Thursday Jan 27, 2022
JAMDA On-The-Go | January 2022 | Delirium / Exercise in Long-Term Care / Slowing
This podcast will spotlight articles from the January 2022 issue of JAMDA. JAMDA is the official journal of AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine.
Host: Karl Steinberg MD, HMDC, CMD
Guests: Philip Sloane MD, MPH; Mallory Brown, MD
Delirium in the nursing home:
- Skretteberg, W.H., RN, MSc, et. al., “Delirium During Acute Events in Nursing Home Patients”, JAMDA, Jan/2022.
- Webber, C, PhD, et. al., “Probable Delirium and Associated Patient Characteristics in Long-Term Care and Complex Continuing Care: A Population-Based Observational Study”, JAMDA, Jan/2022.
Exercise and Nursing Home Residents:
- Coelho-Júnior, H.J., PhD, et. al., “Is High-Speed Resistance Training an Efficient and Feasible Exercise Strategy for Frail Nursing Home Residents?”, JAMDA, Jan/2022.
- Courel-Ibáñez, J., PhD, et. al., “Impact of Tailored Multicomponent Exercise for Preventing Weakness and Falls on Nursing Home Residents' Functional Capacity”, JAMDA, Jan/2022.
Slowing in Older Persons:
- Van de Schraaf, S.A.J., MSc, et. al., “Slowing: A Vascular Geriatric Syndrome?”, JAMDA, Jan/2022
- Sloane, P.D., MD, MPH, et. al., “Should Slowing Be Considered a Distinct Geriatric Syndrome?”, JAMDA, Jan/2022.
Recorded: January 12, 2022
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