ADS’ 8th Annual Meeting: Call For Proposals

Consider submitting a symposium, workshop or roundtable proposal, or oral or poster presentation abstract for the 8th Annual American Delirium Society Meeting, June 10-12 in San Francisco CA! This is a great meeting to share your work, learn, and network with others in the field. Please see below or visit the ADS 2018 website (http://americandeliriumsociety.org/ads-2018) […]

Recap: American Delirium Society Meeting 2017

The American Delirium Society held their 6th annual meeting from June 4-6, 2017, in Nashville, Tennessee. Along with excellent talks and poster presentations by many members of the delirium research community, NIDUS was honored to host 2 sessions: 1) a plenary session by NIDUS investigators introducing the program and our initiatives and 2) a scientific breakout session with presentations by previous participants of the Delirium Boot Camp.Continue reading

New study shows no effect of low-dose intraoperative ketamine on delirium

Use of low-dose intraoperative ketamine does not lower levels of postoperative pain or reduce delirium in older adults undergoing surgery, according to a new study led by Michael Avidan, MBBCh, Professor of Anesthesiology and Surgery at Washington University St. Louis and NIDUS co-investigator. The findings from this multi-site randomized trial were published online on May 30 […]

NIDUS publishes editorial in Journal of Gerontological Nursing

The Journal of Geronotological Nursing has published an editorial titled “Network for Investigation of Delirium Across the U.S. (NIDUS): Advancing the Field of Delirium with a New Interdisciplinary Research Network” in their May 2017 issue. The editorial describes the NIDUS program and provides a framework for how NIDUS will help advance the field of delirium research. Donna […]