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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

The Fifth Annual Meeting

AMERICAN DELIRIUM SOCIETY


Delirium: A Multidisciplinary Challenge
Conference
Monday, June 1, 2015 - Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Pre-Conference
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Embassy Suites Baltimore-Inner Harbor
and the Grand Historic Venue
Baltimore, MD

This activity has been approved for


AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

The American Delirium Society: Mission

The goals of the American Delirium Society are to foster research, education, quality
improvement, advocacy & implementation science to minimize the impact of delirium
on short- and long-term health and well being, and the effects of delirium on the
health care system as a whole.
DESCRIPTION
The American Delirium Society is dedicated to advancing both basic
scientific inquiry as well as translational approaches to improving care
of all patients as it relates to delirium. This annual meeting is the forum
for new knowledge exchange between disciplines and specialties.
Delirium is a common, yet under-recognized, medical complication
in patients throughout the healthcare system. It particularly affects
elderly, cognitively impaired patients, and patients with critical, lifethreatening illnesses, including young children. Delirium presents a
potentially preventable source of morbidity, mortality and healthcare
resource utilization. Delirium is defined as a syndrome with acute onset
and fluctuation of impaired consciousness and cognition, occurring
as a direct physiological consequence of a general medical condition.
Delirium occurs in a substantial proportion of patients in critical
care settings, post-surgical units, and regular hospital and nursing
home units, and is associated with long-term cognitive impairment,
increased short-term and long-term mortality, longer hospital stays,
and institutionalization at hospital discharge. Consequently, delirium
is an important measure of healthcare quality and patient safety.
Preventing delirium is of the utmost importance. Clinicians fail to
detect delirium occurring in hospitalized patients in >50% of cases.
Under recognition of delirium is due, in part, to its fluctuating clinical
presentation and common, underappreciated hypoactive symptoms
(e.g., inactivity, somnolence). The DSM-5 reference standard for

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


This activity is intended for psychiatrists, surgeons, anesthesiologists,
geriatricians, hospitalists, family physicians, palliative care specialists,
intensivists, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social workers,
psychologists, and pharmacists.
OBJECTIVES
After attending this activity, the participant will demonstrate the
ability to:
-Discuss new knowledge in relation to delirium science.
-Illustrate new methods of delirium detection.
-Outline current advances in the treatment of delirium.
-Name new approaches to prevent delirium.

OTHER CREDITS
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National
Certification Program
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification
Program accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit from organizations
accredited by the ACCME.
American Academy of Physician Assistants
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) accepts
certificates of participation for educational activities certified for
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit from organizations accredited by
ACCME. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 20.75
AAPA Category 1 CME credits for completing this program.
American Nurses Credentialing Center
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) accepts AMA PRA
Category 1 Credit from organizations accredited by the ACCME.
Psychologists
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is authorized
by the Maryland State Board of Examiners of Psychologists as a

diagnosing delirium requires obtaining collateral history from the


patients family and/or caregivers to determine if the change in
cognition occurred abruptly, and conducting a clinical examination of
the patients mental state to document cognitive dysfunction with
particular evaluation for inattention and impaired vigilance. This
delirium diagnostic process is time-consuming, requires training and
a high index of suspicion for delirium by medical staff caring for the
patient, and often falls to the consulting psychiatrist. In order to
improve the way we care for patients in the healthcare system, we
need to educate physicians from all specialties, nurses, rehabilitation
therapists, social workers and psychologists in the recognition,
treatment, and prevention of delirium.
There continues to be a great need in the professional healthcare
community for continued efforts to discover new knowledge about
delirium science and its clinical applications at the bedside. Several
of the topics will be included in the pre-conference as well as in the
conference itself.
Physicians of all specialties will benefit from attending this
conference, including psychiatrists, surgeons, anesthesiologists,
geriatricians, hospitalists, family physicians, palliative care specialists,
and intensivists, both adult and pediatric. Nurses from all of these
specialties will also benefit as will physical and occupational therapists,
social workers, psychologists, and nursing home administrators.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with
the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation
Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint
providership of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and
American Delirium Society. The Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical
education for physicians.
CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine designates this
live activity for a maximum of 20.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the
extent of their participation in the activity.

provider of continuing education. The Johns Hopkins University


School of Medicine maintains responsibility for this program. A
certificate for 20.75 CEUs will be awarded upon completion of this
activity.
Contact Hours for Non-Physicians
The Johns Hopkins University has approved this activity for 20.75
contact hours for non-physicians.
Maryland Board of Pharmacy credit is pending approval.
POLICY ON SPEAKER AND PROVIDER DISCLOSURE
It is the policy of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
that the speaker and provider disclose real or apparent conflicts
of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity, and
also disclose discussions of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or
devices during their presentation(s). The Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine OCME has established policies in place that will
identify and resolve all conflicts of interest prior to this educational
activity. Detailed disclosure will be made in the activity handout.

