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Geriatric Healthcare Series


Our long running lecture series brings easily accessible geriatrics education focusing on age- and dementia-friendly care to a wide range of primary care providers and health professions trainees across a vast geographic area, most of it rural and medically underserved. 

Each series coincides with the University of Washington’s Winter and Spring quarters and consists of 10 lectures delivered virtually each week for 10 weeks. Our lectures are recorded allowing participants to also participate on-demand or watching lectures on their own asynchronously. Our speakers are topic experts and well positioned to deliver the most up-to-date, clinically relevant evidence to our participants. Participants can obtain continuing education credits for both series. 


Our Reach

Our virtual lectures are delivered to over 1,000 participants mainly within the Northwestern United States.


Our Audience

A wide range of health professionals: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Social Workers, Health Professional Students, Community-based Advocates and Information & Assistance Staff, Home Care Workers or Aids, Human Service Coordinators, Family Caregivers.

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90-minute lectures on primary care focused geriatric healthcare topics. Lectures are about 75 minutes followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.

Over 80 lectures are recorded and available online from our current and past series.

How it Works

Lectures are offered virtually through Zoom Webinar Thursdays at 4:00 – 5:30 PM Pacific
Lectures are recorded and posted within 48 hours of the virtual lecture. You may watch on your own asynchronously.
10 Lectures delivered over 10 weeks, once a week.
Professional Credit
1.5 contact hours per lecture

Our Partners

Professional Credit

Our Lectures

Our lectures are deep dives of 90 minutes in length and cover a range of geriatric and Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias topics focusing on age-friendly care and evidence-based practices useful for primary care healthcare providers. Search and watch our lectures online, anytime.

May 23, 2024

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By Jullie Gray, DSW, MSW, LICSW, CMC

Clinical Assistant Professor University of Washington, School of Social Work