IMDA - Indiana Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine is a professional association of clinicians and providers practicing in the long term care continuum. IMDA is dedicated to excellence in patient care.
On this site, IMDA will post original materials along with links to existing resources, tools, articles and legislative information designed to advance our mission to improve patient care and promote the professional development of long term care practitioners. IMDA members are encouraged to submit non-commercial, long term care related items which they feel should be shared with our members.
The four clinical scholarship opportunities listed below are all great opportunities for clinical long term care staff, or those who work with a geriatric patient population.
Please feel free to forward these details to your employees/faculty/students/alumni, etc. and post the attached scholarship announcement info in heavily trafficked areas as you see fit!
Before attending Part II training in Indianapolis, you must complete Part I online. The registration deadline for Part I is May 16th.
If you plan on taking Part I this year, or have already taken Part I only, we strongly encourage you to complete Part II live in 2016. Beginning in 2017, there will be changes to the course structure, order, and content.
More information on the training is available at http://www.paltc.org/core-curriculum-medical-direction-post-acute-and-long-term-care.
Indiana State Government website, Bitter Pill - Bitter Pill - www.in.gov/bitterpill/
Medical societies seeking to ensure compassionate and high quality care for long term care patients joined together to develop a "Tip Sheet on Prescribing for Controlled Substances in Long Term Care." The document is designed to assist physicians and other prescribers in their efforts to ensure proper controlled substances prescribing in long term care, and deal with aggressive enforcement actions by Drug Enforcement Administration agents. View Tip Sheet