The following is a list of available CME courses in the field of Geriatrics.
American Psychological Association (APA)
The American Psychological Association (APA) - ongoing
This innovative program uses text, audio, and video clips to deliver course content derived from recent research. Case examples, graphs, tables and practice tools are used to illustrate critical course content. Psychologists, counselors, grief and bereavement specialists, clergy, nurses, and other mental health providers can engage in this interactive 1 – 10 module program that focuses on the following End-of-Life issues:
The Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers - ongoing
The Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers (CNYGEC) offers evidence-based and interactive training sessions on a wide range of issues, health conditions and service delivery models to healthcare professionals and students, academic faculty, and others who provide services to older adults. Mount Sinai School of Medicine is accredited by Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians for all CNYGEC trainings. Please see the brochure for details. Participants can register online.
FD~AGE Physician Mini-Fellowships in Geriatrics - ongoing
The Mini-Fellowships are 3 - 4 day intensive courses for non-geriatricians seeking training in geriatrics education and curriculum development. They target clinician-educators and curriculum developers in internal medicine, family medicine, hospital medicine and other subspecialties. They are hosted by Duke University, Johns Hopkins, Mount Sinai School of Medicine and University of California, Los Angeles. To view details about each school's unique Mini-Fellowship or to find out more about the FD~AGE program, click here
Wisconsin Board Review Course and Update in Geriatric Medicine - Annually
The Wisconsin Board Review Course in Geriatric Medicine is an in-depth review of the field of Geriatric Medicine. The course seeks to assist physicians who will be sitting for the Certificate of Added Qualification (and Re-certification) Examination in Geriatric Medicine. It will also serve to assist clinicians who wish to provide better care to their geriatric patients. Faculty from the two medical schools in Wisconsin have joined forces to provide course participants with the depth and exposure that is necessary to prepare for an examination such as this. Faculty have been chosen for their full-time interest and commitment to geriatric medicine. Course participants will be exposed to principles of aging such as demography, and the clinical approach to the geriatric patient; and major syndromes such as dementia, incontinence, falls and metabolic bone disease. Special emphasis is placed on geropsychiatry, social/reimbursement issues and systems of geriatric care including long-term care and geriatric assessment. Organ specific diseases that have special import for the geriatric patient will also be reviewed. Finally, a special session focusing on the principles of multiple choice examination tests and strategies to efficiently complete these examinations will be given.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: “Annual Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric and Palliative Medicine” CME Course - Annually
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is pleased to offer the Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric & Palliative Medicine CME course–an important opportunity for close study with nationally recognized experts in both fields. An engaging, highly practical and comprehensive review of all aspects of geriatric and palliative medicine, this four-day course is uniquely organized around intimate work sessions, enabling participants to take advantage of close one-on-one mentoring, and networking opportunities. Case-based workshops cover topics ranging from geriatric assessment and pain management to hip fracture and urinary incontinence. Click here for more information.
UCLA Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine and Board Review - Annually
This four-day intensive course in geriatric medicine emphasizes a functional assessment approach to comprehensive care of older adults and is directed toward health care professionals who care for older persons, and toward faculty in teaching programs in geriatrics and gerontology. The course will be especially useful to internists and family physicians who are preparing for either the Examination for the Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatric Medicine or the Re-certification Examination.
Leadership and Management in Geriatrics - Annually
Most health professional graduates enter further training or practice without the benefit of any background in finance, business, or leadership. In today's complex healthcare systems world, however, these graduates become painfully aware of this lack in their education and training. This two-day course aims to address this gap in the professional development of physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and allied health professionals who work in clinical and academic settings related to geriatric care.
The San Antonio Geriatric and Palliative Education - Annually
The San Antonio VA GRECC and UT Health San Antonio have partnered for the past 5 years to produce an annual CME course in geriatrics and palliative care. We have changed the name this year from the Annual Board Review in Geriatrics and Palliative Care to the “San Antonio Geriatric and Palliative Education (SAGE) Symposium. ( brochure )
If you would like to submit a CME course for consideration on this list, please email Editor@POGOe.org.