There is a really good podcast on Delirium at the National Mental Health Unit Development Unit. Professor Alisdair McLullich is a geriatrician who informs the audience about important aspects of delirium. The picture and audio quality are very good and the interviewer and Professor McLullich produce an engaging and very informative video. He emphasise the large proportion of patients with delirium according to the population in question – particularly high in acute older adult wards and ITU. The issues of diagnosis, risk of subsequent or concurrent dementia and quality indicators for management are all important areas that are highlighted here and this video could be usefully considered by those organising teaching in relevant areas.
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