Wednesday Aug 31, 2022

Caring On-The-Go | August-September 2022

August-September 2022

In this episode Karl Steinberg and Elizabeth Galik discuss the unfolding research on long COVID in older adults and long-term care residents, a model for behavioral health integration, human-animal interactions and intergenerational programs in nursing homes, and the link between breakfast protein quality and sarcopenia.

  • Christine Kilgore, “Long COVID: The Pandemic’s Undocumented Long-Term Sequelae:” https://bit.ly/3psgEul
  • Leah Watson, “Behavioral Health Integration and Training – A Model to Extend the Reach of Psychiatry:” https://bit.ly/3A31Ffb
  • Elizabeth Galik, “Human-Animal Interaction and Intergenerational Programs: Little Moments of Joy Can Transform the Day:” https://bit.ly/3CdARvo
  • Milta Little, “Higher Breakfast Protein Quality Is Associated with Reduced Incidence of Sarcopenia:” https://bit.ly/3AsoFpt  

Host: Karl Steinberg, MD, HMDC, CMD

Guest(s): Elizabeth Galik, Ph.D., CRNP

Resources: Caring for the Ages

Recorded: August 9, 2022

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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