PALTC23 Conference Recordings
Experience the education sessions from The Society's 2023 Annual Conference from the comfort of your own home!
By purchasing the recordings package, you can still attend the conference on your schedule and earn over 70 hours of CME credit, CMD credit, and ABIM MOC points and 6 Pharmacology Hours. Some recordings satisfy the requirement for Pharmacology Credit and are indicated.
Recorded sessions include:
- Audio synced to slides for most 60 and 90-minute sessions delivered during the conference
- Ability to download session handouts
Please note that the 3.5-hour workshops on Thursday, March 9, 2023 were not recorded due to their interactive nature.
The following sessions are also not available:
1. (FR05) Interdisciplinary Litigation Prevention: Done and NOT Documented
2. (FR17) New to PALTC Medicine? Welcome Symposium!
4. (SU01) Red Eye Rounds: Clinical Quandaries
5. (SU02) Red Eye Rounds: Medical Direction Challenges
The American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) has determined that credits awarded from this activity, whether earned through the live virtual conference, or through recordings, will be accepted toward live education eligibility requirements for the Certified Medical Director (CMD) certification credential.
Release Date: 05/2023 Valid Through: 02/2026 02/2026
2023 Annual Conference Program Planning Subcommittee
The Society wishes to gratefully acknowledge the Annual Conference Program Planning Subcommittee for their dedication to education and AMDA - The Society of Post-Acute and Long-Term Medicine Annual Conference 2023.
Accreditation: AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME Designation: AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine designates thisenduring material for a maximum of 76 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
ABIM MOC: Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 72.25 Medical Knowledge MOC points and patient safety MOC credit in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.
CMD Credit Hours: This self-study activity has been pre-approved by the American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) for up to 55.75 management hours and up to 20.25 clinical hours toward certification or recertification as a Certified Medical Director (CMD) in post-acute and long-term care medicine. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit actually spent on the activity.
The CMD Program is administered by the ABPLM. Each physician should claim only those credit hours that he/she actually spent in the activity. For further information, contact ABPLM at 410-992-3117 or at email@example.com.
- (OD1) "Mom is starving!": Communicating effectively about dysphagia, diet modification and artificial nutrition
- (OD2) Generating Clinical Models for Analyzing Big Data in Nursing Home Residents
- (OD3) Infection Prevention/Control for Personal Care Homes: Implementing Guidance and Creative Solutions
- (OD4) Interdisciplinary Education and Skills Acquisition in PALTC
- (OD5) Patient Experiences of Long COVID
- (OD6) Post-Poliomyelitis Syndrome: Not Just a Late-Effect of Poliomyelitis due to Aging
- (OD7) Recognizing, Addressing, and Treating Spasticity for the PALTC Provider
- (OD9) Raise Your Hand If You Enjoy Unsolicited Advice!
- (OD10) Implicit Bias in Healthcare: Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Promoting Equity
- (TH08) General Session I 2023: The Funny Thing About Stress
- (TH09) Medication Confusion: How to Reduce Multiple Categories of Brain Active Medications
- (TH10) Leadership Skills for Knowledgeable, Engaged & Effective Medical Directors: Four Perspectives
- (TH11) International Perspectives on Long-Term Care, Quality Assessment and Inspections: What Works?
