Ageism in 2022: Why Does it Matter?
Dr. Klugheit grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and did her Psychiatric training at the University of Pennsylvania. She became board certified in Geriatric Psychiatry in 1995 and came to Tucson in 2002. She is in charge of the inpatient consultation service at SAVAHCS, as well as the Geropsychiatry Inpatient Unit. She is proud to say that the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship program is doing extremely well and that they have graduated three new faculty since beginning and have two excellent fellows this year.
The educational objective for Psychiatry Grand Rounds is to provide mental health professionals with updates on psychiatric topics with the goal of increasing knowledge, competence and patient care. Psychiatry Grand Rounds are held on Wednesdays (September-May) from 12 to 1 p.m. Be sure to log into your CME account and complete the evaluation to receive credit.
- Why does ageism matter?
- Social/economic/medical results of ageism
- How does ageism differ from other types of discrimination?
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