Continuing Education & Professional Development

Geriatric Education Series

The Geriatric Education Series is a continuing education program designed to enhance geriatric competencies of healthcare providers and professionals who provide primary care to older adults, especially those with chronic conditions and complex care needs.


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RI Geriatrics Project ECHO

Rhode Island Geriatrics ECHO Educational Program (RI-G ECHO) is a free, practical, case-based tele-education series for health care providers. Using video conferencing, Project ECHO participants gain insights from an interdisciplinary team of experts, participate in discussions with other practice sites, and learn from other healthcare professionals. Each live session includes a short didactic lecture on a specific topic relevant to improving care for older adults, followed by a case presentation and discussion.  The program is a great way for all health care professionals to enhance their knowledge, competence, and performance related to improving care for older adults.

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IDD & Dementia Project ECHO

This Project ECHO series is for health care providers who want to enhance their knowledge, competence, and performance related to improving care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities affected by dementia. Each session includes a short didactic lecture by a content expert, a case study presentation submitted by a participant, and open case discussion.

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Geriatrics Grand Rounds

Under the direction of Ana Tuya-Fulton, MD, the Interprofessional Geriatrics and Palliative Care Grand Rounds program infuses geriatric content into the Care New England’s educational seminars for community and resident physicians and clinical trainees as well as other members of the healthcare team.  Geriatrics Grand Rounds are offered quarterly

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Community Health Worker Series

With the aging of our population, a renewed emphasis on “aging in place” and the growing burden of long-term care on state Medicaid programs, Community Health Workers (CHW) will likely play a prominent role as the gatekeepers of health care for this population. This series of webinars contribute to developing geriatric specialty curricula for CHWs to augment the growing network of CHW core-competency education and capacity-building programs.

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Alzheimer's & Related Dementias