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Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric & Palliative Medicine CME Course

Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric & Palliative Medicine CME Course

A four-day clinically-based intensive course in geriatrics and palliative medicine taught by leading experts in both fields providing updates on geriatric syndromes and palliative medicine and the latest research and treatments. Each day consists of five large group sessions (four on Wednesday) and three interactive workshops designed to provide both practical experience with the large group material as well as to cover other content areas. Workshop sessions have a choice of six to seven workshops with a balance of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine choices. Some workshops are repeated based on demand and all workshops are case-based. Comprehensive Board Review Q&A sessions with ARS (Automated Response System) take place during lunch three days. 

The Health Foundation for Western & Central New York's Geriatric Education for Rural Health Professionals program allows rural health care providers, including physician, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, to attend the Board Review Course, at no cost to them.  For more information, please click here.

Multi-disciplinary Fellowships Program in Geriatric Dentistry, Psychiatry and Medicine

Multi-disciplinary Fellowships Program in Geriatric Dentistry, Psychiatry and Medicine

Mount Sinai School of Medicine announces a two-year, ACGME-approved, multi-disciplinary fellowships program in Geriatric Dentistry, Psychiatry and Medicine. The program offers leadership training for physicians and dentists at the #1 ranked geriatric academic medicine program. You can train with top leaders in the field and enjoy many academic enhancements (such as funding to attend national meetings and other specialized courses). The core training is individualized for each fellow (based on your career goals and current expertise). We mentor fellows for career development and professional opportunities. Our objective is to jump-start careers in geriatric dentistry, psychiatry and/or medicine, especially for minority trainees.

The Portal of Geriatrics Online Education (POGOe)

The Portal of Geriatrics Online Education (POGOe)

The Portal of Geriatrics Online Education (POGOe) is a comprehensive and free collection of expert-contributed geriatrics educational materials for educators and learners. Our materials are available digitally and use various teaching methods. Our mission is to encourage the free exchange of teaching and assessment materials in order to promote geriatrics education in the fields of geriatrics and gerontology.

Mini-Fellowship in Geriatric Medical Education and Career Development

Mini-Fellowship in Geriatric Medical Education and Career Development

These 3-day sessions give your faculty a unique opportunity to learn from expert Geriatrics faculty about best practices in geriatrics, medical education and quality improvement. Proven CME faculty development program is customized for each campus and intended to ‘Geriatricize’ non-Geriatrician faculty. Mount Sinai’s Geriatrics experts help develop a cadre of attending faculty to become more effective educators who can teach geriatric care, assess trainee competence, and engage together in QI to improve patient safety. For more information and prices contact the representatives below.


Geriatrics Fellowship

Geriatrics Fellowship

The mission of our geriatric fellowship program is to develop geriatricians who will become leaders in the field of academic and clinical geriatrics, and to provide training which will be sufficient to enable graduates to obtain certification in Geriatric Medicine by the American board of internal Medicine or American Board of Family Practice. We are proud to have one of the most highly regarded fellowship programs in geriatric medicine in the country at Mount Sinai, training an average of six physicians each year in a two-year program. The goal of this fellowship is to train future academic leaders with excellent foundations in patient care and strong research backgrounds. The evolution of our program reflects the changing face of geriatric medicine and the new opportunities available in geriatrics. Our department is at the national forefront of advancing geriatric education to train academic leaders for the future. To attain our goals, we follow a quality-improvement model.

Integrated Palliative Medicine Fellowship

Integrated Palliative Medicine Fellowship

The Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute at Icahn School of Medicine offers a one-year palliative medicine fellowship designed to meet the career goals of physicians who aim to practice palliative medicine in an academic setting. Originally designed as the first program in the country with integrated training in palliative care and hematology/oncology or geriatrics, many of our former and current fellows choose to combine the clinical palliative care year with training in another subspecialty of internal medicine (e.g. pulmonary/critical care, cardiology, nephrology). Fellows interested in a career as a clinician investigator may also opt to complete a second year of dedicated research in palliative medicine. Find out more information about the flexible options open to learners in the Mount Sinai Fellowship in Palliative Medicine.

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