Being Truly Responsive: How to Win Over Your Reviewers

February 16, 2022: Being Truly Responsive: How to Win Over Your Reviewers After submitting a grant or paper, reviewers frequently send comments with a request to resubmit. Being fully responsive and to addressing these reviewer concerns is an art form. In this mentoring session, Dr. Sharon Inouye presents a tried-and-true approach for responding to reviewers. […]

The NIDUS Delirium Research Hub: 10 Questions

Recently, Dr. Ed Marcantonio, NIDUS Delirium Research Hub Leader, created a list of 10 Questions about the NIDUS Delirium Research Hub. Below is a preview of the list: 1) What is the NIDUS Delirium Research Hub? The Delirium Research Hub, one of five NIDUS cores, is a repository of meta-data (like a “table of contents”) […]

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The Delirium Bibliography: A Critical Resource & Your One-Stop Shop!

Contributed by Maggie Webb, BA, Research Associate, Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew SeniorLife We are thrilled to announce that the NIDUS website is now home to a widely used resource in the delirium clinical and research community: the Delirium Bibliography! Specifically designed for busy clinicians, the Delirium Bibliography is your one-stop shop for searching […]