- (TH12) Medical Aid in Dying (MAID): Medical, Ethical, and Legal Implications
- (TH13) Playing Your Part: Unwinding Social Stereotypes to Enhance Communication Skills
- (TH14) Leading a High Performing Wound Care Program
- (TH15) Coding Changes That Impact Your PALTC Practice 2023
- (TH16) ACO REACH: The First Performance Year
- (FR01) General Session II: This Year in Review in Long-Term Care 2023
- (FR02) Ageism: Still a Crisis in 2023
- (FR03) Progress and Updates from the Moving Forward Coalition
- (FR04) Resident Engagement in Care Interactions Among Residents with Dementia: Promoting Positive Care
- (FR06) PALTC e-Prescribing: Upcoming Changes and Requirements
- (FR07) Living with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Effect on VA CLC Residents
- (FR08) Skin Tears in PALTC: An Under Appreciated Traumatic Injury
- (FR09) Effect of Spiritual Values on Medical-Decision Making: Enhancement of Provider Communication
- (FR10) Should I Stay or Should I Go? Retirement Planning for PALTC Clinicians
- (FR11) Understanding Institutional Special Needs Plans: The Ins and Outs of I-SNPs
- (FR12) Ethical and LGBTQIA in LTC - Discrimination, Bullying, and Creating a Safe Environment
- (FR13) Lessons from Litigation: Avoiding Liability Pitfalls in PALTC
- (FR14) Evidence Based Methods to Make Conflict Resolution Effective and Productive
- (FR15) State Based Advocacy: Organization (PP Committee) and Visibility (Medical Director Listing)
- (FR16) Enhancing Leadership for Women in PALTC: Reclaiming Happiness in our Lives
- (FR18) How Bioethics Lost Respect for Persons, and How PALTC Can Rediscover It
- (FR19) Approaching the New AMDA 3Ds CPG using the Care Delivery Process
- (FR20) Enhancing Infection Control through Enhanced Barrier Precautions in Skilled Nursing Facilities
- (FR22) Passion for Success: Innovative Careforce Recruitment and Retention Strategies in Long-Term Care
- (FR23) Sink or Swim? How to Succeed in a Value-Based Care World
- (FR24) Breaking Science: Presentations from Leading Researchers in PALTC Medicine 2023
- (FR25) Memory Care Matters! Advocacy Updates in Assisted Living Focusing on Dementia
- (FR26) Riding the D2D Bandwagon for Behavior Change in a PALTC Organization
- (FR27) Demystifying Your Medical Director Agreement: Key Provisions and Negotiation Tips
- (FR28) COVID19 Boosters in Nursing Homes: Immunological Response, Effectiveness, and Real World Implementation
- (FR29) Managing Medical Misinformation: How to Address this Information Mess!
- (FR30) New Approaches to Combat Staff Burnout and Turnover
- (SA01) General Session III: Health Policy 2023
- (SA02) Get Control Nurse Leaders! Setting Up a Life-Changing Morning Meeting
- (SA03) The High Impact of Slow Stream Rehabilitation
- (SA05) An Interdisciplinary, Primarily non-Pharmaceutical Approach to Managing Behaviors in Memory Care
- (SA06) My Patient Wants to Have Sex. Now What?-How Occupational Therapy Can Help
- (SA07) Resident Centered Discharge Management: Care Coordination
- (SA08) MythBusters: Advance Practice Providers in PALTC
- (SA09) Home-Based Primary Care Improves Outcomes in People with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability
- (SA10) Approaching Antibiotic Stewardship: Get Help, Change the Culture, Use the Tools
- (SA11) Interdisciplinary Ethics Panel Approach to End-of-Life Decision-Making for Unbefriended Nursing Home Residents
- (SA12) Antithrombotic Treatments in Residents with SARSCoV-2/COVID-19 in PALTC
- (SA13) Using Documentary and Narratives in PALTC for Medical Education and Staff Retention
- (SA14) What do We Know About PALTC Medical Workforce Development?
- (SA15) Best Practices to Tackle Polypharmacy, Decrease Psychotropics and Management Pain in AL
- (SA16) Make Challenging Patients Easier: Integrate Behavioral and Medical Care
- (SA17) New Concepts in Antipsychotic Stewardship
- (SA18) Spiritual Care: Healthcare for the Whole Person by the Whole Team
- (SA19) Mitigating COVID-19-Related Complications to Promote Successful Rehabilitation and Discharge
- (SA20) Improving Opioid and Substance Use Disorder Care Quality Among Nursing Home Residents
- (SU03) General Session IV 2023
- Anne-Marie Filkin Lecture: From Physician to Caregiver to Care-Partner: COVID and Beyond
- Everything Will Be Alright