NEW! Geriatric Healthcare Education for Work and Home

Young woman embraces an elderly relative.

 

Two New Lecture Series

Help your geriatric population achieve optimum health. Learn the latest tips, treatments and guidelines for improving health in older adults in these new lecture series. These easy-to-use modules let you watch one lecture or the entire series. Earn 1.5 contact hours per lecture. 

Watch and earn up to 30 contact hours.

Visit:  uwcne.org/geriatric-health

 
 
 

Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia Series

Contact hours: Up to 15 contact hours  Rx: Up to 3.0
Fee: $45
Registeruwcne.org/geriatric-health/2017ADRD

  • Caring for the Caregiver  Lianne Hirano
  • Dementia  Stephen Thielke
  • Differential Diagnosis of Dementia, Delirium and Depression  Emily Trittschuh
  • Driving and Dementia  Kristoffer Rhoads
  • End of Life Care in Patients with Dementia: Palliative Care and Hospice  Wayne McCormick
  • Healthy Brain Aging and Dementia Prevention  Emily Trittschuh
  • Herbals, Supplements and Dementia  Gail Anderson   (Rx=1.50) 
  • Maximizing Quality of Life for Older Adults Across the Cognitive Continuum  Susan McCurry
  • Safe and Rational Prescribing in Cognitive Impairment  Stephen Thielke   (Rx=1.50) 
  • Using Family Dynamics to Cope with Dementia  Marty Richards

Rx= Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level.

 

Selected Topics Series

Contact hours: Up to 15.0
Fee: $45
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  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia  John Gore
  • De-Prescribing  Stephen Thielke
  • Developmental Disabilities in Older Adults  Jenny Roraback-Carson
  • Geriatric Oral Health  Susanne Kolare Jeffrey
  • Heart Failure in Older Adults: A Focus on Multi-Morbidity  Michael Chen
  • HIV in Older Adults  Wayne McCormick
  • Kidney Disease and Functional Decline in Older Adults  Bob Roshanravan
  • Medicare 101: The Basic A-B-C-Ds  Barbara Cochrane
  • The Alphabet Soup of Medicare Provisions Under the ACA  May Reed
  • The Role of Area Agencies on Aging and Disabilities in Geriatric Practice  Melissa Ensey