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Clinical Retreat for Interdisciplinary Training (CRIT)

CRIT Postponed to 2021

After careful consideration and consultation, the UofL Trager Institute has decided to postpone CRIT to 2021 due to the concern of COVID-19 virus spread. We will be announcing the new date in early 2021.
For questions, contact Erica Osborne at email: [email protected]

About CRit | Registration | Contact us | Past participants

The CRIT program is a single-day immersive experience that increases the knowledge and leadership skills of professionals serving older adults. 

CRIT reinforces the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration in caring for older adults. As such, this program is interdisciplinary in both content and attendees. CRIT provides the opportunity for Chief Residents, Program Directors, social work students, nursing students, chaplain residents, community workers, patients, and pharmacy residents to participate in interdisciplinary collaboration. 

Registration Includes: Retreat registration and lunch 

Registration Deadline: TBD
Program Cost: $25 per
Registration

POSTPONED (Date TBD) 
Location: UofL Trager Institute

TBD
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Immersive Professional Development

2018 CRIT Attendees

CRIT is an intensive learning retreat that provides learners a variety of professional development opportunities, including an interdisciplinary case study, lectures from subject matter experts, leadership training, an action project, and networking opportunities. 

What You Will Gain:

  • New knowledge and skills in the care of older adults
  • Increased ability to teach geriatrics and palliative care
  • Improved leadership techniques required in your professional role 
  • A certificate of completion 
  • Supported in developing an action plan for conference submission

What to Expect:

The retreat program includes an interactive case divided into four modules that align with the 4-M Model of Age-Friendly Health Systems. Participants will be paired in interprofessional groups. Each module includes evidence-based mini-lectures on topics in geriatrics and palliative care, small group interactive exercises, and presentations designed to enhance clinical and leadership skills.

Schedule of Events:*

7:30 am - 8:00 am Registration
8:00 am - 3:00 pm Programming

*Enjoy free parking available.

If you have any questions on registration or the conference as a whole, please contact: 
Erica Osborne
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (502) 588-4340 Ext. 2

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