Brain Health Equity in the Hispanic/Latinx Community

The Health Aging Webinar series is back! Dementia Dialogues: Equity of Brain Health

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“Brain Health Equity in the Hispanic/Latinx Community”

December 8, (2pm-3pm MTN)

All sessions are held virtually and upon receiving your registration, you will be sent a Zoom link for each Webinar Session.

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Download the “Dementia Dialogues” flyer!

Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging

The Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was established in 1993 through an agreement between the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, the deans of the schools on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the leadership of the University of Colorado Hospital. The mission of the center is to promote improved health for older adults through the establishment and continuation of high quality and innovative clinical programs; the education of community professionals in geriatrics and gerontology; an emphasis on multidisciplinary team care and activity; and the promotion of collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in basic, clinical, and health services research that span the university community.

Risk Factors and Prevention for Healthy Brains

The Health Aging Webinar series is back! Dementia Dialogues: Equity of Brain Health

REGISTER HERE!

“Risk Factors and Prevention for Healthy Brains”

November 17, (2pm-3pm MTN)

“Brain Health Equity in the Hispanic/Latinx Community”

December 8, (2pm-3pm MTN)

All sessions are held virtually and upon receiving your registration, you will be sent a Zoom link for each Webinar Session.

REGISTER HERE!

Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging

The Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was established in 1993 through an agreement between the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, the deans of the schools on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the leadership of the University of Colorado Hospital. The mission of the center is to promote improved health for older adults through the establishment and continuation of high quality and innovative clinical programs; the education of community professionals in geriatrics and gerontology; an emphasis on multidisciplinary team care and activity; and the promotion of collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in basic, clinical, and health services research that span the university community.

Dementia 101

The Health Aging Webinar series is back! Dementia Dialogues: Equity of Brain Health

REGISTER HERE!

“Dementia 101”

October 20 (2pm – 3:30pm MTN)

“Risk Factors and Prevention for Healthy Brains”

November 17, (2pm-3pm MTN)

“Brain Health Equity in the Hispanic/Latinx Community”

December 8, (2pm-3pm MTN)

All sessions are held virtually and upon receiving your registration, you will be sent a Zoom link for each Webinar Session.

REGISTER HERE!

Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging

The Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was established in 1993 through an agreement between the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, the deans of the schools on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the leadership of the University of Colorado Hospital. The mission of the center is to promote improved health for older adults through the establishment and continuation of high quality and innovative clinical programs; the education of community professionals in geriatrics and gerontology; an emphasis on multidisciplinary team care and activity; and the promotion of collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in basic, clinical, and health services research that span the university community.

Dementia Dialogues with the African-American Alzheimer’s Advisory Council Members

The Health Aging Webinar series is back! Dementia Dialogues: Equity of Brain Health

REGISTER HERE!

“Dementia Dialogues with the African-American Alzheimer’s Advisory Council Members”

October 6 (2pm-3pm MTN)

“Dementia 101”

October 13 and 20 (2pm – 3:30pm MTN)

“Risk Factors and Prevention for Healthy Brains”

November 17, (2pm-3pm MTN)

“Brain Health Equity in the Hispanic/Latinx Community”

December 8, (2pm-3pm MTN)

All sessions are held virtually and upon receiving your registration, you will be sent a Zoom link for each Webinar Session.

REGISTER HERE!

Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging

The Multi-disciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was established in 1993 through an agreement between the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, the deans of the schools on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the leadership of the University of Colorado Hospital. The mission of the center is to promote improved health for older adults through the establishment and continuation of high quality and innovative clinical programs; the education of community professionals in geriatrics and gerontology; an emphasis on multidisciplinary team care and activity; and the promotion of collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in basic, clinical, and health services research that span the university community.

Parkinson Disease Research Update

Please register for the event here.
Please note that presentations will begin at 3:45 even though the registration page notes a 3:30 start time.

In honor of Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month, please join the University of Colorado Movement Disorders Center (MDC) for a virtual update on the incredible research going on at our center.

The faculty of the MDC will present clinical trials and investigator-initiated research that is happening now to improve current therapies, find the next therapy, and find out more about the disease in hopes of finding a cure.

This event is intended for patients, care partners, and families, but providers and anyone interested in learning more are welcome to attend.

Agenda
Wednesday, April 13, 2022

3:45-3:50 | Welcome and Introductions
3:50-4:15 | Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trial Update, Michelle Fullard, MD, MSCE*
4:15-4:20 | Clinical Trial Q&A
4:20-4:45 | Advanced Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease Trials, John Thompson, PhD**
4:45-4:50 | Advanced Therapies Trial Q&A
4:50-5:05 | Study Close Up: Sleep in DBS, Alex Baumgartner, MD*
5:05-5:15 | Additional Q&A

* Movement Disorders Specialist, Department of Neurology, University of Colorado School of Medicine
**Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine

This agenda is tentative and subject to change.

colorado parkinson's foundation center of excellence

Please register for the event here.
Please note that presentations will begin at 3:45 even though the registration page notes a 3:30 start time.

Rising to the Sky

You and your family are cordially invited to an event to honor our patients.

The 3rd Annual Patient Commemoration Event is a non-denominational service to honor patients who have recently passed and their families. The focus is on remembrance and healing. To protect our patients’ privacy, we are asking interested partied to email us at Neuro-Palliative@ucdenver.edu or call our administrative partner Candace Ellman at 303

The University of Colorado Neurology Supportive and Palliative Care
Annual Patient Commemoration Ceremony
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 | 4:00-5:00 PM

This event will be held virtually. To register or ask questions, please send an email to neuro-palliative@ucdenver.edu or call 303-724-2194.

Information on how to connect will be emailed to you. (Computer, smartphone, or tablet and access to the internet is required.)

Download the flyer