AMDA ON-THE-GO

Explore the field of post-acute and long-term care, with expert interviews, journal article reviews, innovations news, and more. Statements made by guests on this podcast are their own opinions and are not necessarily the positions of the Society. Speakers’ appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them, their views, or any entity they represent.

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Episodes

3 days ago

Episode: D2D Edition | Deprescribing of Anticoagulants: The IF, WHEN and HOW, a Discussion with a Cardiologist
Host: Sabine von Preyss-Friedman MD, FACP, CMD
Guest(s): Nicole Orr, MD; Irene Hamrick MD, CMD 
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Sabine von Preyss-Friedman, MD, FACP, CMD, and special guests Nicole Orr, MD, and Irene Hamrick, MD, CMD, discuss the updated guidelines for ASA and deprescribing of anticoagulants. 
Date Recorded: March 11, 2024
Available Credit: The American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) issues CMD credits for AMDA On-The-Go and affiliate podcast episodes as follows:
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5 days ago

Episode: May 2024
Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD
Guest(s): Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP (editor-in-chief); Nicole Orr, MD
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Dr. Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, and editor-in-chief Dr. Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP, discuss our May issue of Caring for the Ages with guest Nicole Orr, MD. This issue contains and special section on Heart Disease and Matters of the Heart. Dr. Orr, president of Post-Acute Cardiology Care, LLC, in Darien, CT, discusses the field of geriatric cardiology, including recent advancements and the need for collaboration with geriatricians and other post-acute and long-term care professionals. Dr. Galik also discusses three other articles in the special section: loneliness and heart disease, the importance of friendships amongst residents and how we can support residents to make friends, and a pragmatic research column on whether or not switching from warfarin to a novel oral anticoagulant is safer than remaining on warfarin in older, frail patients with atrial fibrillation. The findings are surprising!
Be sure to check out the rest of this important special issue, including articles on women and heart disease, SGLT-2 Inhibitors, legal issues associated with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and more!
Featured Articles:
Geriatric Cardiology: At the Forefront of Cardiovascular Care for Older Adults 
SGLT-2 Inhibitors for the Management of Heart Failure 
Loneliness and Heart Disease: What the Literature Tells Us and What We Can Do to Help
Thank You for Being a Friend in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care
To Switch or Not to Switch Anticoagulation?
Date Recorded: May 2, 2024
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Thursday Apr 18, 2024

Episode: Assisted Living Three-Part Series | Palliative Care and Goals of Care in AL (Part 3 of 3)
Host: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD
Guest(s): Michael Nash, MD, CMD; Katie O’Brien, MD, CMD
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD, and special guests Michael Nash, MD, CMD, and Katie O’Brien, MD, CMD, discuss framing goals of care conversations in an assisted living (AL) setting, including guiding patients, families, and staff when a higher level of care may be necessary, as well as what palliative care and hospice care might look like in an AL.
Date Recorded: April 5, 2024
Available Credit: The American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) issues CMD credits for AMDA On-The-Go and affiliate podcast episodes as follows:
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JAMDA On-The-Go | April 2024

Monday Apr 15, 2024

Monday Apr 15, 2024

Episode: April 2024
Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD
Guest(s): E-Shien (Iggy) Chang, PhD; Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP (co-editor-in-chief)
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Dr. Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, and co-editor-in-chief Dr. Barb Resnick, PhD, CRNP, will talk with Dr. E-Shien (Iggy) Chang, PhD, about her work exploring overt racial and ethnic conflict in resident-to-resident aggression in long-term care facilities. In addition to Dr. Chang's paper, the following articles will be highlighted and reviewed: An Integrative Review of the State of POLST Science: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go?; Exploring Predictive Factors for Potentially Avoidable Emergency Department Transfers: Findings From the FINE Study; and LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Training and Education: A Toolkit for Skilled Nursing Facilities. 
Articles Referenced:
Exploring Overt Racial and Ethnic Conflict in Resident-to-Resident Aggression in Long-Term Care Facilities
An Integrative Review of the State of POLST Science: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go?
Exploring Predictive Factors for Potentially Avoidable Emergency Department Transfers: Findings From the FINE Study
LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Training and Education: A Toolkit for Skilled Nursing Facilities
Date Recorded: April 12, 2024
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AMDA On-The-Hill | March 2024

Wednesday Apr 10, 2024

Wednesday Apr 10, 2024

Episode: March 2024
Alex Bardakh, MPP, CAE, the Society’s Senior Director of Advocacy and Strategic Partnerships, shares the latest news from the nation’s capital.
Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.org.
No credit is available for this program.
 

