Society’s changing demographic makes gerontology an important area of study. Approximately 4 million Canadians are 65 years of age or older. This age group is the fastest growing segment of the Canadian population. An aging population has economic, ethical, lifestyle, political and health care implications.

In this course, we discuss the aging process and the diseases commonly associated with aging. We also discuss the classes of drugs recommended for treatment of these diseases. However, this course is not designed to provide specific drug related detail such as specific drug doses, side effects or drug interactions.

Product Details

Course Name

10 modules in 2 binders.
Number of pages: 650.
Suggested number of hours of study: 65.

C.E. Units
7 (What is this?)


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Key Objectives

After completing the course students will be able to:

  • Understand society's changing demographics
  • Identify disorders affecting our aging population
  • Get information on the impact of these disorders and the best treatment options
Exam Details

Type of Exam
Multiple Choice

Number of questions
100 questions

Time Limit
2 hours

Passing Grade

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