An Expert Panel comprised of interdisciplinary team members Kara McLoughlin, Suzanne Ryer, Maya Genovese, and Michelle Moccia highlights best practices, different approaches, and meaningful adaptations to practice that improve care for older adults in the ED.
Our Expert Panel explores strategies to extend the assessment of complex older patients, funding models for observation units, workflows and assessment tools, and real-world experiences from international contributors.
Our interdisciplinary expert panel discusses the role of the GEM nurse and how this role can create significant improvements in ED care of older adults in both system-wide implementations or in a small rural ED.
Scott M. Dresden MD, MS Ula Hwang MD, MPH Melissa M. Garrido PhD Jeremy Sze Raymond Kang MA Carmen Vargas‐Torres MA D. Mark Courtney MD, MSCI George Loo MPA, MPH, DrPH Mark Rosenberg DO, MBA Lynne Richardson MD
A paper demonstrating that having GED-focused transitional care nurses is associated with reduced 30-day readmission for older ED patients.
Hurria A, Carpenter CR, McFarland F, Lundebjerg NE, de Cabo R, Ferrucci, L, Studenski SA, Barzilai N, Briggs JP, Ix JH, Kitzman DW, Kuchel GA, Musi N, Newman JC, Rando TA, Smith AK, Walston JD, Kirkland JL, Yung R
Transdisciplinary perspectives exploring high-yield collaborations between basic science and clinical investigators in aging research from the Grants for Early Medical/Surgical Specialists (GEMSSTAR) U13 meetings.