11th Annual Behavioral Health and Aging Conference: Addressing Clinical Challenges in Late Life

CME

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This year’s virtual conference will address several important challenges that clinicians face when caring for older patients: assessing and managing suicide risk, assessing ability to operate a motor vehicle, and considering the therapeutic options in Alzheimer’s disease. This program is designed for all health care providers serving the aging population.

On the agenda:

  • Adu(CAN)umab or Adu(CAN’T)umab: Where does Aducanumab Fit on the Spectrum of Medications to Manage Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Clinical and Ethical Implications of Biomarker Testing for Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Update: Has COVID-19 Isolation Lead to More Depression in Late Life?
  • New Findings from the Pittsburgh Longitudinal Research Program in Late-Life Suicide: Implications for Identification and Treatment
  • Driven to the Edge – Driving in Older Patients
Format: Lectures and Q&A sessions.

6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum

Date

October 28, 2021

Location

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, United States

Email

barkowitzdh@upmc.edu

Website

cce.upmc.com/content/11th-annual-behavioral-health-and-aging-conference-addressing-clinical-challenges-late-life/

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