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  • Thursday, April 1, 2021

    • Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Join Zoom Meeting

      Join Zoom Meeting

      https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/96224485739?pwd=N0ZGUHdvai8wbGJkU2VzQ3dsYTdWQT09

      Meeting ID: 962 2448 5739
      Passcode: 802750

      The Clinical, Social and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds are canceled until further notice.

      Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine is a weekly conference.  Topics and discussants change weekly.   The general schedule is as follows:

      4:00 PM         Invocation: 5- minutes. Well-received invocations have included discussions of current contentious medico-ethical or legal issues, changes in the health care financing system, or the state of academic medicine.

      4:05                Clinical Case: 20-minutes.  A faculty member or fellow is assigned to present a clinical case.  The typical format begins with the presentation of a case with an overview of the history of present illness, pertinent past medical history, family history, social history, review of systems, and physical examination.  The format for this session can include active audience participation or the review by the discussant of appropriate literature pertinent to the case for the remainder of the session.

      4:25                Announcements/Introductions: 5-minutes. Individuals who have come to the conference for the first time are introduced.  General announcements of lectures throughout the University are given.  Divisional announcements are made.

      4:30-5:00       Academic Projects in Progress: 30-minutes. The scope of this component of Grand Rounds is the most diverse, and includes presentations about basic science, clinical, epidemiologic research, etc.  The concept of “academic projects in progress” is open to interpretation.

      The goal is to invite a variety of colleagues with research and/or clinical interests related directly or indirectly to Geriatric Medicine and aging. 

      For this week's topics and speakers, please see attached.

       
       
  • Friday, April 2, 2021

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  • Saturday, April 3, 2021

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  • Sunday, April 4, 2021

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  • Monday, April 5, 2021

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  • Tuesday, April 6, 2021

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  • Wednesday, April 7, 2021

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  • Thursday, April 8, 2021

    • Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Join Zoom Meeting

      Join Zoom Meeting

      https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/92496820782?pwd=N3BNSGc2QzRueGkrVEgvQnpxVnhmdz09

      Meeting ID: 924 9682 0782
      Passcode: 705598

      The Clinical, Social and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds are canceled until further notice.

      Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine is a weekly conference.  Topics and discussants change weekly.   The general schedule is as follows:

      4:00 PM         Invocation: 5- minutes. Well-received invocations have included discussions of current contentious medico-ethical or legal issues, changes in the health care financing system, or the state of academic medicine.

      4:05                Clinical Case: 20-minutes.  A faculty member or fellow is assigned to present a clinical case.  The typical format begins with the presentation of a case with an overview of the history of present illness, pertinent past medical history, family history, social history, review of systems, and physical examination.  The format for this session can include active audience participation or the review by the discussant of appropriate literature pertinent to the case for the remainder of the session.

      4:25                Announcements/Introductions: 5-minutes. Individuals who have come to the conference for the first time are introduced.  General announcements of lectures throughout the University are given.  Divisional announcements are made.

      4:30-5:00       Academic Projects in Progress: 30-minutes. The scope of this component of Grand Rounds is the most diverse, and includes presentations about basic science, clinical, epidemiologic research, etc.  The concept of “academic projects in progress” is open to interpretation.

      The goal is to invite a variety of colleagues with research and/or clinical interests related directly or indirectly to Geriatric Medicine and aging. 

      For this week's topics and speakers, please see attached.

       
       
  • Friday, April 9, 2021

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  • Saturday, April 10, 2021

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  • Sunday, April 11, 2021

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  • Monday, April 12, 2021

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  • Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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  • Thursday, April 15, 2021

    • Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      CME Code: 26818

      Zoom Link:

      https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/92496820782?pwd=N3BNSGc2QzRueGkrVEgvQnpxVnhmdz09

      Meeting ID: 924 9682 0782

      Passcode: 705598


      Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine is a weekly conference.  Topics and discussants change weekly.   The general schedule is as follows:

      4:00 PM         Invocation: 5- minutes. Well-received invocations have included discussions of current contentious medico-ethical or legal issues, changes in the health care financing system, or the state of academic medicine.

