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Medicine of the Older Person 19 March 2020
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  • A patient experience | Mr Mark Hudson
  • Assessment and management of delirium: key points from the 2019 SIGN Guidelines | Professor Alasdair MacLullich
  • Real-world implementation of better delirium care | Professor James Rudolph
  • Care of the highly agitated patient with delirium - a case based approach | Dr Gillian Scott
  • Medico-legal aspects of delirium: avoiding the major pitfalls | Dr Alan Duncan
  • Delirium education in healthcare settings: how to make it effective | Dr Andy Teodorczuk
  • Understanding distressed behaviour in delirium: video-based case discussion | Nicola Wood
  • Managing risk of falls in patients with delirium | Dr Hazel Miller
  • When delirium persists, what should we do? | Dr Roanna Hall and Dr Keri Jamieson
  • Question and answer session | Expert Panel
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  • Delirium lookalikes you need to know about | Dr Karin Neufeld
  • Case 1: Delirium versus terminal restlessness | Professor Meera Agar
  • Case 2: A diagnostic challenge | Dr Adam Al-Diwani
  • Case 3: Severe, intractable agitation in intensive care unit (ICU) delirium | Dr Babar Khan
  • Case 4: Delirium superimposed on dementia (DSD)? | Dr Alessandro Morandi
  • A patient experience | Ms Alexandra Adams
  • A carer experience | Dr Julie Lustig
  • A new digital and quality improvement programme to improve delirium care | Dr Emma Vardy
  • Basic science | Dr Colm Cunningham
  • Applying systematic review methodology: identifying research gaps, refining future trials | Dr Esther Oh
  • Definition and assessment of inattention: insights from psychological research | Dr Zoë Tieges
  • Delirium and data science - endophenotype identification, classification, prediction, enrichment | Dr Robert Stevens
  • Origins of psychotic features | Dr Edwin van Dellen
  • Workshop B: Assessment and management of distress in delirium | Dr Jude Partridge and Ms Ffion Pritchard
  • Workshop H: The wicked problem of delirium education: aligning medical education research to practice | Dr Andy Teodorczuk (and Professor Jan Illing)
Content
  • What's new in paediatric delirium? | Dr Heidi Smith
  • Clinical psychological interventions in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Dorothy Wade
  • Delirium in primary care: development and experience of new pathway | Dr Lorna Dunlop
  • Cognition care in the Australian National Standards (2nd ed) | Dr Julie Lustig
  • Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) 2019 Guidelines on Delirium | Ms Daisy Sandeman
  • New findings from the Delirium and Population Health Informatics Cohort (DELPHIC) Study | Dr Daniel Davis
  • Update on the German National Delirium Care Programme | Dr Stefan Kreisel
  • Agency for the Health Quality and Research (AHRQ) commissioned systematic review on using antipsychotics for delirium 2019 | Dr Esther Oh
  • The electroencephalogram (EEG) in delirium: where are we now in clinical practice and research? | Professor Arjen Slooter
  • Quality improvement (QI) in healthcare: what is it and why do we do it? | Ms Carol Andrews
  • Improving the quality of sleep in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Biren Kamdar
  • An ounce of prevention is worth a pound: implementing a comprehensive delirium care program at a university hospital | Dr Vanja Douglas
  • Delirium in hospice care: quality improvement (QI) projects | Dr Juliet Spiller
  • Multi-disciplinary pathway for managing delirium: Quality improvement (QI) initiative at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan | Dr Shireen Najam