February 11 Dinner program: “Cognitive Aging: Can we modify risk of cognitive decline in late-life?”
February 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$35 – $55
|Monday – February 11, 2019 – “Cognitive Aging: Can we modify risk of
cognitive decline in late-life?”
(2 CEUs for Licensed Psychologists) $55/$50/$35
Speaker: Michael Keys, MD
LOCATION: Receptions, Inc. 10681 Loveland-Madeira Road, Loveland, OH 45140 (Easily accessible off I-275 @ Exit 52 Loveland/Indian Hill exit)
TIME: 6:00 p.m. – Cash Bar 6:20 p.m. – Dinner – 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. – Program
COST: $50 for CAPP members; $55 for non-members;
$35 student rate (Please note: a letter stating you are a student from a faculty sponsor is required at check-in. Failure to bring a letter will mean that you will be billed the full non-member rate.)
This program will look at what we know in terms of aging, changes in our memory and other cognitive abilities, and the underlying brain changes associated with decline. While the number of cases of Alzheimer’s disease and related late life dementias is increasing and perhaps the leading public health concern in terms of overall health and economic burden, several epidemiological studies in the last several years have shown that the incidence, i.e., individual risk, as well prevalence of the disease has actually decreased. Dr. Keys will present information about contributory risk factors ranging from genetics to modifiable lifestyle changes, focusing on what we know and don’t know about risk and protection in cognitive aging.
Objectives: Presentation attendees will achieve:
- An understanding of the continuum from normal aging and cognitive status to the development of decline in cognitive and functional abilities as seen in late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
- An understanding of what has been learned in terms of incidence and prevalence of dementia in late-life that suggests that risk of developing the illness may be declining in developed nations (including a discussion of hypothesis of cardiovascular risk factors, education, and other variables of aging and cognitive change).
- An understanding of the complex interplay of what is known about risk and protective factors ranging from family history and genetic associations, to level of education, to health issues such as cardiovascular risk, diabetes, and modifiable life style issues such as diet, exercise, and increased socialization.
- Michael Keys, MD is a clinical Professor of Psychiatry with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and is Director of the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship. His clinical interest has been broad within the field ranging from cognitive aging and the neurocognitive disorders to late life depression. He has worked in a variety of settings ranging from community mental health, long-term care, to hospital inpatient settings. The past twenty years he has continued outpatient clinical practice devoted to seniors and their families living in the community with mental health issues associated with aging.
- Disclosures: Dr. Keys is involved in an investigational study with Roche Pharmaceuticals. He has no other disclosures.
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Deadline to Register: Wednesday, February 6; Cancellation Date: February 1, 2019.
(Fees refunded in full if cancelled by the cancellation date.)