‘Using Evidence-based Programs to promote Age-Friendly Systems’ Webinar

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Project Enhance Using Evidence-Based Programs to Promote Age-Friendly Health Systems

Part of the Aging and Disability Business Institute Series—a Collaboration of n4a and ASA

On April 4th, 2019 Project Enhance Director Paige Denison and Fit & Strong’s Dr. Sue Hughes participated in a discussion of the Age-Friendly Health Systems Initiative and its goals, including how evidence-based health promotion programs support the 4M’s Framework to provide appropriate care:

  • What Matters – aligning care with older adult’s specific goals
  • Mentation—managing dementia and depression across care settings
  • Mobility—ensuring older adults can move safely to accomplish What Matters
  • Medications—ensuring that medications do not interfere with the other M’s.

Evidence-Based Leadership Collaborative resources such as the EBLC 4Ms Crosswalk and new program locator were explored in this interactive webinar.

To view this free webinar, visit the link below: