Age-Friendly Healthcare in a COVID-19 World (virtual symposium)
Live Webinar: Friday, September 25, 2020
8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Age-friendly healthcare involves using evidence-based practice and awareness of what matters most to individuals in every care interaction. It also operates within the 4M's framework, which includes Medication, Mentation, Mobility, and What Matters Most. This framework has, however, had to adapt to the global coronavirus pandemic. Our webinar will host experts on each aspect of the 4M's and panels of those on the front lines serving older adults in our communities.
- Keynote: Megan Wolfe, JD - Age-Friendly Public Health Systems
- Alex Papaioannou, MD - Mobility - Mobility and Osteoporosis
- Manju Beier, PharmD - Medication - Medication Management
- Ray Ownby, MD, PhD - Mentation - Brain Health and Dementia Prevention
- Marshall Kapp, JD, MPH - What Matters Most - The Coronavirus and Older People: Legal and Ethical Concerns
Dementia Care Panel: Breaking Down Silos - This interactive session will guide the audience through Florida's publicly accessible dementia care resources and provide updates on ways communities across the state are supporting persons affected. Leaders in the dementia care resource network will explain how partnership with and referral to dementia care community supports can improve the patient and caregiver experience.
COVID-19 Panel: Lessons and Stories from the Front Lines - The COVID-19 panel will discuss challenges of managing COVID-19 in older adults both in community and institutional settings. It will address the aspects of social isolation, infection prevention, and medical management.
Registration and Continuing Education
To register, please visit our registration page through ToGoWebinar.
We are offering continuing education credits for a fee of $35, otherwise attendance is free. Our webinar is currently approved for:
- PT/PTA - 6.5 CEHs for the state of Florida through the NSU Physical Therapy Department
- MD/DO - 5.5 credits
We are in the process of securing credits for nursing and social work licenses as well and will provide an update with that information as soon as possible. If you would like to pay to receive credits for your license, you will receive a link to our Eventbrite payment site in your registration confirmation email which can be used to make an online payment.
FMDA - The Florida Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Memory Disorder Clinic
FHCA - The Florida Health Care Association
Elder Care Services of the Big Bend
Florida Geriatrics Society
Florida Medical Practice Plan
Nova Southeastern University GWEP
Florida State University College of Social Work
Florida State University College of Medicine
REACH: Resources and Education for Aging, Community, and Health
Institute for Successful Longevity