GENERAL INFORMATION

PRE-CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
Sunday, May 31, 2015 ~ 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

Monday, June 1, 2015 ~ 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Tuesday, June 2, 2015 ~ 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

A form will be available to attendees to evaluate each session


and each speakers presentation, as well as to identify future
educational needs.
OUTCOMES SURVEY
A survey will be sent to all physician attendees within three
months post activity to assist us in determining what impact
this activity had on the attendees practice.

MEETING LOCATION
Grand Historic Venue
225 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

TO REGISTER or FOR FURTHER


INFORMATION

HOTEL

Embassy Suites Baltimore - Inner Harbor

(800) 873-6668

222 Saint Paul Place

(410) 727-2222

Baltimore, Maryland 21202

EVALUATION

FAX: (410) 685-4216

Reservation Web Site: http://bit.ly/1zPcit2


Hotel Reservation Cut-Off Date: May 10, 2015
A limited block of sleeping rooms has been reserved for
your convenience and will be available on a first come, first
served basis. The Embassy Suites Baltimore - Inner Harbor is
an all-suite hotel located just a short walk from Baltimores
Inner Harbor and is connected to the Grand Historic Venue
via skywalk. All guest rooms are equipped with kitchenettes
and one and two bedroom suites feature separate sleeping
quarters. Complimentary All-American hot breakfast buffet
and complimentary evening reception is included in hotel
group rate. Make your reservation online at http://bit.ly/1zPcit2
or call the hotel directly and specify that you are attending the
American Delirium Society Fifth Annual Meeting (Group Code
AD5) to receive the special group rate of $149, junior suite,
single or double, plus tax or $179, one-bedroom suite, single/
double, plus tax. Both valet and self-parking are available onsite at an additional charge. Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. Checkout time is 12:00 p.m.

WELCOME RECEPTION

A complimentary reception for registrants and faculty will be


held Sunday, May 31, 2015 from 6:00 8:00 p.m. Please indicate
your attendance on the registration form.
NOTE: Any commercial support received is solely for the
educational component of this activity and will not be used to
support this welcome reception.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the


American Delirium Society fully comply with the legal
requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof.
Please notify us if you have any special needs.

Register Online (credit card and eCheck)


www.HopkinsCME.edu
Register by Phone (credit card only).................(410) 502-9636
Register by Fax.......................................................(866) 510-7088
Confirmation/Certificates....................................(410) 502-9636
General Information..............................................(410) 955-2959
E-mail the Office of CME............................... cmenet@jhmi.edu
American Delirium Society Website:
http://americandeliriumsociety.org/
For general information, the direct link for this CME activity
web page is:
http://www.hopkinscme.edu/CourseDetail.aspx/80035488.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Applications for commercial support from health care related


industries are pending. A complete list of contributors will
be provided in the syllabus. Please note that commercial
support received is solely for the educational component
of the activity and will not be used to provide food and
beverage.
Please Note: The Physician Payments Sunshine Act was
enacted by Congress to increase public awareness of
financial relationships between drug and medical device
manufacturers and physicians. In compliance with the
requirements of this Act, the commercial supporter/s of this
activity may require the Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine to report certain professional information (such
as name, address, National Provider Identifier (NPI), and
State License number) of physician attendees who receive
complimentary food and beverage in conjunction with
a CME activity. The commercial supporter is required to
submit the collected data to the Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services which will then publish the data on its
website.

