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Geriatric Training Opportunites for Health Professionals


New GeriVision 2012   Enter Here

TOPIC ARCHIVES

Prior Events.  Archives are available.  Please email:  grace.blunt@ttuhsc.edu

Spirituality and Aging

Dementia &Delirium

Hospitalization  Impact /Preventable Disease
Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly Series on Aging Parents:  Medical Concerns Orthoses in the Elderly
Aging and Blood Disorders Urinary Incontinence Assistance and Therapy Animals in Long Term Care
Nuances of Referrals to Home Health Care Palliative Care/Ethics Anticoagulation Management in the Elderly
The Geriatric Assessment for the Nurse and Other Health Care Disciplines Geriatric Resources Treatment of Hypertension in the Elderly
Flu in the Elderly Admission to Discharge:  Improving the Care of Geriatric Patients Drug Safety in Seniors Residing in LTC Facilities
The Beers Criteria:  Update Osteoporosis Updates and New Treatment Options Sexuality and Aging
Frailty Exercise and Aging Warning Warning..FDA and Black Box Warnings
Validation Therapy Workshop

4/12/12  Amarillo College West Campus Lecture Hall

Registration begins at 7:30.  Call 806-356-4637 for a brochure.

Pelvic Prolaspe in the Aging Woman

Geriatric Grand Rounds

Noon on 4/18/12

Speaker:  Dr. Paul Tullar

Nutritions Role in Fall Prevention

Geriatric Grand Rounds

Noon on 2/13/13

Speaker:  Dr. Kathy Chauncey

To RSVP or for more information or questions, please call (806)356-4637.

Prefer Web-based Training?


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AVAILABLE FOR NURSES AND SOCIAL WORKERS.  AFTER VIEWING THE CONTENT, PLEASE COMPLETE THE EVALUATION AND PROFILE BY CLICKING THE LINK AFTER EACH TRAINING TOPIC.

TRAINING I

Dementia vs. Delirium  Diagnosis Makes a Difference Sometimes...

CONTINUING EDUCATION EVALUATION

TRAINING II

Orthoses in the Elderly

CONTINUING EDUCATION EVALUATION



Continuing Nursing Education:

Amarillo College Center for Continuing Healthcare Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center Commission on Accreditation.


To RSVP or for more information or questions, please call (806)356-4637.

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