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The Senior Rehab Podcast brings you helpful conversations for rehab clinicians that serve older adults. Dustin Jones, PT, DPT, CSCS, RKC, speaks with industry leaders to draw out useful, practical information for YOU - the rehab clinician. Whether you’re a physical therapist, PTA, student, or seasoned veteran, the Senior Rehab Podcast will prove to be helpful for you in your practice.
 
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry is the authoritative source of information for the rapidly developing field of geriatric psychiatry. Published monthly, AJGP publishes peer-reviewed articles on the diagnosis and classification of psychiatric disorders of later life, epidemiological and biological correlates of mental health of older adults, and psychopharmacology and other somatic treatments.
 
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APTA Covid-19 Task Force Recommendations #HHRecharge In this week's episode, Troy talks about the recent Covid-19 resources particularly the new APTA Covid-19 Task force recommendations. Link to the Covid-19 task force recommendations: https://www.apta.org/your-practice/outcomes-measurement/covid-19-core-outcome-measures ----- If you enjoyed this e…
 
In this week's GeriPal podcast we talk with Louise Aronson, author of the Pulitzer prize finalist Elderhood (https://www.amazon.com/Elderhood-Redefining-Transforming-Medicine-Reimagining/dp/1620405466).Louise has been one of the (sadly) few voices beating a loud and urgent drum in the medical and lay press about the insidious ageism taking place in…
 
We all have them. Fun stories, funny stories, sad stories, epic fail stories. They are what teach us. What we use to help guide our decisions and they shape us as clinicians. In this week's episode, Christina Prevett talks about some of hers and the other GEROS crews' BEST GeriPT stories. What are some of your most wild, funny, sad GeriPT stories? …
 
Sick BUT Strong (Part 3/3): Give them a Dose of our Medicine In the last part of our "Sick BUT Strong" series, we are going to finish building that bike and ride it straight on home! Julie Brauer talks about why it is so important to show our patients what they are capable of by giving them a dose of exercise! Is it safe? What does it logistically …
 
SICK but STRONG (Part 2/3) Let’s get to know our Heroes Now that we understand the importance of building the bike in acute care, how do we do it?! Join Julie Brauer, PT, DPT, as she explains how we can revamp our Acute Care evaluations to fully get to know our patients, build trust, and get them imagining what life wound look like if they were hea…
 
SICK But STRONG: Inspiring Change in Tough Settings (Part 1/3) with Dr. Julie Brauer, PT, DPT If you’ve been a part of the GEROS Health crew for a while, you have heard all about the process of Building the Bike. But have you thought about how we can do this in acute care? Join Julie Brauer as she dives deep into why it is so important to reimagine…
 
Meet the Docs in the Box! Two Physiatrists that are working to blend the words of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation with Fitness/CrossFit. Dustin & his wife, Dr. Meghan Jones, sat down with Dr. Amy West & Dr. Matthew Cowling to discuss all things Physiatry, CrossFit, & their new Podcast! We discuss: -What is Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation? -Ho…
 
PACE: A Job that sounds too good to be true Have you heard about PACE Programs (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly)? There have been a few people in the GEROS community share their love for PACE but we haven't really covered this special program on the podcast...until today! Meet Kaitlin Dodi-Monk - she's a Physical Therapist that works …
 
Despite being in the field over 15 years, I've never felt so far outside my comfort zone as as palliative care provider as I have felt in the last four months. A worldwide pandemic of a novel virus had me questioning how I communicate prognostic information when uncertainty was one of the few things I was certain about. It also pushed me to have th…
 
Cerebral Palsy Part 2: Interview with a Patient Today Alex brings her patient, Allison, on the show. They discuss cerebral palsy and aging, the effects of pregnancy, medication and stress on her body and things PTs and OTs should know when treating patients with CP. We hope this gives you insight into CP, aging and how to be better clinicians when …
 