FEES INFORMATION

METHODS OF PAYMENT
Payment by check or credit card must accompany the registration form prior to the activity. On-site registration
will be available for an additional fee and by credit card only. Foreign payments must be made by credit card or with
a U.S. Dollar World Money Order.The registration fee includes instructional materials, refreshment breaks, lunches
and welcome reception.
You will receive a confirmation via e-mail if you have provided your e-mail address. Otherwise, confirmation will be
sent by mail. If you have not received it by May 25, 2015, call (410) 502-9636 to confirm that you are registered. A
certificate of registration will be sent by July 17, 2015 to the e-mail address you provide.
The Johns Hopkins University and the American Delirium Society reserve the right to cancel or postpone this
activity due to unforeseen circumstances. In this event, the University will refund the registration fee but is not
responsible for travel expenses. Additionally, we reserve the right to change the venue to a comparable venue.
Under such circumstances, registrants will be notified as soon as possible.

LATE FEE AND REFUND POLICY

A $50 late fee applies to registrations received after 5:00 p.m. ET on May 25, 2015. A handling fee of $50 will
be deducted for cancellation. An additional fee may apply for cancellation of other events, including workshops
and social activities. Refund requests must be received by fax or mail by May 25, 2015. No refunds will be made
thereafter. Transfer of registration to another Johns Hopkins conference in lieu of cancellation is not possible.

GROUP DISCOUNTS

TA $50 late fee applies to registrations received after 5:00 p.m. ET on May 25, 2015. A handling fee of $50 will
be deducted for cancellation. An additional fee may apply for cancellation of other events, including workshops
and social activities. Refund requests must be received by fax or mail by May 25, 2015. No refunds will be made
thereafter. Transfer of registration to another Johns Hopkins conference in lieu of cancellation is not possible.

FEES
TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES
Pre-Conference
1/2 Day

Pre-Conference
1/2 Day
Sunday PM

Monday & Tuesday

Monday or Tuesday

in addition to
attendance-related fees

Professional
Member

$200

$200

$450

$340

$100

Professional
Non-Member

$250

$250

$550

$400

Student
Member

$180

$180

$275

$205

Student
Non-Member

$200

$200

$300

$225

Professional
Member

$300

$300

$550

$440

Professional
Non-Member

$350

$350

$650

$500

Student
Member

$230

$230

$325

$255

Student
Non-Member

$250

$250

$350

$275

Individual
Programs

Early Bird
Registration
On or Before
March 31, 2015

Regular
Registration
On or After
April 1, 2015

Sunday AM

Conference
Only

One Day
Rate

AMERICAN DELIRIUM SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

To become a member, or to renew your membership, please go to


http://americandeliriumsociety.org/membership/benefits-membership.

Membership

$25

$100

$25

SPEAKERS
Activity Director
O. Joseph Bienvenu, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and


Behavioral Sciences
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins Speakers


Charles Hogue, MD

Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care


Medicine

Sapna Kudchadkar, MD

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and


Critical Care Medicine

Michele Balas, PhD, RN, APRN-NP,


CCRN
Associate Professor of Nursing
Center of Excellence in Critical and
Complex Care
The Ohio State University School of Nursing
Columbus, Ohio

Stewart Bond, PhD, RN, AOCN


Assistant Professor of Nursing
William F. Cornell School of Nursing
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Kristen Brooks, MD

Dale Needham, FCA, MD, PhD


Associate Professor of Medicine

Consult Liaison Psychiatrist


Kaiser Permanente
San Rafael, California

Karin Neufeld, MD, MPH

Nathan Brummel, MD, MSCI

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and


Behavioral Sciences
Director, Hospital Psychiatry Service

Joyce Parks DNP, RN-BC, PMHCNS-BC


Certified Psychiatric Nurse Psychotherapist
Nurse Educator
Department of Psychiatric Nursing Clinical Nurse
Specialist

Frederick Sieber, MD

Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care


Medicine

Guest Speakers
Clay Angel, MD

Hospitalist
Kaiser Permanente
San Rafael, California

Benjamin Arenson, BSc

Faculty of Medicine
University of Manitoba College of Medicine
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Rakesh Arora, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS


Associate Professor of Surgery, Anesthesiology
and Physiology
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Michael Avidan, MBBCh

Professor of Anesthesiology and


Cardiothoracic Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri

Instructor in Medicine
Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Patricia Burbank, DNSc, RN, FAAN

Professor of Nursing
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
The University of Rhode Island College of Nursing
Kingston, Rhode Island

