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Mid Peninsula District Meeting

  • Friday, January 17, 2014
  • 12:20 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Stanford Department of Psychiatry, 401 Quarry Road Rm # 1206


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California Society for Clinical Social Work

Mid- Peninsula District


 Paul Tang MD

“linkAges: An Innovative, Multigenerational Program That Activates and Engages Community To Support Aging in Place”

When:         Friday, January 17, 2014.

Where:       Stanford Department of Psychiatry, 401 Quarry Road Rm # 1206

                        RSVP Preferred

Cost:            CSCSW members can earn 1.5 CE credits at no cost. Non-member LCSWs, LMFTs, and LPCCs may earn 1.5 CE credits for a nominal fee of $15. Free to audit. PCE#1.

Dr. Paul Tang, Vice President, Chief Innovation and Technology Officer and Director of the Druker Center for Innovation at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, will tell us about a new, innovative program called linkAges.  It is a multi-generational program that activates and engages community to support aging in place.  This program makes it possible for seniors to use their talents to help others, which in turn helps them to retain their self esteem, health, and sense of well being.  Dr. Tang will outline the linkAges system and the community engagement model that brings diverse individuals together to create a redefined vision to support the shifting demographics of our communities.  This program can potentially be helpful to our senior clients and to younger clients who can play an important part in helping seniors to age in place.  Dr. Tang is a very dynamic speaker who will welcome our ideas and questions.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Tang directs the David Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation, whose mission is to catalyze, invent, and deploy innovations to advance the health and wellbeing of communities.  He has led innovative health information technology programs in healthcare organizations, industry, and national policy-making committees for over 30 years.  He is vice chair of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Information Technology Policy Committee and chair of its Meaningful Use workgroup.  Dr. Tang received his B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering at Stanford University and his M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco.  He is a practicing internist and consulting associate professor of medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and was named by “Modern Healthcare” as one of the 100 most powerful people in 2009 and 50 most powerful physician executives in 2011.

Programs for the year:  February 21 – Sharon Covington LCSW – “Reproductive Loss, Suffering and Resiliency” (a presentation she made at NIH), March 21 -- Clara Kwun LCSW – “Clinical Sensibilities as Seen by A Social Work Analyst,” May 16 – Greg Bellow PhD and Elise Miller PhD – Clinical Challenges of Writing for Publication.” Greg Bellow’s new book is Saul Bellow’s Heart.

This course meets the qualifications for 1.5hrs of CE credit for LCSWs, LMFTs, and LPCCs as required by the CA BBS. PCE #1

Everyone is welcome. We especially encourage MSW students to attend. For more information, contact Virginia Frederick LCSW GinnyFred@aol.com or  650-324-8988. RSVP Preferred.

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