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61 Resources
  • COVID-19 in Older Adults: Transfers Between Nursing Homes and Hospitals

    Stacie Levine, MD, Alice Bonner PhD, RN, FAAN, Adam Perry, MD, Donald Melady, MSc Ed, MD, Kathleen T Unroe, MD, MHA

    This article describes the impact of COVID-19 on this diverse, vulnerable population living in communal facilities. We outline key issues that will predictably arise between nursing homes and EDs in the COVID-19 era.

  • COVID-19 Resources

    This list of links and resources is updated regularly with the latest in COVID-19 resources for EDs looking after older patients.

  • Preventing and Managing Delirium in Older Emergency Department Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Ula Hwang MD MPH, Aaron J Malsch RN MSN GCNS-BC, Kevin J Biese MD, Sharon K Inouye MD MPH

    This Supplement to Volume 1, Issue 4 of the Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine provides a practical one-pager for download and a simple overview for preventing delirium in older ED patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • COVID-19 in Older Adults: Key Points for Emergency Department Providers

    Michael L Malone, MD, Teresita M Hogan, MD, FACEP, Adam Perry, MD, Kevin Biese, MD, Alice Bonner, PhD, RN, FAAN, Patti Pagel, RN, Kathleen T Unroe, MD, MHA

    In this special edition of the Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine, The Geriatric Emergency Department Collaborative provides the latest information on COVID-19 for care providers of older adults in the Emergency Department.

  • JGEM Volume 1, Issue 3 – Emergency Department Care of an Agitated Older Adult

    Teresita M Hogan, MD, FACEP, Laura Celmins, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCCCP

    The Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine, February 2020. Volume 1, Issue 2 is a brief topic review of the emergency department care of an older patient with sepsis.

  • History of Geriatric Emergency Medicine Research

    Dr. Chris Carpenter

    Dr. Chris Carpenter highlights a brief history of how GEAR came to be through decades of research.

  • JGEM Volume 1, Issue 2 – Emergency Department Care of an Older Patient with Sepsis

    Michael L. Malone, MD, Adam Perry, MD, and Rebecca Weeks, MN, RN

    The Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine, February 2020. Volume 1, Issue 2 is a brief topic review of the emergency department care of an older patient with sepsis.

  • JGEM Volume 1, Issue 1 – Influenza 2020

    Michael L. Malone, MD, Adam Perry, MD, and Rebecca Weeks, MSN, RN

    The Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine, January 2020. Volume 1, Issue 1 covering the diagnosis and treatment of older adults with possible influenza.

  • Geriatric Emergency Departments on the Rise

    Dr. Chris Carpenter

    Dr. Chris Carpenter discusses the difference a Geriatric Emergency Department makes in this news feature from WNDU Channel 16 news.

  • Leadership Backed Transformation

    Don Melady, MD

    At Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, the move towards being a senior-friendly ED has been a project of more than 15 years. It has been an organic approach to system transformation – i.e. one little change at a time leading to bigger changes.

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