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Join ASCP and AMDA leadership for a panel discussion on the use of opioid analgesics in the PALTC settings. Panelists will discuss the challenges to appropriate opioid use and strategies to ensure positive clinical outcomes in older adults. Topics...
The current session will present a longitudinal curriculum on PALTC medical direction for geriatrics fellows to raise their interest and enhance their knowledge and skills on this topic.
Dementia care is challenging. The purpose of these sessions is to recognize that individuals living with dementia are seeking to meet needs, find value and meaning, and live life in the context of ever-changing abilities while living in demanding...
This presentation explores the care of two common problems encountered by the nursing home resident - urinary incontinence and constipation. The presenter will highlight behavioral (or non-pharmacological) approaches in management, primarily...
In early 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services published a strongly worded report on the problems related to excessive opioid prescribing to try to manage chronic pain. This has led to pressure to reduce the prescribing of opioids,...
Physicians are encountering patients in PALTC settings (skilled nursing facilities, home health care, assisted living facilities, etc.) who are very complex and unstable upon admission and thereafter, and the roles of the attending physician and...
This session will review the principles of academic detailing as an effective tool for improving clinical decision making within the long term care setting. It will examine case studies of organizations which have performed academic detailing in...
In the post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) setting a primary goal of identifying acute change of conditions (ACOC) is to enable staff to evaluate and manage a patient at the facility and avoid the transfer to a hospital or emergency room. To...
The Advance Care Planning (ACP) Pocket Card provides a quick reference to discussing advance care decisions with your patients. The professional is assisted in encouraging patients to consider the full range of issues informing the very personal...
Ease the Advance Care Planning Conversation Everything is easier with preparation — even difficult conversations. That’s why AMDA-The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine assembled this comprehensive guide to discussing advance care...