Monday Apr 08, 2024

Episode: April 2024
Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD
Guest(s): Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP (editor-in-chief); Glenn Tillotson; Allison Villegas, PA-C
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Dr. Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, and editor-in-chief Dr. Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP, discuss our April issue of Caring for the Ages with special guests Glenn Tillotson PhD, FIDSA, FCCP, and Allison Villegas, PA-C. This month, we honor Ms. Villegas as the winner of the Cowles award for the most-downloaded article in 2023: “Clearing Up Misconceptions About Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in Long-Term Care.” Dr. Tillotson discusses his co-authored article on clostridioides difficile in older adults, while Drs. Galik and Steinberg discuss our cover story on pets and pet therapy in long-term care and Dr. Galik's article on how to advocate for an aging relative during a skilled nursing facility stay.
Featured Articles:
Pet Presence in Long-Term Care: Making It Happen in Your CommunityClostridioides difficile: New Insights on Management in the Older PatientAdvocating for an Aging Relative During a Skilled Nursing Facility Stay: Managing Opportunities and ChallengesAdvanced Practice Providers Take Center Stage with the 2023 Cowles Award      Award Winner: Clearing Up Misconceptions About Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in Long-Term Care
Date Recorded: April 5, 2024
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Friday Apr 05, 2024

Episode: RSV Vaccinations in PALTC
Host: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD
Guest(s): Ann R. Falsey, MD
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD, and special guest Ann R. Falsey, MD, will discuss respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccines, the current RSV Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations, and how this impacts our PALTC community.
Date Recorded: April 1, 2024
Available Credit: The American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) issues CMD credits for AMDA On-The-Go and affiliate podcast episodes as follows:
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JAMDA On-The-Go | March 2024

Wednesday Mar 27, 2024

Wednesday Mar 27, 2024

Episode: March 2024
Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD
Guest(s): Emily Morgan, MD; Jessica Rice Williams, PhD; Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP (co-editor-in-chief); Paul Katz, MD, CMD (co-editor-in-chief)
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Dr. Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD, and co-editors-in-chief Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP, and Paul Katz, MD, CMD, will discuss three articles from the March issue. The topics include a paper that links payroll data, as a measure of facility-level turnover, to leadership commitment to workers. A second paper reports on a practical, evidence-based approach to implementing the 4Ms in long-term care. Finally, they will review a study conducted in Hong Kong that examines the link between aggression from residents in long-term care facilities to staff intention to leave, burnout and fatigue.
Articles Referenced:
Age-Friendly Framework in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care: Implementing the 4Ms in Long-Term Care
Can Better Leadership Reduce Nursing Home Staff Turnover?
     Resources Discussed by the Author During Podcast:
     Total Worker Health® | CDC     Video Library     Are You Ready?     Implementation Toolkits
Staff Turnover Intention at Long-Term Care Facilities: Implications of Resident Aggression, Burnout, and Fatigue
Date Recorded: March 25, 2024
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Monday Mar 18, 2024

Episode: Assisted Living Three-Part Series | Transitions of Care and Challenges in AL  (Part 2 of 3)
Host: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD
Guest(s): Michael Nash, MD, CMD; Katie O’Brien, MD, CMD; Sing Palat, MD, CMD
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD, and special guests Michael Nash, MD, CMD, Katie O’Brien, MD, CMD, and Sing Palat, MD, CMD, discuss how varying methods of delivering medical care in assisted living communities can lead to challenges in transitions of care, both to and from emergency departments, acute care, and skilled nursing facility settings. The concept of microtransitions will also be reviewed, as well as ways to meet these challenges going forward.
Date Recorded: March 4, 2024
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Sunday Mar 10, 2024

Episode: March 2024
Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD
Guest(s): Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP (editor-in-chief)
In This Episode:
In this episode, host Dr. Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, editor-in-chief Dr. Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP, discuss our March issue of Caring for the Ages. This month, our cover features the last editorial from long-time member of AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and Caring’s regular columnist, Dr. Steven Levenson, who sadly passed away in January. Drs. Galik and Steinberg also discuss a workforce initiative known as the Teaching Nursing Home Collaborative, the importance of engaging caregivers in transitions, and Dr. Galik’s own recent experience as a caregiver for her aging parents.
Featured Articles:
Medical Aid in Dying Laws: The Hidden Conflicts and Controversies
Remembering Steven Levenson, MD, CMD
How Nursing Home Leadership Strengthens the Workforce Pipeline Through the Teaching Nursing Home Collaborative
In the Thick of It: How to Survive as a Caregiver of an Aging Relative 
Caregivers, the Secret Sauce in Care Transitions 
Date Recorded: February 29, 2024
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