Demystifying Multimorbidity: Managing the Complex Older Adult
Laura Morton, MD, CMD
Our Educational Symposium is designed for Administrators, Director of Nursing, and nursing staff that provide care to elderly and developmentally disabled persons. Our desire is to provide networking among leaders in the Post-Acute Care, Long Term Care, and Assisted Living industry while providing education on hot button issues. We hope that participants leave with the knowledge and tools to prepare them for the future.
These presentations provide education on tools to improve the quality of care. The following topics will be presented: multimorbidity in the elderly.
Learning Objectives Include
- Be able to define and recognize multimorbidity.
- Understand the implications for patients and patient care.
- Explore ways to provide person-centered care for older adults with multiple chronic conditions.
* Registration and attendance is free.
* This program is approved for Continuing Education for a total of 1.5 participant hours by NAB/NCERS # 20221102-1.50-A79068-DL.
* This educational offering has been reviewed by PCA Pharmacy and is approved for 1.8 contact hours. PCA Pharmacy is an approved Kentucky Board of Nursing provider until December 31, 2023. KBN# 7-0019-1221-009.
* If you register for this symposium and do not attend, you may receive a recording of the symposium. However, you will NOT receive any CEs for viewing the recording.
Laura Morton, MD, CMD
Director, Long Term Care Program Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine, University of Louisville
Dr. Laura Morton is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family & Geriatric Medicine, Director of the Division of Geriatric Medicine, and Director of the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Dr. Morton is board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. She has a lifelong interest in long term care and worked as a certified nursing assistant during college. She maintains an active practice delivering care to patients as Medical Director of Treyton Oak Towers, Episcopal Church Home, Masonic Home, and doing home calls.