      4:05                Clinical Case: 20-minutes.  A faculty member or fellow is assigned to present a clinical case.  The typical format begins with the presentation of a case with an overview of the history of present illness, pertinent past medical history, family history, social history, review of systems, and physical examination.  The format for this session can include active audience participation or the review by the discussant of appropriate literature pertinent to the case for the remainder of the session.

      4:25                Announcements/Introductions: 5-minutes. Individuals who have come to the conference for the first time are introduced.  General announcements of lectures throughout the University are given.  Divisional announcements are made.

      4:30-5:00       Academic Projects in Progress: 30-minutes. The scope of this component of Grand Rounds is the most diverse, and includes presentations about basic science, clinical, epidemiologic research, etc.  The concept of “academic projects in progress” is open to interpretation.

      The goal is to invite a variety of colleagues with research and/or clinical interests related directly or indirectly to Geriatric Medicine and aging. 

      For this week's topics and speakers, please see attached.

       
       
  • Friday, April 16, 2021

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  • Saturday, April 17, 2021

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  • Sunday, April 18, 2021

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  • Monday, April 19, 2021

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  • Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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  • Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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  • Thursday, April 22, 2021

    • Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Join Zoom Meeting

      Join Zoom Meeting

      https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/96224485739?pwd=N0ZGUHdvai8wbGJkU2VzQ3dsYTdWQT09

      Meeting ID: 962 2448 5739
      Passcode: 802750

      The Clinical, Social and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds are canceled until further notice.

      Clinical, Social, and Scientific Foundations of Geriatric Medicine is a weekly conference.  Topics and discussants change weekly.   The general schedule is as follows:

      4:00 PM         Invocation: 5- minutes. Well-received invocations have included discussions of current contentious medico-ethical or legal issues, changes in the health care financing system, or the state of academic medicine.

      4:05                Clinical Case: 20-minutes.  A faculty member or fellow is assigned to present a clinical case.  The typical format begins with the presentation of a case with an overview of the history of present illness, pertinent past medical history, family history, social history, review of systems, and physical examination.  The format for this session can include active audience participation or the review by the discussant of appropriate literature pertinent to the case for the remainder of the session.

      4:25                Announcements/Introductions: 5-minutes. Individuals who have come to the conference for the first time are introduced.  General announcements of lectures throughout the University are given.  Divisional announcements are made.

      4:30-5:00       Academic Projects in Progress: 30-minutes. The scope of this component of Grand Rounds is the most diverse, and includes presentations about basic science, clinical, epidemiologic research, etc.  The concept of “academic projects in progress” is open to interpretation.

      The goal is to invite a variety of colleagues with research and/or clinical interests related directly or indirectly to Geriatric Medicine and aging. 

      For this week's topics and speakers, please see attached.

       
       
    • The Karen A. Armacost 7th Annual Lecture on Geriatric Care Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Age-Friendly Health Systems and Communities: Evidence-based Care for Older Adults

      Presented by: Alice Bonner, PhD., RN

      he John A. Hartford Foundation, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and their partners, are working together to scale and expand Age-Friendly Health Systems and communities. An interdisciplinary group of expert clinicians and researchers reviewed the scientific aging literature and created a framework known as the 4Ms (What Matters, Medication, Mobility and Mentation).

      Over 1000 teams from around the United States are currently working to become Age-Friendly Health Systems. Partnerships with leadership organizations have led to cities, towns and states creating strategic plans for optimal aging. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented additional challenges and surprising opportunities.

      This interactive session will engage participants in a discussion of global, national and local age-friendly programs as well as what we are learning from the COVID-19 experience.

       
       
  • Friday, April 23, 2021

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  • Saturday, April 24, 2021

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  • Sunday, April 25, 2021

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  • Monday, April 26, 2021

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  • Friday, April 30, 2021

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