If you looked at the academic literature, you would think that elder abuse and neglect, collectively called elder mistreatment, did not exist before the 1990s. Of course that's not true at all, it was hidden, covered, and not a major subject of research. Several pioneers have placed elder mistreatment firmly on the map, including XinQi Dong, Mark L…
 
Less than 3 months ago, Troy, Tali, and Nicole recorded their first "corona virus" episode. Now, those same 3 clinicians regroup to discuss the professional and personal adaptations made since then. From telehealth to infectious disease prevention, being ambassadors of health and science, ageism, caring for the caregiver, and a personal experience …
 
This was a remarkable podcast. Eric and I were blown away by the eloquence of our guests, who were able to speak to this moment in which our country is hurting in so many ways.Today's topic is the impact of COVID19 on minority communities, but we start with a check in about George Floyd's murder and subsequent protests across the country. Our guest…
 
The question of who should get limited supplies of drugs that treat COVID-19 is not a theoretical question, like what seems to have happened with ventilators in the US. This is happening now. Hospitals right now have limited courses of remdesivir. For example the University of Pittsburgh hospital system has about 50 courses of remdsivir. They expec…
 
What Outpatient Clinicians Should Know about Home Health Changes Troy helps answer questions from outpatient clinicians in the GEROS Community relating to Home Health. What should your patients expect? What are the trends we're seeing in the Home Health industry? What changes are coming that outpatient clinicians should be aware of? ----- If you en…
 
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors. They are revolutionary and transforming cancer care. They shrink tumors and extend lives. Plus they have a better side effect profile than traditional therapies for conditions like metastatic lung cancer, so when those with really poor performance status can't tolerate traditional chemotherapy, immune checkpoint inhibi…
 
As Ashwin Kotwal and Lynn Flint note in the introduction to their Annals of Internal Medicine essay (https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/full/10.7326/M20-1982?journalCode=aim), one year ago people were outraged at the thought of a physician using video to deliver bad news to a seriously ill man in the ICU. And look at where we are today. Video and tele…
 
With many of our older adult clients choosing to stay at home or being told to stay in place, we are seeing more people return to, pick up or become increasingly interested in gardening! Gardening is the second most-reported leisure time physical activity for older adults (behind walking). In today's episode, Christina goes through the physical and…
 
Parkinson disease affects 1% to 2% of people older than 65 years. Most known for its distinctive motor symptoms, other distressing symptoms are pain, fatigue, depression, and cognitive impairment. About 2/3rds of individuals with Parkinson's will die from disease-related complications, making it the 14th leading cause of death in the United States.…
 
Eight of the 10 largest outbreaks in the US have been in correctional facilities. Physical distancing is impossible in prisons and jails - they're not built for it. Walkways 3 feet wide. Bunk beds where you can feel your neighbor's breath. To compound the issue, prisoners are afraid that if they admit they're sick they will be "put in the hole" (so…
 
Join Alex Germano as she dives into current literature about aging and cerebral palsy and what evidence is available for appropriate treatment protocols. The next episode of this 2 part series will feature an interview with one of Alex's patients who has cerebral palsy (Publishing in June). Articles mentioned: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic…
 
One million inpatient falls occur annually in U.S. acute care hospitals. Sitters, also referred to as Continuous Patient Aids (CPA's) or safety attendants, are frequently used to prevent falls in high-risk patients. While it may make intuitive sense to use sitters to prevent falls, it does beg the question, what's the evidence that they work?We dis…
 
We are rationing in the US. We may not be explicitly rationing, as we're going to discuss on this podcast, but we are rationing - in the way we allocate fewer tests and less PPE to nursing homes compared to hospitals, in the way we allow hospitals and states to "fend for themselves" resulting in those hospitals/states with better connections and mo…
 
Social / Cultural norms and germs. Who's not re-evaluating their stance on both during a pandemic? Tali and Nicole continue to explore the changes COVID -19 has brought to our daily patient and colleague interactions, including how we greet each other. ----- If you enjoyed this episode, consider joining the GEROS Community! You'll get: Access to th…
 
