Dr. Kathleen (Casey) Clarkson (she/her) Geriatrician, Horizon Health NetworkAssistant Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie UniversityFredericton AreaMD FRCPC Dr. Clarkson completed her training in Internal and Geriatric Medicine at Dalhousie University. She has been working as a geriatrician with Horizon Health Network since 2014. In addition to her clinical work in the care of older adults, Dr. Clarkson is actively involved in medical education at a regional and national level. She has been the co-lead on a number of quality improvement initiatives within Horizon Health Network. Education BSc (Hons), Mount Allison University Doctor of Medicine, Dalhousie University Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine Affiliate Positions Assistant Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland Research Interests Quality improvement in the delivery of Geriatric Medicine Curriculum development and evaluation Polypharmacy and rational prescribing Cognitive disorders Quality Improvement Evidence-Informed Interventions for Falls Risk Reduction (co-lead) Addressing potentially inappropriate medication use in the comprehensive geriatric assessment (co-lead) Use of person-centred language in Geriatric Medicine consultation letters (co-lead) Published Manuscripts (2017-2022) Clarkson K. 10 clinicians, 456 charts: How we tackled quality improvement as a team. Royal College Newsroom 2022. https://newsroom.royalcollege.ca/10-clinicians-456-charts-how-we-tackled-quality-improvement-as-a-team/ Clarkson K, Rockwood K. Emergency Department’s Case of the Month: “Can She Go Home?” The Canadian Journal of Diagnosis 2012;29(1):1-6. Clarkson K, Cassidy K, Eskes G. Singing Soothes: Music Concerts for the Management of Agitation in Older Adults with Dementia. Canadian Journal of Geriatrics 2007;10(3):80-87.