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Harvard Medical School Conference on Aging

AGING
Treatment Perspectives and Challenges

November 4–5, 2011 • Friday–Saturday
Radisson Hotel, Boston, MA
Earn up to 14 continuing education credits/units
(16.8 for nurses)

An overview of cutting edge issues in the treatment of the aging population. Speakers include world renown physician Sherwin Nuland on the art of aging; Mark Moss on the neurobiology of the older patient; Lisa Krinsky on LGBT issues; Robert Stickgold on sleep; Hilary Jacobs on addiction; Angela Botts on ethical challenges; Thomas Perls on living to 100; Artemis March on the end-of-life journey, and other topics pertinent to this age group.

This course is intended for health and mental health clinicians, geriatricians, researchers, educators, and others interested in the aged, and the aging process.

www.cme.hms.harvard.edu/courses/aging

On Saturday, November 5th, I will present “The Role of Spirituality in the Lives and Treatment of Older Adults.”

 

Posted in agingspiritual issuesspiritualityUncategorized on 4 November 2011
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