1. Review pharmacological principles and their alteration in aging.
2. Evaluate the common prescribing errors made in the elderly.
3. Identify common drug-drug and drug-disease interactions seen in the elderly.
4. Develop an approach for safe drug prescribing and monitoring in the elderly.
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Irene Hamrick, MD, FAAFP, AGSF, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Director of Geriatric Services, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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