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Program Information

Title: 

* Closed * - CGEC NC Healthy Aging Summit 2017: Integrated Strategies for Community and Clinical Connections

Description:  This one-day summit will offer clinicians and community based providers tracks that will provide learning opportunities in the following areas: • Chronic Disease Self-Management • Falls Prevention • Behavioral Health & Medication Management • Bridge the community-clinical gap
CASCE#:  52895
Disciplines: Allied Health
  Mental Health
  Nursing
  Public Health
Format:  workshop
Objectives:  1. Identify ways to integrate and sustain evidence-based healthy aging programs into clinical settings.
  2. Identify how the Healthy Aging NC Resource Center can support linkages of participants to evidence-based healthy aging programs.

Program Times

Date/Time:
8/23/2017 8:45 AM - 8/23/2017 4:00 PM

Location

Organization:  The William and Ida Friday Center
Address:  100 Friday Center Drive
City:  Chapel Hill
Map:  Show Me!

Credits

0.5 CEU

4.75 Contact Hours

4.75 P.A.C.E. Contact Hours

5 CHES - CECH

5.5 Contact Hours CH - PTs ONLY

Faculty

Surabhi Aggarwal, MPH, RDN, LDN - Breakout Session 3: Age Well: Prevent Diabetes

Kirsten Ambrose, MS, CCRC - Breakout Session 1: Supporting Access for Older Adults to Arthritis Appropriate

Cristine Clarke, EdD - Breakout Session 1: Sustainability of Healthy IDEAS

Annette Demeny, AAS - Breakout Session 2: Innovative Strategies in Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programming

Pamela Duncan, PhD FAPTA FAHA - Plenary: Innovative Strategies to Link Hospitals to Community-Based Organizations

Katherine Harmon, MPH - Breakout Session 2: Need to Begin Falls Risk Assessments Prior to Age 65

Cindy Haynes, MSA-PA/CHES - Breakout Session 3: Chronic Pain Self-Management

Mark Hensley, MA - Breakout Session 2: Alzheimer's Disease: The Inevitable Epidemic

Nicole Hiegl, BS - Breakout Session 3: An Overview of Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention

Sharon Jackson, MPA - Breakout Session 3: Age Well: Prevent Diabetes

Michael McGregor, PT, DPT, CEEAA - Breakout Session 1: Building a Safety Net of Programs and the Role of the PT

Michael McGregor, PT, DPT, CEEAA - Breakout Session 2: Community/Clinical Partnerships to Enhance Falls Prevention

Nicolle Miller, MS, MPH, RD, LDN - Plenary: Conference Next Steps and Charge

Katelyn Owensby, PharmD - Plenary: Innovative Strategies to Link Hospitals to Community-Based Organizations

Mary Lynn Piven, PhD, PMHCNS/NP-BC - Breakout Session 1: Sustainability of Healthy IDEAS

Laura Plunkett, MPH, CHES - Breakout Session 1: Road to Diabetes Self-Management Education Accreditation

Ellen Schneider, MBA - Breakout Session 1: Sustainability of Healthy IDEAS

Ellen Schneider, MBA - Plenary: Innovative Strategies to Link Hospitals to Community-Based Organizations

Stephanie Stewart, BS - Breakout Session 2: Innovative Strategies in Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programming

Jen Teague, MA - Breakout Session 1: Building a Safety Net of Programs and the Role of the PT

Victoria Tilley, PT, GCS - Breakout Session 2: Community/Clinical Partnerships to Enhance Falls Prevention

Serena Weisner, MS - Breakout Session 1: Supporting Access for Older Adults to Arthritis Appropriate

Program Fees

$50.00 Registration Fee.
 

Cancellation Fee

$0.00 Cancellation Fee. There is no refund. Substitutes are encouraged.
 

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