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PSBS P537 - Introduction to Geriatric Psychiatry

**Einstein students must contact Dr. Walker and Dr. Kennedy for approval prior to registration** Students will participate in the full range of geriatric psychiatry practice including home visits to persons with dementia as well as healthy older adults. Students will also visit a teaching nursing home and perform outpatient evaluations, both in the geriatric psychiatric and medical settings. Additional exposure to legal and ethical issues in geriatric care is also part of the experience. Students will participate in weekly case conferences at each clinical site, attend ongoing lectures and journal clubs in our collaborative care model with the Division of Geriatric Medicine. Students receive individual supervision from faculty and fellows of the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry. A variety of research investigations are also underway offering students the unique opportunity to participate in clinical research. Textbook(s) information: ISBN 978-1-4625-1986-6 Cost provided at no cost Title Geriatric Depression: A Clinical Guide Edition 1 Author Gary J. Kennedy Dr. Gary J. Kennedy 718-920-4236 Modules: All Maximum: 1 Students MUST contact the course director for first day meeting location and time
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