2022 AGS Annual Meeting On-Demand Program

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CME/CE Credit

The American Geriatrics Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Continuing Medical Education

The American Geriatrics Society designates this enduring material for a maximum of 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The credit is available from May 11, 2022 (release date) through August 14, 2022 (expiration date). 

Download a summary of credit types offered for each on-demand session here. The On-Demand Meeting was not approved for Continuing Pharmacy or Social Work Education Credit.

Recordings of the sessions below will be available on-demand. Recordings will be posted the day after each live session and remain available through August 14, 2022. 

If you registered for the On-Demand program, you will receive an email on Friday, May 13 with instructions to access the On-Demand site. 

View the sessions at a glance below, and read a more detailed description of each session here.
Session Track CME/CE Recording Posted On

VACCINATION IN OLDER ADULTS  

Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13

PLENARY PAPER SESSION

Research 0.75 Fri. 5/13

UPDATES TO THE AGS BEERS® CRITERIA FOR POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE MEDICATION USE IN OLDER ADULTS

Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13

BEYOND BEHAVIORAL WEIGHT LOSS INTERVENTION

Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13

CHRONIC VENOUS WOUNDS - A DILEMMA IN THE GERIATRIC POPULATION

Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13

GETTING RID OF FALL RISK-INCREASING DRUGS (FRIDS): A DEPRESCRIBING BALANCING ACT

Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13
HENDERSON STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE: ACHIEVING DIVERSITY IN STUDY POPULATIONS: THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Clinical Practice 1.0 Fri. 5/13

MANAGING OLDER ADULTS WITH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS: PRACTICAL PEARLS FOR GERIATRICS CLINICIAN

Clinical Practice 1.0 Sat. 5/14
THOMAS AND CATHERINE YOSHIKAWA OUTSTANDING SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT FOR CLINICAL INVESTIGATION AWARD LECTURE Research 0.75 Sat. 5/14
LONG-TERM PULMONARY, COGNITIVE AND PSYCHIATRIC OUTCOMES OF COVID-19 Clinical Practice 1.0 Sat. 5/14
RIDING ROLLER COASTERS: THE UPS AND DOWNS OF PUBLIC POLICY DURING A PANDEMIC Public Policy 1.0 Sat. 5/14

EVIDENCE-BASED PRESCRIBING AND DE-PRESCRIBING IN THE MILD, MODERATE & LATE-STAGES OF DEMENTIA

Clinical Practice 1.0 Sat. 5/14

UPDATE IN STABLE ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE FOR CLINICIANS CARING FOR OLDER ADULTS

Clinical Practice 1.0 Sat. 5/14

MANAGING CHRONIC PAIN IN OLDER ADULTS: REDUCING PROVIDER FRUSTRATION USING UP-TO-DATE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT APPROACHES

Clinical Practice 1.5 Sat. 5/14
DELIRIUM IDENTIFICATION, MANAGEMENT, AND PREVENTION: A PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE APPROACH Clinical Practice 1.0 Sun. 5/15

AN UPDATE ON ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPEUTICS

Clinical Practice 1.5 Sun. 5/15

ITS NOT JUST DIALYSIS OR DEATH, PART 2: THE CHALLENGES OF OLDER ADULTS WITH ADVANCED KIDNEY DISEASE

Clinical Practice 1.0 Sun. 5/15
CURRENT CONCEPTS OF DIABETES MANAGEMENT IN THE POST-ACUTE AND LONG-TERM CARE SETTING Clinical Practice 1.0 Sun. 5/15

PHARMACOTHERAPY UPDATE: 2022

Clinical Practice 1.0 Sun. 5/15

Total CME/MOC/CE available = 19.5 Credits