Educating Those Who Serve Older Adults
The following are programs offered by components of the Medical Center:
Financial Health Bite Seminar: Caring for an Aging Parent
The Office of Total Rewards presents a seminar on caring for an aging spouse, relative, or friend. The seminar conducted by MetLife takes place Wednesday, March 27, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Slaughter Conference Room (1-9555), Medical Center. Registration is required. Guests and lunches are welcome.
Grand Rounds Schedules
Title: Differential Diagnosis of Dementia (1 hour)
Author: David Gill, MD
Using representative cases, this course will demonstrate how to employ the available clinical criteria and diagnostic procedures when making diagnoses of Alzheimer' disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, and frontotemporal dementia.
All of the courses available on the Geriatric Education Online Learning Environment are FREE.
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Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Specialty for Nurse Practitioners
Nurse practitioner students who pursue the adult-gerontology acute care specialty will be prepared to diagnose and treat adult and older adult patients who are acutely or critically ill, including those who have conditions requiring complex chronic specialty care.
In this program, you’ll gain the skills to deliver advanced nursing care that restores health, prevents complications, and navigates patients and families across health care settings in a rapidly changing environment.
Graduates of the AGACNP program are well-prepared to meet these challenges and are practicing in ICUs — cardiac, medical, surgical, trauma, and neuromedicine — hospital inpatient floors, and outpatient specialty care clinics. Read more about the Degree Plan.
Experimental Therapeutics of Neurological Disease Fellowship
The Experimental Therapeutics Fellowship (NS-07338) at the University of Rochester is the only NIH-funded fellowship specifically aimed at developing clinical and translational researchers in neurology.
Geriatric Medicine Fellowship
The Geriatric Medicine Fellowship is based at Monroe Community Hospital—a premier teaching nursing home and home to core faculty of the Division of Geriatrics & Aging. The Geriatric Medicine Fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited training program for board-eligible internists and family practitioners.
Geriatric Oncology Fellowship
The Geriatric Oncology Fellowship Program is designed to cultivate productive academic careers through an experience that combines solid clinical training with a strong emphasis on either basic science or clinical research. For additional information, please contact Supriya Mohile.
Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship
Learn about the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship program.
Geriatric Forensic Psychiatry Specialty Track
As a fellow, in the Geriatric Forensic Psychiatry Specialty Track, you'll complete one year each of geriatric and forensic psychiatry fellowships with additional experiences tailored to your interests. At the end of two years of fellowship training, you will be eligible to sit for both ABPN Subspecialty Boards.
Memory Care Program Fellowship
The University of Rochester Memory Care Fellowship provides training for 1 or 2 years to graduates of accredited residency training programs in the diagnosis and management of individuals with dementia.