Integrative Geriatric Medicine (CHES)
This course is only for CHES practitioners.
Everyone over 50 years needs this book! Latest research on prevention/delay of chronic diseases, age degeneration, and biochemical changes. For practitioners in outpatient, nursing homes, and other settings. Therapies can be safer and more cost effective. Integrative geriatrics advocates for a whole-person, patient-centered, primarily non-pharmacological approach to medical care of the elderly. From the Weil Integrative Medicine Library.
Excellent course! Chapter topics were well written, relevant, and provided additional resources at the end of each chapter. JMK 2/2020
I found this course to be very interesting and it has definitely piqued my interest in complementary and alternative therapies that are supported by research. It has opened my mind to the many opportunities to achieve wellness. 5/30/2020
(I liked most that) it covers non-pharmacological approach to medical care. BK 3/2021
Great!! Made me go back to the chemistry from college. DW 3/2021
Choose between two versions:
CHES Program ID # SS114228_IGM15 Max CHES 15 Hours / Advanced MCHES 6 hours
CHES Program ID # SS114228_IGM30 Max CHES 30 Hours / Advanced MCHES 12 hours
1.2.3 review related literature
1.1.2 identify existing and necessary resources to conduct assessment
1.2.6 Determine validity of existing data
1.3.1 Identify data collection instruments
1.4.3 identify the impact of emerging social, economic, and other trends on health
3.1.6 Comply with legal standards that apply to implementation
5.5.9 Comply with existing laws and regulations
1.1.4 Apply theories or models to the assessment process
2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting or designing strategies/interventions
4.3.1 identify existing data collection instruments
4.6.8 Develop recommendations based on findings
Why we chose this book
We wanted a great book on integrative geriatrics written by physicians who routinely work with older adults and integrative medicine treatments.
About the author
Dr. Mikhail Kogan obtained a medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine and completed an internal medicine residency in Geriatrics at George Washington University. At present he serves as the Medical Director at GW Center for Integrative Medicine. Dr. Kogan is Board certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Palliative Medicine.