Event Title                                               
Geriatric Care Seminar
This CME activity offers 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM

Event Date & Time

Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Brunch Buffet will be complimentary to those who RSVP by 
Wednesday, 10/16/19 only

Event Location & Parking Information

DoubleTree by Hilton Monrovia  (Click Here For Directions)
924 W. Huntington Dr.

Monrovia, CA 91016
(626) 357-1900
Complimentary parking available on site 

Tuition & Eligibility

Complimentary registration for the first 40 U.S. licensed physicians
and 
physician assistants who are practicing in Southern California. 

Must register by Wednesday,10/16/19

We honor 
physicians who paid the 2019 CAMASC membership 
fee with priority registration/reservation. 

To become a member and receive priority registration/reservation,
please CLICK HERE.

A tuition of $80 (includes food service) will be applied to those who
registered 
after Wednesday,10/16/19.


CME Credit Requirement

 

As an IMQ/CMA accredited CME provider, we are required to measure 
"Changes in Competency/Performance" in all CME activities. All
attendees will be asked to complete the Post-Activity Evaluations
online by Monday, November 18, 2019 at 11:59PM in order to
receive certificates of CME. No Exceptions.

Educational Tool Requirement CAMASC has implemented an Audience Response System (ARS) as
one of the tools to enhance the learning experience and conduct
outcome measurement for this activity.  Attendees are required to
bring in their cellular phone as the tool to participate in the
"Pre/Post-Test” via ARS on-site, and other “Educational Assessment”.

Registration



You MUST provide your cellphone number during online
registration for ARS participation. 

Registration via online: CLICK HERE 

Event registration must be submitted by Wednesday, 10/16/19
at 11:59PM 
No exceptions.

American with Disabilities Act

CAMASC complies with the American with Disabilities Act.
Please contact our office at (213) 572-0631 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
no later than Wednesday, 10/16/19 11:59PM


Every reasonable effort will be made to accommodate
your special needs.

Cancellation


To help us maximize our resources, please make every effort                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to inform us by email or phone if you cannot attend the event
after you have registered.


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Phone: (213) 572-0631


CME Schedule

10:00 AM     

Registration 
Brunch Buffet (Food Service will be closed at 11:30 AM)

11:15 AM Welcome and Introduction

11:30 AM

Dementia For the Primary Care Physician
Zaldy S. Tan, MD, MPH, FACP

12:30 PM

"What's Wrong With These Eyelids"
Joseph Lin, MD

1:30 PM

Drug Prescribing For Older Adults” (Part 1)
Tatyana Gurvich, Pharm D., BCGP 

2:30 PM

Break

2:45 PM

Drug Prescribing For Older Adults” (Part 2)
Tatyana Gurvich, Pharm D., BCGP

3:45 PM

"Substance Abuse Among Adults: A Growing Problem
Timothy Fong, MD

 4:45 PM

 Adjournment


Program                  Overview             In 2000, AB 1820 was signed into California law. This bill requires general
internists and family physicians whose patient population consists of 25%
or more patients at least 65 years of age to complete at least 20% of their
mandatory CME, or 10 CME hours for every two years of CME reporting,
in the field of geriatric medicine.


In response to AB 1820 and to ensure physician members are continually
receiving the most updated information and training in geriatric care,
CAMASC has conducted an educational needs survey among its physician
members, and through gap analysis research, identified the following
four (4) topics to be addressed:
  • Dementia For The Primary Care Physician
  • What's Wrong With These Eyelids
  • Drug Prescribing For Older Adults 
  • Substance Abuse Among Adult: A Growing Problem

Educational
Purpose

The purpose of this activity is to narrow the existing practice gaps by
addressing cultural, ethnic, and age-specific health disparities and
new scientific knowledge to improve patient outcomes.  A variety of
teaching and evaluation methods have been developed to facilitate
learning and professional development.  At the end of the seminar,
participants will be able to discuss differential diagnoses, describe
possible complications and list preventive measures, implement
educational, preventive, and therapeutic interventions, and improve
cultural and linguistic competence in communication in their treatment
of the elderly. This activity is expected to result in increased
knowledge, gained competence and better performance in making an
appropriate diagnosis, providing effective treatment and referral
or follow-up care, with the overall goal of improving patient outcomes
for elderly patients.  

Target Audience The target audience for this activity will be physicians and physician
assistants whose patient population consists of 25% or more patients
at least 65 years of age and those who provide health care to or
are interested in the health care of the Chinese/Asian American community.


Accreditation
Statement

cmeThe Chinese American Medical Association of Southern
California (CAMASC) is accredited by the Institute for Medical
Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing
medical education for physicians.  CAMASC takes responsibility
for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of this CME activity.


Credit Designation Statement CAMASC designates this live activity for a maximum of
5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM Physicians should claim
only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation
in the activity.  This credit may also be applied to the CMA
Certification in Continuing Medical Education. 


Certificate of Participation for Physician Assistant (PA)

American Academy of Physician Assistant (AAPA) accepts
certificates of participation for educational activities certified
for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited
by ACCME or a recognized state medical society. PAs may
receive a maximum of 5 Category 1 credits for completing this
activity. A Certificate of Completion will be issued upon
written
request. 

Educational Methods                   This CME activity will consist of five (5) lectures, presented by
distinguished faculty to facilitate the different educational needs of a                                                                                                                                                                                                                  diverse audience.  This CME activity will employ a combination of                                                                                                                                                                                                                          educational methods, including live didactic lecture, case studies,                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and interactive techniques such as a question/answer session,                                                                                                                                                                                                                              pre & post educational assessment and a 30 day follow-up survey.



California Assembly Bill (AB) 1820                                                             This activity is in response to California Assembly Bill 1820
which requires that general internists & family physicians whose
patient population consists of 25% or more patients at least 65
years of age to complete at least 20% of their mandatory CME,
or 10 CME hours for every two years of CME reporting, in
the field of geriatric medicine. 

California Assembly Bill (AB) 1195  This activity is in compliance with California Assembly Bill
1195 which requires continuing medical education activities
with patient care components to include curricula in the
subjects of cultural and linguistic competency. 


Commercial
Support

This activity may be funded, in part, by independent educational
grant and exhibit fees from commercial interests, in compliance
with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
(ACCME) and the Institute for Medical Quality/Californian Medical
Association (IMQ/CMA) strands and guidelines. As of this
website posting, a complete listing of commercial supporters was
not available. Detailed disclosure will be made in accordance to 
the accreditation standard and appropriate acknowledgment
will be given to all supporters at the seminar, prior to the
CME lectures’ commencement.

Disclosure
Statement

As a CME provider accredited by IMQ/CMA, CAMASC must
ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor
in its educational activities.  CME Program Committee Members,
Course Director(s), Content Reviewer(s), Faculty, and all others
who are in a position to control or deliver the content of this
educational activity are required to disclose all relevant financial
relationships with any commercial interest related to the subject
matter of the educational activity.  Safeguards against commercial
bias have been put in place.  Faculty will also disclose any off-label
and/or investigative use of pharmaceuticals or instruments discussed                                                                                                                                                                                                in their presentation.  Detailed disclosures will be made prior to                                                                                                                                                                                                             the CME presentations and/or on course materials.

Disclaimer Attendance at this educational activity does not guarantee
competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures
which may be discussed or taught in the educational presentations.


 

 


 ** CAMASC reserves the right to make changes to the CME schedule as deemed necessary.**