Clinical Practices and Research Advances – Februari 22nd, 20224 – 12PM CT
In this IPA webinar, Dr. Maria Lapid will review the clinical aspects of late-stage dementia, including end-of-life issues, and provide an overview of how palliative and hospice care as defined and practiced in the United States are relevant and applicable to these critical stages. Prof. Dr. Lieve Van den Block will review important developments in end-of-life and palliative care research for people with dementia and their family carers, focusing on innovative health service research and social models of care for people with dementia, on effectiveness of palliative care models for nursing homes, and on views of people with dementia and their family carers on advance care planning.
Dr. Maria Lapid MD, Professor of Psychiatry – Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota, USA
Dr. Lieve Van den Block, Prof. of Aging and Palliative care, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Chair, Aging and Palliative Care Research Programme, End-of-Life Care Research Group, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Ghent University in Belgium, Collen-Francqui Research Professor Chair ‘Aging, dementia and palliative careRegistration
Falls Prevention in Residential Aged Care Settings
On August 17, 2023 – 12pm – 1pm, AEST, the ANZFPS and the EMCR committee organise a free webinar on falls prevention in residential aged care settings.
Dr. Jennie Hewitt: The implementation of Sunbeam into RACF
Rik Dawson: Delivering fall prevention exercise using telehealth.Registration
Focus on short term functional recovery: tools, commitment and patients’ outcome (Morten-Tange Kristensen – Physiotherapist, Denmark)
Sarcopenia: what, when and how we can manage in orthogeriatric patients (Emanuele Marzetti, Geriatrician – Italy)
The post-fracture care models: accounting for functional recovery and quality of life (Kassim Javaid, Rheumatologist – UK)Registration
Promoting physical activity across settings.
The webinar took place on the 8th May 2023. Prof Levinger discussed the use of the Seniors Exercise Parks to improve physical activity and reduce fall risk. Prof Waters discussed the “Steady As You GO” program, an effective model of community-based peer-led exercise in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Dr Ekegren discussed physical activity and sedentary behaviour in hospital settings.
The recording of the 75min webinar is now available.
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Vitality is a physiological state resulting from the interaction between multiple physiological systems, reflected in energy and metabolism, neuromuscular function, and immune and stress response functions of the body (WHO). As a physiological determinant of physical and mental capacities an individual can draw on at any point in time, early detection of deterioration of vitality allow early interventions to delay the onset of frailty and extend the healthy lifespan of aging persons.Go to video
Muscle health is of upmost importance to maintain many organ systems, and therewith to our ageing process. The lecture will highlight the pathophysiology of muscle health decline and its consequences and gives advice on how to intervene to either maintain or increase muscle health. After the webinar, the participant can describe the relationship between sarcopenia, vulnerability and fall risk. The participant can apply the tools provided in daily practice.
About the speaker
Professor Andrea B. Maier, MD PhD FRACP
Biogerontologist, Internal Medicine specialist, Geriatrician and international health policy specialist
📆 Thursday, April 20th 2023
🕓 The webinar will take place from 09.00 am to 11:00 am Central European Time (CET).
The Frailty Seminar Series: 11 webinars
A group of health care professionals and researchers dedicated to frailty started the Frailty Seminar Series in 2021 with the purpose of exchanging and sharing evidencebased practices, and research advances about all aspects of frailty. The Frailty Seminar Series 2021-2022 presented a line-up of renowned speakers from around the world, sharing their expertise in the rapidly growing field of frailty.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2022 – Covid 19 and Frailty
Register now for Falls Awareness 2022!
You will receive your Falls Awareness Week 2022 digital campaign kit and invitations to 4 webinars by amazing speakers that will take place over the course of the week.
A free online webinar from the APTA Cardiorespiratory Section on rehabilitation for Post-Intensive Care Syndrome.
Geriatric Considerations, part of the APTA PACER Project video presentation on Post-Acute COVID19 Exercise & Rehabilitation.
Dr. Susan Muir-Hunter.
View the webinar through this link.
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