This webinar features Dr. Evgenia Litrivis, board certified internist, geriatrician, and palliative care physician.

The number of older adults living with chronic, serious illness is
increasing. This can be associated with physical and psychological stress in the elderly, as well as the need for caregiver support. The goals of this webinar are to provide an understanding of the following topics:

  1. The beneficial role of palliative care as a medical specialty for age related illnesses
  2. The role of the caregiver and strategies to reduce caregiver burnout
  3. Advance directives


These topics will be discussed within the context of dementia - a leading cause of illness and need for caregiver support among older adults.

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Past Information

Join us on Thursday, January 28th from 1-2PM EST for a webinar featuring Dr. Evgenia Litrivis, board certified internist, geriatrician, and palliative care physician.

To register, click: http://bit.ly/1mQWhEs.

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