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Geriatric Models of Care Collaborative Webinar: CAPABLE Program and LEAP Study

Product Type : Webinars
Language : English
Publisher :American Geriatrics Society
Year of publication : 2022

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

Featuring “CAPABLE Program Improves Disability in Multiple Randomized Trials” and “The Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place (LEAP) Study: Engaging Older Adults in Community-Based Exercise Classes to Impact Loneliness and Social Isolation".

The Geriatric Models of Care Collaborative meetings are quarterly webinars, hosted by Aurora Health in collaboration with the AGS' Acute Care Special Interest Group and the AGS Clinical Practice and Models of Care Committee, that feature recent papers on geriatrics models in JAGS and/or unpublished geriatric care models which address practice gaps. The Geriatric Models of Care Collaborative provides the opportunity to learn about different geriatric models of care to address the needs of complex older adults. Geriatricians, nurses, physical therapists, case managers, and social workers across different settings in academic or community hospitals in the United States are encouraged to view the webinar.

December 2021 Highlights

This session includes presentations on the following:

"CAPABLE Program Improves Disability in Multiple Randomized Trials"  

Speaker: Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, Patricia M. Davidson Health Equity and Social Justice Endowed Professor Director, Center on Innovative Care in Aging, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

“The Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place (LEAP) Study: Engaging Older Adults in Community-Based Exercise Classes to Impact Loneliness and Social Isolation”

Speaker: Allison Moser Mays, M.D., M.A.S., Assistant Professor, Physician Quality Specialist at Cedars Sinai

For the September 2021 webinar in the series, click here.

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