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As part of the AGE project is HMS students now for geriatric content in their core first and second year courses, and including an additional one-year course in the third year of medical school of longitudinal take experience with elderly patients in a variety of life situations. Teaching methods teaching methods, the use of computer – controlled patient simulators is? , train-the – case they will be instructed in the handling of multiple medical and psychosocial problems of the elderly.

Unlike younger patients, for example, simultaneously prevent diseases or to treat a particular disease or condition, elderly patients addressing any number of issues – for example, risk of falls, urinary incontinence, confusion and memory loss, depression, osteoporosis and heart disease he adds. In fact , the average 75 – year-old has three chronic conditions and takes five prescription drugs. .

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