About the Boot Camp
The Delirium Boot Camp was founded in 2013 through an NIA Leadership Award (K07AG041835) to Dr. Sharon K. Inouye to establish the Center for Excellence for Delirium in Aging: Research, Training and Educational Enhancement (CEDARTREE). From 2016 to 2020, the Delirium Boot Camp was funded by an NIA Network Grant (R24AG054259, PI Inouye), under leadership of Donna M. Fick, PhD, MSN, and E. Wes Ely, MD, MPH. The 2021-2025 Delirium Bootcamps are being run under the leadership of Jan Busby-Whitehead, MD and John W. Devlin, PharmD.
There are now over 90 alumni of the Delirium Boot Camp program, which has expanded to include international participants as well as participants from across the United States and Canada. The Boot Camp includes didactic sessions on a variety of delirium-specific research topics ranging from translational to clinical research, as well as mock grant reviews, CAM training, grantsmanship, methods training, responding to grant/manuscripts reviews, virtual cognitive assessment, networking sessions, and more.
More information about the Boot Camp and how to apply is available here: https://deliriumnetwork.org/career-development/boot-camp-application/. Due to limited space, participation is by application only.
Download Application: 2021_BootCamp_Application
Applications are due July 23, 2021.