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Systematic Review of Delirium Severity Measurement

Contributed by Heidi Lindroth PhD, RN, Postdoctoral Fellow at Indiana University School of Nursing and Indiana University School of Medicine, Center for Aging Research Upwards of 4 million hospitalized adults experience delirium, a form of acute brain failure each year.1-3 The measurement of delirium severity, defined as the intensity of a delirious episode, is growing […]

Answers to some Frequently-Asked-Questions about the NIDUS Pilot Awards

[updated 10/30/19] Applications for the 2019 NIDUS Pilot Grant Awards are due Thursday, Nov. 7 2019. We have compiled responses to some NIDUS Pilot Grant FAQs here to help assist applicants during the process. If you have additional questions or would like further clarification, please contact NIDUS@hsl.harvard.edu. Applicants may also be interested in reviewing the […]

Major Themes for 2018 NIDUS Pilot Grants Announced

The NIDUS Pilots and Innovation Task Force is accepting proposals for pilot grants focused on delirium research, due on November 7, 2018. The Pilots and Innovation Task Force has identified three major themes of special interest for the pilot grants below, each representing a research area likely to have broad impact on the field. However, […]

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2018 NIDUS Pilot Grant Call for Applications Announced

$50,000 pilot funding opportunity for researchers interested in delirium The Network for Investigation of Delirium: Unifying Scientists is offering two $50,000 pilot grants for proposals related to delirium research. The purpose of these awards is to encourage innovative research that will advance investigation in delirium and lead to future grant funding. Early career investigators or […]