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Session Description: The current session will present a longitudinal curriculum on PA/LTC medical direction for geriatrics fellows to raise their interest and enhance their knowledge and skills on this topic.
Describe the need for the formal longitudinal training in medical direction for the geriatric fellows.
Recognize the novel curricular format of training for geriatric fellows in medical direction for PA/LTC.
Explain the importance of a formal curriculum in medical direction to enhance geriatric fellows? Existing interest in medical directorship.
Speaker(s): Stefan David, MD Michele F. Bellantoni, MD, CMD Matthew McNabney, MD, CMD Fatima Sheikh, MD, MPH, CMD
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine,
Johns Hopkins University