Identifying and treating late life depression in older adults.
Physicians and healthcare professionals who work with older adults.
- Identify the types of depression that are common in older adults
- Examine the relationship between depression and other medical conditions that older adults are often diagnosed with
- Explain the types of screening tools and assessments that can help identify depression in older adults
- Recognize the various treatment options that might be most effective for older adults.
Dr. Art Walaszek
Professor of Psychiatry – Board Certified Geriatric Psychiatrist
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
- Click here to register.
- Click “Register” on the left.
- Enter your registration ID as prompted
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- Note: This email may go to your spam or junk folder. It will come from the email address email@example.com.
- You will receive an email with the call and login information.
- Click or Copy and Paste this URL to your web browser: https://qualitynet.webex.com.
- This should bring you to the QualityNet e-University webpage.
- Locate the event you wish to join and click “Join” (located to the right of the event title).
- Enter your name and email address as prompted.
- Enter the password: Depression
- The automatic system set-up should start at this point. If a dialogue box appears, click run. Please note, the automatic system set-up does take a few minutes to complete.
- Dial in to the teleconference:
- Teleconference Number: 1-877-615-4337
- Enter Access Code: 9789197#
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