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Clinical Retreat for Interdisciplinary Training (CRIT)

April 15, 2023

The Clinical Retreat for Interdisciplinary Training (CRIT) program is a single-day immersive experience that increases the knowledge and leadership skills of professionals serving older adults. CRIT is an invitation-only event that kicks-off the Optimal Aging Conference weekend on April 15, 2023. 

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The University of Louisville Trager Institute/Optimal Aging Clinic is excited to be hosting the 7th Annual CRIT program. CRIT reinforces the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration in caring for older adults. As such, this program is interdisciplinary in both content and attendees. CRIT provides the opportunity for Chief Residents, Program Directors, social work students, nursing students, chaplain residents, community workers, patients, and pharmacy residents to participate in interdisciplinary collaboration.

Although CRIT is a virtual event in 2023, the interactive and engaging nature of the program will be a mainstay. In reinforcing the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration in caring for older adults, this year’s program will provide attendees a variety of learning opportunities, including case study, lectures from experts, an action project, and networking opportunities.

Program information

Registration Deadline: March 27, 2023
Program Cost: FREE

Date: Saturday, April 15, 2023

Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 

You will receive a link for this virtual event upon registering.

Click HERE FOR FLYER

 

2018 CRIT AttendeesWhat You Will Gain:

  • New knowledge and skills in the care of older adults
  • Increased ability to teach geriatrics and palliative care
  • A certificate of completion 
  • Support in developing an action plan for conference submission

What to Expect:

This immersive and engaging retreat program is centered around a case that is divided into four modules aligned with the 4Ms of Age-Friendly Health Systems (What Matters, Medication, Mentation, Mobility). Participants work through the modules in inter-professional groups. Each module includes evidence-based mini-lectures on topics in geriatrics and palliative care, interactive exercises and team-building activities, and presentations designed to enhance clinical skills. 

 

Schedule of Events:

10:00 am - 10:30 am Introductions
10:30 am - 2:00 pm Programming
If you have any questions on registration or the conference as a whole, please contact: 
Erica Osborne
Phone: 

502-249-9569


Past Organizational Participation:
  • Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency (KIPDA)
  • University of Louisville
    Internal Medicine
  • University of Louisville 
    Hematology & Oncology
  • Jewish Family & Career Services
  • University of Louisville Urology
  • University of Louisville
    School of Nursing
  • University of Louisville Psychiatry
  • University of Louisville Anesthesiology
  • University of Louisville Palliative Medicine
  • Kentucky Coalition for Healthy Communities (KCHC)
  • University of Louisville Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • University of Louisville
    Family and Geriatric Medicine
  • ElderServe