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Interprofessional Continuing Education

Our training program enhances multidisciplinary clinicians’ competencies to provide patient- and family-centered care for older adults, promote patient safety, and support and empower families and caregivers.

Our Programs

Online Accredited Learning in Interprofessional Geriatrics (ENGAGE-IL-OALIG)

Learn about geriatrics through our free, online video modules. CE Credits available for five disciplines

Scholars and Leaders in Interprofessional Geriatrics (ENGAGE-IL-SLIG)

Apply to join a group of interprofessional students and receive firsthand experience working with older adults while learning from field experts

Community-Campus Connections in Interprofessional Geriatrics (ENGAGE-IL-CCCIG)

Engage-IL partners with older adult focused social service organizations to provide education and support

Dementia Guide Expert for Families App

Free, downloadable Mobile App for persons with Dementia, families and caregivers.


iOS Android

Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia Mobile App

Easy to access evidence-based information about the management of persons with behavioral symptoms of dementia.

iOS Android

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Mission

To improve the health and well-being of older adults by enhancing the competencies of health professionals from a variety of disciplines through evidence-based geriatric training, empowering patients, care-givers and families, engaging community partners and integrating geriatrics into primary care.

Vision

To build an interprofessional collaborative community of learning and practice by fostering campus-community relationships partnerships to meet the needs of older adults.

Value

Develop a training program which expands clinical competencies to include integrated care (the blend of geriatrics into primary care) thereby increasing the proportion of the healthcare workforce who are proficient in the care of older adults