Shirley Bush, MBBS, DRCOG, DCH,


MRCGP, Dip Pall Med, FAChPM
Assistant Professor of Palliative Medicine
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Noll Campbell, PharmD, BCPP

Research Assistant Professor of Pharmacy


Purdue University Scientist
Indiana University Center for Senior Health
West Lafayette, Indiana

Colm Cunningham, MD

Research Lecturer
School of Biochemistry and Immunology
Institute of Neuroscience
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin, Ireland

John Devlin, PharmD, FCCM, FCCP

Leslie Eide, BN

PhD Candidate
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Bergen University College
Bergen, Norway

Ahmed Elsayem, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine


Department of Emergency Medicine
Division of Internal Medicine
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, Texas

Joseph Flaherty, MD

Professor of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics


Associate Director, Division of Geriatrics
Associate Chairman, Clinical Affairs for
the Internal Medicine Department
St. Louis University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri

D. Catherine Fuchs, MD

Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics


Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Timothy Girard, MD, MSCI

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy,
Pulmonary, and Critical Care Medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Director, Pulmonary Function Test Lab
Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System
Nashville, Tennessee

Alberto Goldwaser, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


New York University School of Medicine
New York, New York
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Rutgers University
Piscataway, New Jersey

Eric Goldwaser, BS

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Candidate


Rowan University of New Jersey
School of Osteopathic Medicine
Stratford, New Jersey

Professor and Acting Chair, Department of


Pharmacy and Health Systems Sciences
Bouve College of Health Sciences
Professor of Pharmacy
Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts

Sharon Gordon, PsyD

Robert Dicks, MD, FACP

Roanna Hall, BSc, MBChB, MRCP

Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine and


Gerontology
Director, Geriatric Medicine Program
Hartford Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry


Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Chief, Psychology
VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System
Nashville, Tennessee
Clinical Research Fellow
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland

GUEST SPEAKERS, cont'd.


Jin Ho Han, MD, MSc

Hani Mufti, MD, MHI

Christopher Hughes, MD

Robert Nagele, PhD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine


Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Chief Resident, Cardiac Surgery


Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology


Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System
VA Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Rowan University of New Jersey School


of Osteopathic Medicine
Stratford, New Jersey

Valerie Page, MD

Consultant, Intensive Care


Watford General Hospital
Watford, UK

James Jackson, PsyD

Research Assistant Professor of Medicine


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Pratik Pandharipande, MD, MSCI, FCCM


Professor of Anesthesiology and Surgery
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Biren Kamdar, MD, MBA, MHS

Clinical Instructor in Pulmonary and


Critical Care Medicine
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Los Angeles, California

Erin Patel, PsyD, ABPP

Babar Khan, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Indiana University
Director, Critical Care Recovery Center - CCRC
Eskenazi Health Services
Indianapolis, Indiana

Ann Kolanowski, PhD, RN, FGSA,


FAAN

Elouise Ross Eberly Professor in the


College of Nursing
Center Director, Hartford Center of Geriatric
Nursing Excellence at Penn State
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania

Denise Kresevic, PhD, RN, APN-BC


Clinical Nurse Specialist-Geriatrics UH
Geriatric Research Education Clinical Center
(GRECC)
Associate Director, Education/Evaluation
Louis Stokes VA Medical Center
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio

Clare Luz, PhD

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry


Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Assistant Chief, Psychology
Nashville, Tennessee

Mayur Patel, MD, MPH, FACS

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


and Behavioral Sciences-Psychosocial
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, California

Gabrielle Silver, MD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York

Heidi Smith, MD, MSCI, FAAP

Assistant Professor of Pediatric Cardiac


Anesthesiology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Elizabeth Udeh, PharmD, BCPS

Assistant Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice


University of Connecticut, School of Pharmacy
Storrs, Connecticut

Eduard Vasilevskis, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Assistant Professor of Surgery and


Staff Surgeon
Nashville VA Medical Center
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Linda Visser, PhD

Elyse Perweiler, MPP, RN

Christine Waszynski, RN, MSN, APRN,


GNP-B

Director, New Jersey AHEC Program


Associate Director, New Jersey Institute
of Successful Aging
Rowan University of New Jersey School
of Osteopathic Medicine
Stratford, New Jersey

