Welcome to the Memory and Cognitive Disorders online CME course module of the Orange County Vital Brain Aging Program (OCVBAP)

The Orange County Vital Brain Aging Program, in association with Pickup Family Neurosciences Institute, is now offering an online CME* titled Managing Cognitive Health in Your Aging Patient Population.

With peer-reviewed content, curated by a consortium of healthcare providers who specialize in the management of cognitive health, this online CME program will enable physicians to optimally manage the cognitive health of their patients.

Release Date: May 23, 2017
Expiration Date: May 22, 2020

Course topics include:

  • Managing Risk Factors for Cognitive Health: Why, when and how to manage the cognitive health of aging patients in your practice (2 credits)
  • Identifying Cognitive Impairment: When and how to assess cognition and identify cognitive impairment (1 credit)
  • Cognitive Assessment Tools: How to assess to subjectively and objectively evaluate cognitive status using available instruments and technology (0.5 credits)
  • Differential Diagnosis: How to effectively diagnose underlying medical conditions that impair cognition (1 credit)
  • Managing Alzheimer’s Disease: How to identify AD in your patients, as well as treatment and management options (1.5 credits)

Each course can be completed on a laptop or desktop computer. Find out how to obtain your certificate.

To learn more about the Orange County Vital Brain Aging Program by Hoag, visit www.OCBrain.org

* This online CME is made possible by philanthropic support for the Pickup Family Neurosciences Institute and generous grants from the UniHealth Foundation, a non-profit philanthropic organization whose mission is to support and facilitate activities that significantly improve the health and well being of individuals and communities within its service area. The Orange County Vital Brain Aging Program is lead by William R. Shankle, M.D., Program Director, Judy & Richard Voltmer Endowed Chair in Memory and Cognitive Disorders, Pickup Family Neurosciences Institute.

Continuing Medical Education

Accreditation
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian is accredited by the Institute for the Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian designates this enduring material educational activity for a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This credit can apply to the CMA Certification of Continuing Medical Education.