The cross-over episode is an American tradition that is near and dear to my heart. My childhood is filled with special moments that brought some of my very favorite characters together. Alf crossed over with Gilligan's Island. The Fresh Prince of Bel Air crossed over with The Jeffersons. Mork and Mindy crossed with Happy Days and Laverne and Shirle…
 
We are delighted to have Dani Chammas, psychiatrist and palliative care physician, back on the GeriPal podcast to talk about emotional PPE. None of us can recall who originated the term, but we've all heard it bandied about much needed for front line providers treating patients with coronavirus. Headlines about the New York emergency room doctor co…
 
A Home Health Clinician's COVID-19 perspective Troy talks with Amira Al-Jiboori. A physical therapist on the front lines in Tulsa, OK. Listen to her perspective on how things are changing and how it feels to be considered a hero during this time. ----- If you enjoyed this episode, consider joining the GEROS Community! You'll get: Access to the Priv…
 
What's the role of geriatrics and palliative care in the care of individuals with COPD? We talk this week with Anand Iyer, the lead author of this weeks JAMA IM article on this subject. It's a little off from our ongoing COVID topics, but given that his along with his co-authors (Randy Curtis and Diane Meier) JAMA IM piece just got published, we fi…
 
Eva Norman speaks on this topic and some strategies that she used in Minnesota to help ease concerns and be able to provide vital care to those who need it. Resources mentioned in the podcast: https://aptahhs.memberclicks.net/treating-those-who-vitally-need-care-during-a-period-of-social-isolation-podcast-resources Eva Norman's contract information…
 
Many of you listened to our prior podcast with Jim Wright and David Grabowski about COVID in long term and post acute care settings. In this follow up podcast, we talk about the situation in long term and post acute care in Indiana with Kathleen Unroe, Associate Professor at Indiana University, a scientist at the Regenstief Institute, and a PI of O…
 
Bring Your Own Kettlebell: Implementing #oldNOTweak as a Student PT w. Taylor Eckel & Justin Lee Join Taylor Eckel & Justin Lee, DPT students from George Fox University, as they discuss their perspective & experience in Geriatric PT: Why the current model of care isn't sufficient to improve Geri outcomes... How higher intensities of resistance trai…
 
We were asked by Sean Morrison, Chair of the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, to compose a brief GeriPal video of thanks, support, and gratitude for all of the hard work they are doing in New York. These videos are played every Friday during the Mt. Sinai's Town Hall. Prior g…
 
The peak hospitalizations and deaths in New York City hit around April 7th. Life though in hospitals in New York though have not returned to normal. What were previously operating rooms, post-hip fracture units, or cardiac cath labs, are now units dedicated to the care of individuals hospitalized with COVID. We talk with two NYU clinicians, Ab Brod…
 
In today's podcast we talk with Zara Cooper, Rachelle Bernacki, and Ricky Leiter about the state of COVID at the Brigham and Women's hospital and Dana Farber Cancer Center in Boston. While they have flattened the curve somewhat in Boston, they're still seeing huge numbers of seriously ill Covid patients in Massachusetts. They have 143 out of their …
 
Most of our patients are home, relying on home exercise programs to get them through these next few months. Join Alex as she discusses barriers to adherence, measures for self efficacy and ways to improve success when giving home exercise programs. Articles: https://www.jospt.org/doi/pdf/10.2519/jospt.2019.8779 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti…
 
"It's not about perfection...it's about connection." - Keri BrennerThis week's podcast features a dynamic duo of palliative care psychiatrists, Dr. Keri Brenner from Stanford, and Dr. Dani Chammas from UCSF. Dani was a huge hit as a guest on one of our earliest podcasts talking about "Formulations in Palliative Care."This week, Keri and Dani talk a…
 
