Outpatient Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes - (On-Demand Content with ABIM MOC Part II)
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- identify geriatric syndromes commonly managed in the outpatient setting, including dementia, osteoporosis, polypharmacy and falls.
- formulate management plans for each of these common geriatric syndromes, while considering patient’s preference, overall health and social support.
- recognize risk factors for unsafe driving in older adults.
- provide a comprehensive plan for older adults who are potentially unsafe drivers; including screening, assessment and guidance.
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Original Release Date: June 2021
Termination Date: May 2024
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