Join Our Free Virtual Conference May 3 - 7!
Alzheimer’s Dementia and Other Related Dementias: An Evidence Based Update on Collaboration, Early Detection, and Cause of Death
A high level continuing education curriculum for health care providers and their staff.
This five module provider education curriculum is geared towards an audience of primary health care providers but is applicable to any interprofessional discipline or support staff for providers. Post-conference, the modules will remain available for viewing for 60 days and the ability to submit questions will be provided. Answers for the submitted questions will be sent via email.
To increase the early diagnosis and detection of Alzheimer’s Disease and other Related Dementias by primary care providers across Tennessee.
- Present current standards of best practice related to the evaluation and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease and other related dementias (ADRD) from an interprofessional approach.
- Review the framework, tools, and resources for early detection and diagnosis of ADRD.
- Analyze guidelines for completing death certificates for those with ADRD.
- Collaborate with participants to identify opportunities to further engage primary care providers.
Two Opportunities for Learning and Interaction
Live Sessions: May 3, 2021 – May 7, 2021, 12:00 EST daily.
Interact live with dementia experts to ask questions and discuss enhancing your clinical practice.
Pre-recorded Sessions: April 29, 2021- July 2, 2021
Submit questions or comments online to be answered by the appropriate dementia expert.
CME Application Links:
After viewing each module, please click the link and complete the form for the corresponding module. Upon completion of the CME evaluation and attestation, this form will be sent to the Tennessee Medical Association who will generate and forward your CME certificate via email.
Module I: Early Detection and Diagnosis
Module II: Community Care of the Neurodegenerative Dementias
Module III: Interprofessional and Community Collaboration in ADRD
Module IV: Death Certificates: Older Adult Death & Accurate Reporting
Module V: CPT 99483: Cognitive Assessment and Care Plan Services
Module VI: Addressing Barriers to Care and Health Policy Opportunities
Who Can Attend?
This free virtual conference is open to all attendees. Zoom link information will be provided for all who register.