A Closer Look at Home Hospice Care
At NewYork-Presbyterian, geriatricians and palliative medicine physicians have long been committed to identifying the needs of patients at the end of life as well as those of their caregivers.
Palliative Care in a Pandemic: Lessons Learned and Shared
At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, requests for palliative care consultations increased nearly sevenfold across the 10 campuses of NewYork-Presbyterian.
A Geriatrician’s Personal and Professional Mission Abroad
Every January, Sonal Mehta, MD, a geriatrician in the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, reviews her personal, research, and scholarly goals for the coming year.
A Meeting of Minds and Hearts on Behalf of Older Adults
Sharing their perspectives on this emerging and important issue, clinicians from NewYork-Presbyterian recently took part in the 16th Hallym-Columbia-Cornell-NYP International Symposium on the Importance and Advances in Geriatric Medicine and Surgery in the Republic of Korea.
Engaging Older Adults in the Digital Age
Traditionally older adults have been hesitant in adopting technology, however, more and more are embracing the digital age.
Caring for the Caregivers: Research Informs Interventions to Ease Their Burden
Clinicians and researchers brought the important issue of caregiver burden to the fore and are seeking ways to not only identify and assess caregivers’ needs, but also to provide interventions to support them.