Training For Health Care Professionals

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Continuing Education Modules (1 Hour – No Charge)


Modules offered

Dice Approach
Health Literacy
Elder Abuse
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Other Training Opportunities

Training Resources

  • STEADI Tool: Falls are not an inevitable part of aging. There are specific things that you, as their health care provider, can do to reduce their chances of falling. STEADI’s tools and educational materials will help you to Identify patients at low, moderate, and high risk for a fall; Identify modifiable risk factors; and offer effective interventions.
  • Dementia Friendly Communities: The Dementia Friendly America tools and resources help communities work toward dementia friendliness.
  • National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education: Connect with individuals, groups and organizations at all levels of experience across the country and help open doors to progress and possibilities.
  • American Geriatrics Society: The American Geriatrics Society (AGS) is a not-for-profit organization of nearly 6,000 health professionals devoted to improving the health, independence and quality of life of all older people. The Society provides leadership to healthcare professionals, policy makers and the public by implementing and advocating for programs in patient care, research, professional and public education, and public policy.
  • Gerontological Society of America: The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) fosters collaboration between biologists, health professionals, policymakers, behavioral and social scientists, and other age studies scholars and researchers. They believe the intersection of research from diverse areas is the best way to achieve the greatest impact and promote healthy aging.

Take a look at our Events page for upcoming symposiums, conferences, and more!

Older adults are among the fastest growing age group in the United States (US) and use many health care services, have complex conditions, and require professional expertise to meet their health care needs. With this increase in the older adult population, there is increased demand for healthcare professionals with specialized training in geriatrics.

WE HAIL strives to close this gap by educating more healthcare professionals into caring for older adults based on their needs. This will also foster interest towards working with geriatric populations to prepare for their growing population.

WE HAIL uses several tools and methods to develop geriatric patient-focused, evidence-based tools for health care professionals providing primary care in Tarrant County and across rural communities throughout Texas. Through our partnerships, training opportunities offer a wide variety of continuing medical education credits.

This page was last modified on April 20, 2018