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Brain Health Education

For your convenience, ACPM has compiled this list of brain health online, live and in-person education activities. These opportunities give providers a detailed look at the value of blood pressure control and other modifiable risk factors as a possible mechanism for reducing the risk of future impaired brain health and cognitive decline. 


HRSA, National Health Service Corps
Training Curriculum: Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
National Health Service Corps / Health Resources & Services Administration

This curriculum includes 16 core modules and four supplemental modules for health educators to train primary care providers about dementia care and to help providers address caregiver needs. Continuing education credits available.


Prevention 2019, Pittsburgh, PA, May 20-23, 2019
Brain Health Learning Institute
CME/MOC Pending; Live Educational Activity, May 2019

The ACPM Brain Health Institute, to be held at our annual meeting, Prevention 2019, will bring together experts in the field of brain health to present an overview of major CDC initiatives related to cognitive impairment. The Institute highlights clinical diagnoses commonly seen by physicians and health systems, and presenters will offer attendees information on successful strategies in the management of modifiable risk factors related to these diagnoses, such as control of high blood pressure to prevent cognitive decline.

At the institute, physicians will hear about ways to enhance follow-up after the clinical encounter and create relationships with the support networks that families need as they embark upon the journey of caring for a family member with cognitive impairment. A clinical case will be woven throughout the institute, helping participants identify real-life situations and cases where the skills they will learn can improve the care of patients and communities. CME/MOC credits will be provided, with further details to come. Register Today!


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Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Centers

Operated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), these centers offer many types of educational programs for medical professionals. Located across the country and each connected with a major research university, their mission is to improve the health and health care of older veterans by building new knowledge through research, improving health care through the development of new clinical programs, and ensuring that VA staff are educated about aging-related issues.

HRSA Geriatric Workforce Education

The HRSA Geriatric Workforce Education provides funding to prepare health care providers to meet the needs of the aging U.S. population and ensure improved health results for older adults.

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