NIDUS Blog

Gen Shinozaki, MD

Can Delirium Assessment with Bispectral EEG (BSEEG) Help Predict Patient Outcome(s)?

Contributed by Gen Shinozaki, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA The Shinozaki Lab at Stanford University, previously at the University of Iowa, has been working to develop a novel portable EEG device to help detect delirium in hopes it will improve patient outcome(s). This bispectral […]

Dr. Gideon Caplan

Investigator of the Month (September 2023): Gideon Caplan, MD, FRACP

Dr Gideon Caplan is Director of Geriatric Medicine and Post-Acute Care Services at Prince of Wales Hospital, and he is a Conjoint Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. His research interests have focused on health services research as principal investigator on seven investigator-initiated RCTs, and on the pathophysiology of […]

UB-CAM QR code for downloading iPhone app

Update on the Ultra-Brief Confusion Assessment Method (UB-CAM)

Contributed by Edward R. Marcantonio MD, MSc, Professor of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School and Donna M. Fick, RN, PhD, Director of the Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence, Penn State In 2020, we wrote a NIDUS blog introducing the Ultra-Brief Confusion Assessment Method (UB-CAM) 1, an ultra-brief, adaptive tool for assessing […]

Dr. Donna Fick

Investigator of the Month (August 2023): Donna Fick, PhD, RN, GCNS-BC, FGSA, FAAN

Dr. Donna Marie Fick is the Elouise Ross Eberly Endowed Professor of the Ross & Carol Nese College of Nursing at The Pennsylvania State University, and Director of the Tressa Nese and Helen Diskevich Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence. Dr. Fick is nationally and internationally recognized as a leading expert in geriatric care and research. She […]

Zachary Kunicki, PhD

Investigator of the Month (July 2023): Zachary Kunicki, PhD

Dr. Zachary Kunicki received his PhD in Psychology from the University of Rhode Island, and he has master’s degrees in Psychology, Statistics, and Public Health. Dr. Kunicki is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, where he also serves as the assistant […]

Zachary Kunicki, PhD

The Trajectory of Cognitive Aging after Experiencing Postoperative Delirium

Contributed by Zachary Kunicki, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI, USA; Richard Jones, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Neurology, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI, USA; and Sharon Inouye, MD MPH, Milton and Shirley F. Levy Family Chair […]

Annmarie Hosie, PhD, RN

Investigator of the Month (June 2023): Annmarie Hosie, PhD, RN

Dr. Annmarie Hosie is Associate Professor, Palliative Care Nursing at the University of Notre Dame Australia and St. Vincent’s Health Network Sydney; and an Adjust Associate Professor at the University of Technology Sydney. Her PhD at the University of Notre Dame Australia researched delirium epidemiology, systems, and nursing practice in palliative care units, and her […]

Flavia Barreto Garcez MD, PhD

The potential association between gut microbiota and delirium in acutely ill older adults: an important area for further investigation

Contributed by Flavia Barreto Garcez MD, PhD and Thiago Junqueira Avelino-Silva, MD, PhD Laboratorio de Investigacao Medica em Envelhecimento (LIM 66), Servico de Geriatria, Hospital das Clinicas HCFMUSP, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil The gut microbiota, the collection of microorganisms in our gastrointestinal tract,1 has gained increasing attention in recent years. It […]

Citing a published NIDUS blog post on your CV

When citing a NIDUS blog post on your CV, list it in a section entitled ‘Other Non-Peer Reviewed Scholarship’. For the actual citation, list your name, blog title, organization (NIDUS), and the link to Blog. At the end, add ‘invited blog’ in brackets. This is the format suggested on the Harvard Med School CV template.

Example:
Sam Jones, My Delirium Blog Post, NIDUS, www.deliriumnetwork/my-delirium-blog-post.org (invited blog)