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Improving the Primary Care of Older Adults
Collaborative Education. Traineeships. Client Egagement.  Enhanced Community-Clinical Linkages.

Virtual lectures series offered twice a year: General Geriatrics and Alzheimers Disease and Related Dementias

A knowledge-sharing approach where expert teams lead virtual sessions, amplifying the capacity of providers to care for older adults

Annually awarded geriatrics traineeships that support advance practice nurses in their geriatrics education

An Area Agencies on Aging based position aimed at improving community-clinic linkages through primary care outreach

A unique experience connecting the trainees to community-based resources with first-hand exposure to the Aging network 

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Check it out! Our new publication suggests the PCL model is feasible, fosters on going interactions between #PrimaryCare and #AreaAgencyonAging, and connects #olderadults and their caregivers to #communitybasedservices. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379721003706

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