View this final report to learn about processes and findings from the National CDSME Resource Center’s 2016 DSMT and HBAI Learning Collaboratives.
An area agency on aging in Maine developed participant satisfaction surveys to complete following each session of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP).
Adults aged 65+ are more likely to have chronic conditions, take multiple medications, and experience adverse drug reactions that result in a fall, a visit to the emergency department, or hospitalization. Attend this webinar to learn more about the new Falls Risk Reduction Toolkit developed by NCOA and the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. Presenters will also share information about the evidence-based program, HomeMeds, an intervention to improve medication safety.
View the preliminary agenda for the 2017 National CDSME and Falls Prevention Resource Centers Meeting in May.
Here are the ten most prevalent chronic conditions in older adults.