Age Management Medicine Free Online Courses

FREE ONLINE AGE MANAGEMENT MEDICINE COURSES

The Age Management Medicine Group offers courses/lectures that are of interest to Age Management Medicine Healthcare Professionals. These complimentary courses are either sponsored by AMMG or Sponsors who have provided lectures on topics that might not normally be considered for continuing education. We strive to provide free lectures that maintains our desire for the professional dissemination of medical and scientific information in an evidence-based format.

TELEMEDICINE: WHERE WE'VE COME FROM, WHERE WE ARE, AND WHERE WE ARE GOING PRESENTED BY JOHN RUSH, M.D.

COVID-19 is forcing a lot of doctors to try and run their practice by the phone and web. We understand the uncertainty and burden this may cause, so we hope to ease that by providing this lecture for free.

Presented by Longevity Physicians Insurance (LPI) at an Age Management Medicine Conference (AMMG).

DISPELLING THE MYTHS PRESENTED BY MICHALE J. BARBER, M.D.

This lecture will focus on several common misconceptions or misunderstanding in medicine, specifically in the area of Age Management Medicine that will be debunked based on literature review and clinical experience.

This lecture was recorded at an AMMG Conference.

THE ETIOLOGY OF AGING IS NOW UNDERSTOOD PRESENTED BY LEONARD HAYFLICK, PH.D.

The belief that aging is still an unsolved problem in biology is no longer true. To understand this belief it is necessary to define the four phenomena that characterize the finitude of life: aging, the determinants of longevity, age-associated diseases, and death.

This lecture was recorded at the Age Management Medicine Conference – Las Vegas – 2012

WHY DO CENTENARIANS LIVE SO LONG PRESENTED BY L. STEPHEN COLES, M.D., PH.D.

The Autopsy Report of a 106-year-old veteran of World War I, performed at the Palo Alto VA Hospital in July 2007, reveals a uniform rate of aging in all his organs that was slower than normal throughout his life. Indeed, superficially, his organ systems appeared to be those of an “80 year old” not a 106 year old.

This lecture was recorded at the Age Management Medicine Conference – Las Vegas – November 2007.

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