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Talks
  • Street drugs: What's new and what's to know? | Professor Simon Thomas
  • International weapons - a clear and present danger | Professor Michael Eddleston
  • Is my poisoned patient 'detainable'? | Dr Roger Smyth
Category: Poisoning
Talks
  • The unconscious patient: when to call a neurosurgeon? | Miss Julie Woodfield
  • Suspected meningoencephalitis: management strategies | Dr Andrew Storey
  • Drugs and the unconscious patient | Dr James Dear
Content
  • 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
Category: Delirium
Content
  • 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)
Category: Delirium
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
Category: Delirium
Talks
  • The stethoscope - a tribute | Dr Andrew Flapan
  • The psychology of diagnostic thinking | Dr Laura Zwaan
  • The state of the art of medicine | Professor Abraham Verghese
  • No hocus in PoCUS! | Dr Rosaleen Baruah
  • Resuscitating bedside medicine | Dr Brian T Garibaldi
  • Imaging - where we are and where we are headed | Professor Joanna Wardlaw CBE
  • The robot will see you now - artificial intelligence (AI) in patient care | Mr Iain Hennessey
  • Diagnostic potential of the microbiome | Dr Orla O'Sullivan
Talks
  • Towards more rational treatment of sepsis | Professor Martin Llewelyn
  • Update on cytomegalovirus (CMV) - what's new in diagnosis, treatment and prevention | Professor Paul Griffiths
  • Biologic agents - not all that glitters is gold | Professor Gerry Davies
  • Cellulitis - how can we do better? | Dr Rebecca Sutherland

Coming soon: Dengue: current challenges and opportunities | Professor Bridget Wills

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Sir Andy Haines, Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, delivered this Public Lecture on 28 May 2019.

This talk is available to Fellows, Members and the public.

About

Dr Graham Nimmo and Dr Dorothy Armstrong in conversation.

Don’t Take It Personally explores self-care and compassion in the face of complaint, and the power of apology.