Foundations of Nursing Care for Older Adults Series



Interactive Modules

Target Audience

  • Registered Nurses


This series focuses on building the foundational geriatric knowledge of RNs working in a variety of settings, including hospital care, home health care, assisted-living, PACE programs, and nursing homes.


All courses in the series feature the latest, evidence  content developed by faculty at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. The series has 13 interactive courses that feature robust visual design. 

Nursing continuing professional development contact hours will be provided for each of the modules.

Individuals who complete this series will be able to:

  1. Recognize the unique healthcare needs of older adults, including special populations within this demographic. 
  2. Apply gerontological knowledge in the management and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.
  3. Identify and use models of patient-centered care to provide individualized levels of care.
  4. Explain the external issues surrounding gerontological care, including ethical and healthcare policy issues.

Click below to purchase individual courses. 

Foundations of Practice for Gerontological Nursing

Integrating the 4Ms into the Care of Older Adults

Health Promotion and Assessment and Age-Related Changes

Geriatric Syndromes

Psychological Issues: The Three D's: Depression, Dementia and Delirium

Palliative Care


Common Cardiovascular Health Conditions

Common Health Conditions-Part 1

Common Health Conditions-Part 2

Legal and Ethical Issues

Healthcare Policy

Special Populations of Older Adults

Nurse walking with older adult