GRS10 Audio Companion – 10th Edition
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Listen and Learn
The GRS10 Audio Companion brings you engaging, informative discussions with GRS chapter authors and experts. These 30-minute sessions are based on GRS content, and cover the latest developments and prevailing evaluation and management strategies in geriatric medicine.
Tables and figures in the accompanying PDF syllabus add visual support, while how-to tips and techniques, treatment approaches and valuable GRS10 pearls enhance your clinical decision-making and help you prep for board exams.
This audio CME program — moderated by G. Michael Harper, MD, AGSF, and William L. Lyons, MD, AGSF — includes a new discussion on Prognostication, and fresh perspectives from updated content and new contributors.
The learning objectives for this activity have been designed to improve participant knowledge, competence, performance, and patient outcomes. At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Describe the general principles of aging and the biomedical and psychosocial issues of aging (knowledge)
- Discuss legal and ethical issues related to geriatric medicine (knowledge/competence)
- Evaluate the financing of health care for older persons (knowledge/competence)
- Identify the basic principles of geriatric medicine, including assessment, prognostication, pharmacotherapy, prevention, exercise, palliative care, rehabilitation, and sensory deficits (knowledge/competence)
- Use state-of-the-art approaches to geriatric care while providing care in hospital, office-practice, nursing-home, and home-care settings (performance)
- Diagnose and manage geriatric syndromes, including dementia, delirium, urinary incontinence, malnutrition, osteoporosis, falls, pressure injuries, sleep disorders, pain, dysphagia, and dizziness (performance)
- Apply relevant information from the fields of internal medicine, neurology, psychiatry, dermatology, dentistry and gynecology to the care of older patients (performance)
- Provide patient care in the light of evidence-based data regarding the particular risks and needs of various ethnic, racial, and sexual patient groups (patient outcomes)
- Use quality indicators to assess and improve the care of older adults (performance/patient outcomes)
- Use evidence-based data to increase the effectiveness of teaching geriatrics to all health professionals (performance)
This course is intended for primary care providers who work with older adults.
We Guarantee You’ll Pass! Diligent study of the GRS10 Syllabus — combined with listening to all topic areas of the Audio Companion — provides the strongest likelihood of passing the ABIM certification and maintenance of certification exams. Oakstone is so confident of your success that we guarantee it. If you do not pass either exam on your first attempt, and you purchased the GRS10 Audio Companion, we will provide a full credit of the Audio Companion purchase price, which you may apply to future purchases of Oakstone CME materials.
GRS10 Audio Companion Guarantee Procedure. Send a copy of your notification of failure from the ABIM to Oakstone Publishing, Two Perimeter Park South, Suite 160 East, Birmingham, AL 35243. If you have answered all of the questions in the GRS10 Audio Companion and earned all of the CME credits, you will receive full credit of your purchase price. Your exam record will be destroyed.