Clinical Retreat for Interdisciplinary Training (CRIT)

2018 is the fifth year that the University of Louisville has hosted the CRIT Program.This program has been dedicated to increasing the knowledge and leadership skills of professionals serving older adults. However, in recent years, we have increased the interdisciplinary nature of the program, both in content and attendees.

CRIT provides the opportunity for Chief Residents, Program Directors, social work students, nursing students, community workers, patients and geriatrics and palliative medicine faculty to network with each other and lays the groundwork for interdisciplinary connections. Learners emerge with new knowledge and skills in the care of older adults, increased the ability to teach on geriatrics and palliative care, and improved leadership techniques required in their new roles.

Registration Deadline: June 15
Program Cost: $500 for 3 Attendees

Dates: Sat., August 11 - Sun., August 12
Location: French Lick Resort | French Lick, IN

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Registration Information:

Registering for CRIT is a two-part process:

1. Payment: Payment for CRIT occurs at the organizational/departmental level. One payment of $500 pays for a hotel room and all meals for three attendees from your organization/department to attend CRIT. Online payments or inter-university transfers are accepted. If you are authorized to pay for your organization, CLICK HERE to submit payment for your organization's/department's participation in CRIT.

2. Attendee Registration: After your organization/department has submitted the $500 payment, you will be sent a registration link that can be sent to the three individuals your agency is sending to the program. They will not be required to submit any payment. This separate form will ask for attendee information such as name, job/learner position, dietary preferences, and the number of guests the attendee will bring to the Saturday dinner.
If you have any questions on registration or the conference as a whole, please contact: 

Lisa Baunach, Community & Civic Engagement Catalyst
Email: lisa.baunach@louisville.edu
Phone: (502) 852-5159

Past Organizational participation:

  • Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency (KIPDA)
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Internal Medicine
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Hematology & Oncology
  • Jewish Family & Career Services
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Urology
  • University of Louisville School of Nursing
  • ElderServe
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Anesthesiology
  • University of Louisville Department of Palliative Medicine
  • Kentucky Coalition for Healthy Communities (KCHC)
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
 
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Family and Geriatric Medicine
  • University of Louisville Dept. of Psychiatry