Program for Saturday May 14, 2022

The below schedule displays all annual meeting sessions available for the IN-PERSON #AGS22 program to be held in Orlando, FL, May 12-14, 2022 (pre-conference May 11). To view the on-demand program, click here.

Full In-Person At a Glance | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday 

Symposia

RECOGNIZING AND ADDRESSING RACIAL DISPARITIES IN ACUTE AND LONG-TERM CARE SETTINGS: MEASUREMENT DIFFERENCES AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES

  • Date:
  • Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
  • Track: Research
  • CME/CE: 1.0

Moderator: Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP
The purpose of this symposium is to raise awareness of current disparities in quality of care and clinical outcomes in Black versus White older adults with dementia in nursing home settings. Learning Objectives: (1) state current disparities in clinical care provided to Black versus White residents with regard to the quality of care interactions received and use of person-centered care approaches in care plans; (2) describe current disparities in clinical outcomes with regard to changes over a 12-month periods between Black versus White residents with regard to physical function, behavioral outcomes, quality of life, and quality of care including use of person-centered care approaches; (3) review the advantage of Rasch measurement testing when comparing differences in the psychometric properties of measures and match between the item difficulty and person ability across racial groups; and (4) review state concerns about using the Neuropsychiatric Inventory with White versus Black older adults and potential changes to the measure to better serve both racial groups.  

Racial Differences in Nursing Home Residents with Dementia Over Time: Settings of Care, Quality of Care, and Outcomes
Elizabeth Galik, PhD, CRNP
Racial Differences in Physical Activity in Nursing Home Residents with Cognitive Impairment
Nicole A. Viviano, MA
Reliability and Validity of the Neuropsychiatric Inventory-Questionnaire among Black Versus White Older Adults Based on Rasch Analysis
Marie Boltz, PhD, CRNP