Andrea Petropolis, MD

Assistant Professor of Behavioural


and Social Sciences
University of Groningen
Groningen, Netherlands

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner and


Clinical Nurse Specialist
Coordinator, Geriatric Consult Service and
NICHE Program
Hartford Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut

Chief Resident, Anesthesiology and Perioperative


Medicine
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Joel Wilken, DO

Christine Roller, BSN, RN-BC

Jo Ellen Wilson, MD

Nurse Manager
Inspira Medical CenterVineland
Vineland, New Jersey

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Geriatrics and Gerontology Program
Department of Family Medicine
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

James Rudolph, MD, MS

Jos Maldonado, MD, FAPM, FACFE

Attending Physician
Metropolitan State Hospital
Norwalk, California

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral


Sciences, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, California

Yelizaveta Sher, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine


Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts

Adonis Sfera, MD

Marianne Shaughnessy, PhD, CRNP

Program Analyst
Office of Geriatrics and Extended Care Services
Veterans Health Administration
Washington, DC

Assistant Director, Department of Medicine


Hartford Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut
Instructor in Psychiatry
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Annemiek Wolters, MD

PhD Candidate, Intensive Care


University Medical Center Utrecht
Utrecht, Netherlands

Mamata Yanamadala, MBBS, MS


Instructor in Medicine
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, North Carolina

Jirong Yue, MD

West China Hospital


Sichuan University
Chengdu, Sichuan, China

PROGRAM
Sunday May 31, 2015
7:00 5:00 Pre-Conference Registration

1:00 2:30 Session I

Pre-Conference Program AM
8:00 12:00 Foundations of Delirium

Delirium Prevention, Assessment and Management


at Hartford Hospital: A Pragmatic Clinical Trial and
Natural Experiment

Joseph Flaherty, MD
Sharon Gordon, PsyD
Joyce Parks, MSN, RN-BC, PMHCN-BC
James Rudolph, MD, MS

Pre-Conference Program PM
1:00 5:00 Delirium in the Hospitalized Patient

Robert Dicks, MD, FACP


Vanessa Gorospe, MD
Elizabeth Udeh, PharmD, BCPS
Christine Waszynski, RN, MSN, GNP-BC
Joel Wilken, DO

Jos Maldonado, MD, FAPM, FACFE


Yelizaveta Sher, MD

1:00 2:30 Session II

1:30 5:00 ICU Delirium: Exploring New Research and


Changing Practice

Blood-brain Barrier Breakdown: Evidence For a Common


Mechanism Linking Delirium and Cognitive Decline and
Implications for Diagnostic and Clinical Approaches

Michele Balas, PhD, RN, APRN-NP, CCRN


O. Joseph Bienvenu, MD, PhD
John Devlin, PharmD, FCCM, FCCP
Biren Kamdar, MD, MBA, MHS, MS
Dale Needham, FCA, MD, PhD
Pratik Pandharipande, MD, MSCI, FCCM

6:00 8:00 Welcome Reception


Conference Program
Monday, June 1, 2015
7:00 4:30 Registration
8:00 8:45 Welcome / Presidential Address / Conference Goals
Rakesh Arora, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS

8:45 9:40 Opening Plenary


The Role of Animal Models in Constructing a
Comprehensive Biology of Delirium and What
We Have Learned So Far
Colm Cunningham, MD

9:40 10:10 Refreshment Break


10:10 11:00 Keynote Speaker
Overcoming Confusion in Research into
Postoperative Delirium
Michael Avidan, MBBCh
11:00 12:00 Plenary
Delirium Research: A Year in Review
Noll Campbell, PharmD, BCPP
John Devlin, PharmD, FCCM, FCCP
Jin Ho Han, MD, MSc
Sapna Kudchadkar, MD
Elizabeth Udeh, PharmD, BCPS

12:00 1:00 Lunch

Eric Goldwaser, BS
Christopher Hughes, MD
Robert Nagele, PhD

2:30 3:00 Refreshment Break


3:00 4:30 Session III
Delirium is Deadly: Save Lives With a Standardized
Approach to Delirium
Clay Angel, MD
Kristen Brooks, MD

3:00 4:30 Session IV - Oral Presentations


A. Mitochondrial DNA Variation


and Delirium During Severe Sepsis

Timothy Girard, MD, MSCI

B. Anticholinergic Medication


and Transition to Delirium in Critically Ill Patients:
A Prospective Cohort Study

