NGEC free community training programs

Sanford Center for Aging

Topic #1: Is it Dementia, Depression or Delirium? How can you tell?
Topic# 2: Are You Managing Your Meds or Are Your Meds Managing You?

Presented by Dolores Ward-Cox, M.S., Education Coordinator and Leslie Baker, Pharm.D., BCGP, Director of Medication Therapy Management, University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine, Sanford Center for Aging, Nevada Geriatric Education Center

Program Objectives

• Differentiate between dementia, depression and delirium in older populations

• Discuss resources for dementia, depression and delirium

• Describe the benefits of participating in a medication review program

• Discuss some tips and strategies for achieving maximum benefits of medications

• Discuss how the use of multiple medications may affect older adults

Dates & Locations

Pahrump: Due to our concern for the health and well-being of our community (patients, care partners, community professionals, team members, etc.), the Sanford Center for Aging (SCA) has decided to suspend in-person trainings and meetings when possible. Therefore, we are changing the date for the Community Training on "Is it dementia, depression or delirium?" and "Are you managing your meds, or are your meds managing you?" in Pahrump on Tuesday, May 5. This training will now occur on Tuesday, May 19 from 2 to 4:15 p.m. via Zoom interactive video technology.

Read a special announcement from Peter Reed, SCA Director. 

Stay healthy and take care. We look forward to seeing you via Zoom soon!

ZOOM Video Conferencing, provided through the partnership with University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, will allow providers to participate at their desks or laptops from the comfort of their home or office. Instructions for computer/laptop participation will be sent via email after registration is processed.

Please register at least one week prior to training.

For more information, contact Dolores M. Ward Cox: (775) 682-8470 or dmwardcox@unr.edu

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CEU Credit Information: This program has been submitted to the Board for Social Workers and Board for Long Term Care Administrators for 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). UNR School of Medicine, Sanford Center for Aging approves this program for 2.0 hours of nursing continuing education credits.