For many of us #GeriPT's, treatment looks VERY different from what we are used to. Sicker, younger, highly contagious patients, changing mindsets, scaling back treatment plans - or getting pulled from "comfortable and familiar" and being sent to a faster paced, less comfortable setting. It's a whole new ball game - or is it? Brush up on your pulmon…
 
The vast majority of hospice services are delivered in patient's homes or other places of residence like nursing homes. This makes the traditional model of hospice care vulnerable in this coronavirus pandemic, especially in the era of social distancing and limited personal protective equipment (PPE). So how are hospice's responding to the COVID-19 …
 
Imagine that you are the medical director of a large (>150 bed) nursing home. Two-thirds of the patients in the home now have COVID-19. Seventeen of your patients are dead. The other physicians who previously saw patients in the nursing home are no longer coming to your facility because you have COVID positive patients. You're short on gowns and fa…
 
Troy talks with Michelle Meade about Essential Thrombocythemia (ET). A rare blood cancer that causes over production of platelets which is more common in Older Adults. They talk about s/s to look out for, resources, and just her overall experience as a patient with the condition. ----- If you enjoyed this episode, consider joining the GEROS Communi…
 
In today's podcast we talk with Audrey Chun, Professor in the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Sheila Barton, a social worker in the Geriatrics practice at Mt. Sinai.Mt. Sinai has a HUGE outpatient geriatrics service, with a mean age of 85. We talk with Audrey and Sheila about the challenges they face in overcomi…
 
In the latest in our series of talking with front line providers in the midst of the COVID pandemic, we talk with Drs. Craig Blinderman, Shunichi Nakagawa, and Ana Berlin of the palliative care service at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. We cover a host of topics, including the urgent need to conduct advance care planning with our outpati…
 
Community Based Organizations (CBOs) - Your Biggest Asset You Don't Know About with Jennifer Tripken of the NCOA Meet Jennifer Tripken, Associate Director, Center for Healthy Aging at National Council on Aging. She's been working hard at promoting some of the amazing resources available to folks. She's also partnered with the Academy of Geriatric P…
 
Leading from the Front in Acute Care - Special COVID-19 Episode w. Julie Brauer What is it like in acute care right now with the COVID-19 pandemic? How are acute care clinicians handling the current situation & preparing for what's to come? Listen in to this special interview with Christina Prevett & Julie Brauer to hear from the front lines. -----…
 
New York is the current epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the US, with over 30,000 confirmed cases as of March 25th. Hospitals and ED's are seeing a surge of patients, and geriatrics and palliative care providers, like Cynthia Pan, are doing their best to meet the needs of these patients and their family members.Today, we talk with Dr. Pan, the…
 
Many of us with clinical roles are waiting for the other shoe to drop. Today we hear from Dr. Darrell Owens, DNP, MSN, head of palliative care for the University of Washington's Northwest campus, a community hospital in Seattle. The UW Northwest hospital has born the brunt of the COVID epidemic in one of our nation's hardest hit areas.Darrell has s…
 
Exercise As a Pill If we could package up exercise, it would be deemed the magic pill. We know it can help prevent, delay or improve symptoms of 26 different chronic conditions! In this podcast we go through how to conceptualize exercise as a drug, how we prescribe exercise like physicians prescribe meds and using this analogy to try to get our cli…
 
You are caring for two adults with COVID-19. One who is a previously healthy 70 year old. One is 55 with multiple medical comorbidities. Both are now requiring mechanical ventilation, but there is only one ventilator left in the hospital and all attempts to transfer the patients to another hospital for care have failed. Which patient would you give…
 
Covid19 is changing the way we interact with each other (from 6 feet away or via Zoom) the way we care for out patients (increasingly by video or telephone) and for some unfortunate few, the way we die (alone, in a hospital for days, isolated from family and friends). This is the first podcast in a series of podcasts about Covid 19. In this first p…
 
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