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Past Free Webcast – Speaking of Dementia: How to Refer to Dementia in Racial-Ethnic Minority Community-Facing Communications- December 14th, 2021

Earn 1.25 hrs CEU, pre-approved for Social Workers by BOSW; self-submit other disciplines.
MGS is an approved Continuing Education Resource by the MN Board of Nursing.
(The CEU is free for MGS members; $15 for non-members.)

Presenters:

Zachary Baker, PhD., University of Minnesota, MN  Going into a Community, We Need to Start from Where They’re At–Caregiver and Advocate Perspectives

Manka Nkimbeng, PhD., MPH, RN, University of Minnesota, MN  I Didn’t Really Fully Understand Until I Came into the States: African Immigrants’ ADRD (Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia) Introduction/Awareness

Luis D. Medina, PhD., University of Houston, AZ  Communication of ADRD in Hispanic/Latin American Communities

Robbin Frazier, BSBA, University of Minnesota, MN  Lessons Learned from Focus Groups and Community Outreach in the African American Community.

Handout Speaking of Dementia 12.14.21

Special Note: This presentation Speaking of Dementia: How to Refer to Dementia in Racial-Ethnic Minority Community-Facing Communications was part of the GSA 2021 Annual Scientific meeting – Disruption to Transformation: Aging in the “New Normal” on Saturday, November 13, 2021.

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Past Free Webcast – Lessons Learned in LTC During A Pandemic – November 18 at Noon

Earn 1 hr. CEU, pre-approved for Social Workers by BOSW; self-submit other disciplines.
MGS is an approved Continuing Education Resource by the MN Board of Nursing.
(The CEU is free for MGS members; $15 for non-members.)

With: Roberta Meyers, MD, MPH; Stacey J Brown, BSN, RN, PHN, RAC-CTA; and David Uselman

Handout Lessons Learned in LTC During a Pandemic 11.18.21

In late October 2020 extending into January 2021 case rates of COVID-19 in Minnesota surged and greatly affected Minnesota skilled nursing facilities. Coping with the COVID-19 pandemic has affected long-term care residents and their families and long-term care staff in ways we are just beginning to understand. As we reflect on this experience, lessons learned can transform practice in long-term care.

Taken from Healthdata.gov API

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