10th EDA Scientific Congress
3-4th September, London, UK
Guy's Campus, King's College London
Joint meeting with British Geriatrics Society Dementia and Related Disorders Special Interest Group
Dr Colm Cunningham (Trinity College, Dublin)
- Biological basis of
- Critical care and
- Palliative care and
nursing home delirium
- Experimental models
for delirium research
- Innovations in
- Setting up a service
Pre-conference Delirium Training Day 2nd September 2015
There is considerable variation among healthcare
practitioners regarding how delirium is detected and assessed. As part of our
efforts to improve delirium detection and assessment, we are interested in
finding out more about these variations.
We would like to invite you to participate in a National
Survey of UK Health Practitioners on attitudes and knowledge surrounding
delirium detection and assessment.
This survey is intended for UK-based doctors, nurses,
physiotherapists and occupational therapists that come into contact with
patients with delirium as part of their routine work, regardless of how little
or how much knowledge they have about delirium.
The survey takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete.
Your time and efforts are very greatly appreciated!
Please click here to take the survey
Tweets by @EDA_delirium
Guest editorial - Alasdair MacLullich, President of the EDA
Nurse-led delirium recognition in palliative care - Annmarie Hosie
Delirium in your loved ones - Jenny Day and Isabel Higgins
Delirium prevention in liaison pyschiatry - Simon Thacker
ICU delirium and early mobilisation - Peter Nydahl et al.
EDA-ADS joint statement on the DSM-5
Young Delirium Researchers meeting
Forthcoming conferences EDA-9, ADS-5.