The Office of Geriatrics and Gerontology at The Ohio State University has launched a new, cost-effective, on-line distance education program called “Topics in Gerontology.” Whether you are a seasoned gerontology professional or new to the field, “Topics in Gerontology” is for you! What are the myths and realities of aging? What is the older cancer patient’s journey like? What should you know about sexuality and the older adult? You can learn about these and more in the “Topics in Gerontology” program!
Developed by interdisciplinary faculty from The Ohio State University, modules are categorized by level of instruction, making them appropriate for administrators, direct care staff in long-term care and health care, social service providers, clinicians, policy makers, and community providers who have interactions with older adults as they provide community-based services. Why not complete “Topics in Gerontology” on-line modules for continuing education credit while gaining insight into a wide variety of important issues of aging and strategies for responding? We guarantee you will find modules that are enlightening and helpful in your service to older adults!
Try out a module for free! Travel to the “Topics in Gerontology” program to try out the free module, register for more modules, and begin or continue your journey to gain knowledge to support your work and interactions with older adults.