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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM -- Zoom Session CHPV Wednesday Drop-in–Mentation–Managing Depression

When:
Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
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Mentation–Managing Depression and Mental Wellness as We Age


Maintaining our mental processing, thinking and memory are key to healthy aging! The focus of this Drop-In — Mentation — is understanding how to recognize and screen for changes that could be related to depression and understanding approaches to maintaining mental wellness.

Mentation is the fourth topic in our exploration of the framework for age-friendly health care. Age-friendly health care is health care that addresses your unique needs and wants. It is care that is safe, can help you enjoy a better quality of life, and is based on what research shows are the most important things to pay attention to as we get older. Age-friendly health care has been summarized as the 4Ms: what Matters, Medications, Mentation and Mobility. Previous CHPV Drop-Ins have explored What Matters, Mobility, and Medications. This is the first of two presentations on mentation. The second part of this topic will be presented at a future Drop-In.


Our Speaker:
Dr. Justine Landi
is a triple board-certified physician in family medicine, geriatrics, and palliative and hospice medicine and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago Department of Medicine. 



Dr. Landi 
provides comprehensive care for older adults including the management of multiple chronic medical conditions, safe transitions of care, medication optimization, delirium prevention and care, and palliative care.