There is still time to snag the early bird rate for “Sixty-Five Shades of Gray: Controversies in Geriatric Care,” a conference on April 14 at the Halekulani, coordinated by the Queens Medical Center.
The conference explores gray areas in geriatric medicine that pose clinical conundrums and challenge providers caring for Hawaii's older adults.
The topics include evaluating the ability of patients with dementia to make decisions, treating geriatric kidney disease patients, handling infectious disease in older patients, testing for sexually transmitted diseases in older LGBTQ patients, and responding to requests for medically-hastened death.
The fee is $120 for Queens physicians and staff members, and $130 for other registrants. The deadline for early bird registrations is March 31. After March 31 the fee rises to $140 for Queens physicians and staff, and $150 for others.
For the conference brochure and registration form click here
. Continuing education credits are offered. For more info call (808) 691-4406.