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Lunchtime Learning

"Anchors of the Care Team: Working with Families of Patients With Alzheimer's Disease"

Presented by J.T. Hunter, Family Services Coordinator with the Alzheimer's Association-WV Chapter on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017 from 12p.m.- 1p.m. in Room 2000 of the WVU Health Sciences building of the Charleston Division. 

The goal of Geriatrics Lunchtime Learning is to:

  • Improve the geriatric knowledge, skills and attitudes of health professions students, faculty and practitioners.
  • Supplement formal training for health care professionals students.
  • Support inter professional team care for older adults and their families.
  • Promote cultural competence for faculty, students and practitioners.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE 

Attend In-Person

Geriatrics Lunchtime Learning programs are generally held the fourth Wednesday of each month from 12 Noon - 1 pm at the West Virginia University Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center - Charleston Division, 3110 MacCorkle Avenue, Charleston, WV in Room 2000. Continuing education letters are provided on-site.

View Live Webinar                                                                                                                                                                                                  

To view a Lunchtime Learning presentation live webinar, If you are a CAMC employee visit CAMC Institute Media Site and the link to the presentation will appear a couple minutes before 12 Noon the day of the presentation.  If you are not CAMC employee log into this link to view live the day of the presentation.  YouTube Live Feed: http://camcinstitute.org/video/geriatrics

View Archived Webinars 

To view any previously recorded webinars click on the CAMC Institute Link Provided. This link will direct you to Geriatrics Series of Lunchtime Learning Presentations. http://camcinstitute.org/education/catalogs/geriatrics.htm



Obtaining Continuing Education Credits for Live and Archived Webinars

After the program is finished, select the "Online Register for CME Credit" button at the top right of the screen (most programs are approved for medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and social work credits). You must register with the CAMC Institute Course Registration System and follow the instructions to obtain credits.There is a $5 fee per person per program and a post test and evaluation are required to receive credits.

If you need a Certificate of Attendance for the Gerontology Practitioner Certificate, email ndaugherty@hsc.wvu.edu