Dr Carolyn Hullick presents on the Emergency Department perspective at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care’s launch of the Delirium Clinical Care Standard in July 2016.
Ms Nelson provides a nursing perspective on recognising delirium in the Emergency Department.
Professor May provides a General Practitioner perspective on caring for patients with cognitive impairment.
Professor Kurrle explains the difference between delirium and dementia.
Clinicians explain the importance of communicating at transitions.
“Delirium – In Intensive Care” provides delirium from an intensive care perspective.
The importance of screening for cognitive impairment.
Clinicians explain key strategies for providing high quality care for people with cognitive impairment.
Clinicians explains the difference between delirium and dementia and the importance of involving family members.
Professor Kurrle explains delirium and a family member outlines what is important from the family’s perspective.
Dr Ryan shares strategies for providing high quality care for people with cognitive impairment in the Emergency Department.
Clinicians provide useful suggestions for creating a calm, safe supportive environment for people with cognitive impairment in hospital
Two families share their experience of caring for someone living with dementia who is admitted to hospital. Clinicians also provide strategies to improve the hospital experience for people with cognitive impairment.