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New Journal Article: Delphi Delirium Management Algorithms

In a newly published article on Delphi Delirium Management Algorithms, Thomas Ottens, Arjen Slooter, and Carsten Hermes describe, “an initiative to create a clinical algorithm to provide healthcare providers with a structured approach to hospitalised patients who develop delirium.” Multiple collaborators were involved in this project including several NIDUS PIs (Drs. Sharon Inouye, John Devlin, […]

Investigator of the Month (January 2024): Mark Oldham, MD

Mark Oldham, MD, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He completed fellowship training in consultation-liaison (C-L) psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. After that, he served as medical director of the Behavioral Intervention Team at Yale-New Haven Hospital. In 2017, he transferred to URMC where he launched […]

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Apply for the AGING Initiative MCCs Scholars Program

The AGING Initiative is pleased to announce the sixth cycle of the AGING Initiative MCCs Scholars Program. The program will create a cohort of emerging leaders who are committed to pursuing training and collaborative opportunities to align their research interests with issues relevant to the health and healthcare of older adults with MCCs. To learn […]

Register for the January 17, 2024 Joint NIDUS/ADS Webinar

In this joint NIDUS and American Delirium Society webinar, Drs. Emily Carter, Christine Waszynski, and Esther Oh will focus on strategies to implement and evaluate evidence-based delirium care in era of the Age-Friendly Health System. John Devlin, PharmD will moderate this session. Topic: Bringing Evidence to Practice: Implementing Delirium Care in the Era of the […]

Investigator of the Month (December 2023): Kathryn Agarwal, MD

Dr. Kathryn Agarwal received her MD from Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in Geriatrics at Baylor. The focus of her academic career is the development and implementation of programs to improve the care of hospitalized older adults. From 2012-2016, Dr. Agarwal served as content expert for a […]

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Expanding delirium prevention during COVID-19 with the Modified and Expanded Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP-ME)

Contributed by Tamara G. Fong, MD PhD, Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Hebrew SeniorLife, Boston, MA USA; Jason Albaum, Vassar College, USA; and Sharon K. Inouye, MD MPH, Milton and Shirley F. Levy Family Chair and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, […]

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Congratulations to our 2023 Research Hub Challenge Winner

Congratulations to Eva Tabarani, winner of the 2023 Research Hub Challenge. The Challenge was open to all delirium investigators who had used the NIDUS Delirium Research Hub to further their delirium research program and/or build their collaborative connections. Entrants were asked to show a creative use of the Hub to solve a problem in delirium research. […]

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Pilot Awards Info Session – 2023 Edition

In our November 20, 2023 Info Session, Dr. Frederick Sieber discussed the NIDUS II Pilot Grants and the application process. He also answered questions from those who attended the live session. Access the slides from the presentation. Watch the full session below: