington School of Nursing
Michael Vitiello, PhD
Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington School of Nursing
- 15.00 Contact hours
- 1.50 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level