Recipient of the
2018 AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
State Affiliate Achievement Award - - INNOVATIVE Educational Program
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We invite you to attend the 31st Annual Clinical Update in Geriatric Medicine conference scheduled for March 23 to 24, 2023. Although the program is presented in a virtual format, the goal is unchanged: to help you provide superb care to older adults by ensuring that each lecture, symposium, and breakout session provides evidence-based “pearls” that you can immediately incorporate into your practice.
Join us from the comfort of your home or office for an outstanding agenda of lectures and panel discussions. This AGS award-winning course is a collaboration between The University of Pittsburgh, the AGS state chapter, and many healthcare organizations.
Many ingredients contribute to the popularity of this annual conference:
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Shuja Hassan, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Geriatrics
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Medical Director, UPMC Canterbury Place
Neil M. Resnick, MD
Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine
Thomas Detre Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh and UPMC
Lyn Weinberg, MD
Director, Division of Geriatrics and Medical Director, Hospital Elder Life Program
Allegheny Health Network
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Who We Are
As a regional affiliate of the American Geriatrics Society, the organization provides leadership for professionals, policy makers and the public in the area served. The organization aids in the efforts of the American Geriatrics Society in developing, implementing and advocating programs in patient care, research, professional education, public policy and public information for the Pennsylvania and region.
The strategic goals of the PAGS-WD are to:
1. Promote geriatric education for all geriatric healthcare professionals.
2. Provide an active forum and opportunity for networking and engagement with other professionals who share an interest in improving care for the older adults
3. Advocate for programs and public policy, which will improve the
4. Encourage students and residents to pursue a career in geriatrics.Our Leadership
As a member, you are an integral part of the Society and aid in our efforts and mission: to EDUCATE, COMMUNICATE, and ENGAGE healthcare professionals (representing all disciplines) in the provision of quality healthcare for all older persons. Strengthen our voice and become a member today.
2023 Spring Newsletter
In this edition:
2022 Annual Report
Please take a moment to review the 2022 Annual Report, which provides an overview of the events and accomplishments of the society.