AMDA ON-THE-GO

Caring On-The-Go | May 2021

With Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP, Editor-in-Chief of CARING and Travis Neill

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Caring for the Ages

Recorded: May 5, 2021

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JAMDA ON-THE-GO | APRIL 2021

Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown
This podcast will spotlight articles from the April 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor of Family Medicine and Geriatrics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Co-director for the program on aging, disability, and long-term care, at the Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research
Dr. Brown is also a family physician and geriatrician at University of North Carolina, where she is an associate professor of family medicine and director of the residency training program.

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Recorded: April 28, 2021

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AMDA On-The-Go | Geriatric Engineering

lubliner.png David Lubliner PhD has been teaching at NJIT for 25 years. His current responsibilities are as a coordinator of three programs; Computer Technology, Medical Informatics, which he developed in 2009 and has authored a related textbook "Biomedical Informatics(2015):An Introduction to Informations Systems and Software in Medicine and Health" and developed a more recent minor in Geriatric Engineering in 2019. The goal is to migrate the Geriatrics Engineering program to a standalone BS in 2022. His background includes degrees in Math/physics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering (Biomedical concentration) and PhD in Information Systems. He worked in industry for ten years; first on the Patriot Missile System, then later in the field of Computer Architecture/Security for a fortune 50 company.

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Recorded: April 26, 2021

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AMDA On-The-Go | SNFs in the post-COVID World

grabowski.jpg David C. Grabowski, PhD, is a professor of health care policy in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. His research examines the economics of aging with a particular interest in the areas of long-term care and post-acute care. His works also examines the integration and coordination of care for dually eligible beneficiaries. Dr. Grabowski has been the Principal Investigator on five R01s from the National Institute on Aging on projects related to the value of post-acute care, skilled nursing facility payment, demand for long-term care insurance, specialization in dementia care, and nonprofit provision of nursing home care.

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Recorded: April 7, 2021

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FMDA Journal Club | PALTC Advocacy

Special Guest: Christian Bergman, MD, CMD
Host: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD

Our learning objectives for this session were:

  • Better understand methods and ways of engaging in advocacy.
  • Access tools necessary to effectively engage in public policy.
  • Distinguish between advocacy and lobbying.
  • Engage with media in a best practice manner while focusing on delivering a concise message.
  • Network with colleagues and build a network of PALTC "change agents."

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Recorded on 3/31/2021

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Caring On-The-Go | April 2021

With Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP, Editor-in-Chief of CARING

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Caring for the Ages

Recorded: March 31, 2021

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JAMDA On-The-Go | March, 2021

Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown, and Dr. Jaclyn Portelli Tremont

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Recorded on 3/22/2021

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FMDA Journal Club | Progress Report

Special Guest: Kimberly R. Smoak, MSH, QIDP

Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD

Our learning objectives for this session were:

1. Review the progress we have made since the onset of this pandemic.

2. Discuss the challenges faced by our SNFs and ALFs and the steps taken to resolve those issues.

3. Describe the gains we have made with vaccinations in our facilities and the obstacles we still need to overcome.

4. Evaluate the future state for our facilities and the improvements we need to make to our PALTC infrastructure.

Recorded: March 17, 2021

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AMDA On-The-Hill | VOLUME XIX

Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.org

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AMDA On-The-Go | Appropriate Use of Antipsychotic Medication in LTC

Innokentiy (Kent) Bakaev, M.D. A geriatric specialist and medical director of long-term chronic care and the Rehabilitative Services Unit at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston. He joined Hebrew SeniorLife in 2017. He received his medical degree from Perm State Medical Academy, Perm, Russia, where he also did his internship in internal medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at Oakland Physicians Medical Center in Michigan, affiliated with Wayne State University, and his geriatric medicine fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center with a rotation at Hebrew SeniorLife through the Harvard Medical School Multi-Campus Geriatric Fellowship.

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Recorded on 3/03/2021

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