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MillionHeartsDE at DAFP Geriatrics Symposium

On December 11, 2014 Million Hearts DE Project Manager Denise Taylor shared our newly updated provider toolkit with around 200 physicians, nurses, students and a variety of other health professionals at the 29th Annual DAFP Geriatric Medicine Symposium at the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center. This collaboration between the Delaware Academy of Family Physicians, Christiana Care Health System, Delaware Academy of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University and Thomas Jefferson University Geriatric Education Center was a great success! Topics included Medication Use in the Elderly, Advanced Care Planning and Choosing Wisely in Geriatric Patients. To review the slides from the morning, visit Next year’s Geriatric Medicine Symposium will be Thursday December 10, 2015 at the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center in Newark, DE.

Check out some out our pictures from the event in the DAFP Flickr photostream:

Million Hearts® Delaware Founding Partners

Christiana Care Health System
Delaware Center for Health Promotion at Delaware State University
Delaware Academy of Family Physicians
Delaware Academy of Medicine
Delaware Chapters of the American Heart Association
Delaware Greenways
Delaware Healthcare Association
Medical Society of Delaware
Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Quality Insights of Delaware
American College of Cardiology - Delaware
State of Delaware, Division of Public Health

Million Hearts DE website is sponsored by the Delaware Academy of Family Physicians.

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Million Hearts DE is supported by a grant from Christiana Care Health System.

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