Geriatric Lecture Series
December 1, 2016 - Delirium: Medication Decision-Making in Prevention and Management
There is not a lecture currently available to view for credit. Please check back in March to view our 2017 Geriatric Lecture Series
Ryan Carnahan, PharmD, MS, BCPP, is the Associate Director of Education and Outreach. He is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the College of Public Health. His work aims to improve quality of care, particularly medication use, for people with dementia and delirium through education and implementation of best practices. He also studies patterns of use and adverse effects of medications in the elderly, and is involved in drug safety surveillance for the FDA. He is particularly interested in adverse events related to medication-associated cognitive impairment. His work involves analysis of large administrative healthcare databases as well as data from electronic medical records.
The Geriatric Lecture Series online presentations cover a wide range of topics in the clinical management of older adults. Find out how to participate here. Registration for the 2016 Geriatric Lecture Series is now closed.
Each month's lecture is accessible online for the entire month. The lecture schedule for 2016 is available here.
Participants in the Geriatric Lecture Series can download the handouts for the month's presentation and appropriate forms to get CME or CEU credit here.
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