Annemiek Wolters, MD

C. Postoperative Delirium in Octogenarians After


Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation: Incidence, Risk
Factors, and Time Course

Leslie Eide, BN

D. Cortisol Levels in Delirium and Persistent Delirium


After Hip Fracture
Roanna Hall, BSc, MBChB, MRCP

E. The Effect of High Spinal Anesthesia on the Incidence


of Delirium Following Cardiac Surgery: A Historical
Case- Control Study

Andrea Petropolis, MD

F. Homocysteine, ICU Delirium and Cognitive Outcomes


Valerie Page, MD

G. Volume Transmission in the Pathophysiology of


Delirium

Adonis Sfera, MD

4:30 6:00 Poster Reception

PROGRAM, contd

2:00 3:30 Session IX - Oral Presentations

Tuesday June 2, 2015

A. Development of a Daily Delirium Risk Scorecard


for the Post-Cardiac Surgery Patient

7:30 5:00 Registration


8: 00 9:00 
Plenary
From the Hospital Bed to the Witness Stand: Delirium in
the Courtroom
Alberto Goldwaser, MD, DLFAPA

9:00 10:30 Session V - Future Directions for Clinical Practice and


Research
A. Intensive Care / Emergency Care Environments
Rakesh Arora, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS
Babar Khan, MD, MPH
Pratik Pandharipande, MD, MSCI, FCCM

B. Hospital Inpatient
Karin Neufeld, MD, MPH
James Rudolph, MD, MS

C. Disciplinary-Specific Concerns or Special Populations

Sharon Gordon, PsyD


Ann Kolanowski, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN
Joyce Parks, DNP, RN-BC, PMHCNS-BC

10:30 11:00 Refreshment Break


11:00 12:30 Session VI
The Role of Psychology in Implementation of a
Comprehensive Delirium Program: Education,
Identification, Management, and Rehabilitation
Sharon Gordon, PsyD
James Jackson, PsyD
Erin Patel, PsyD

11:00 12:30 Session VII


Educating a Delirium Workforce: Experience of the
Geriatric Education Centers
Patricia Burbank, DNSc, RN, FAAN
Clare Luz, PhD
Elyse Perweiler, MA, MPP, RN
Christine Roller, BSN, RN-BC
James Rudolph, MD, MS
Mamata Yanamadala, MBBS, MS

12:30 1:45 Lunch / Poster Session


1:45 2:00 Awards
2:00 3:30 Session VIII
An Update on Advances in Post- Operative Delirium
Prevention
Rakesh Arora, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS
Charles Hogue, MD
Karin Neufeld, MD, MPH
James Rudolph, MD, MS
Frederick Sieber, MD

Benjamin Arenson, BSc

B. A Data Mining Approach for Predicting Delirium


After Cardiac Surgery
Hani Mufti, MD, MHI

C. A Systematic Appraisal of Delirium Clinical


Practice Guidelines

Shirley Bush, MBBS , DRCOG, DCH, MRCGP, Dip Pall Med, FAChPM

D. A Perioperative Multidisciplinary Intervention to


Prevent Postoperative Delirium in Chinese Elderly
Patients: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Pilot Study

Jirong Yue, MD

E. Predicting Postoperative Delirium After Vascular


Surgical Procedures

Linda Visser, PhD

F. Pilot Study of Delirium Assessment in Advanced


Cancer Among Patients Presenting to the Emergency
Department of a Comprehensive Cancer Center

Ahmed Elsayem, MD

G. Multi-Modal Training to Enhance the Care of


Veterans with Delirium

Denise Kresevic, PhD, RN, APN-BC

3:30 5:00 Session X


Challenges to Delirium Diagnosis, Management,
and Related Outcomes in the Pediatric Population
D. Catherine Fuchs, MD
Sapna Kadchadkar, MD
Gabrielle Silver, MD
Heidi Smith, MD, MSCI, FAAP

3:30 5:00 Session XI



Safe Management of Behavioral Disorders
in Extended Care
Stewart Bond, PhD, RN, AOCN
Ann Kolanowski, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN
James Rudolph, MD, MS
Marianne Shaughnessy, PhD, CRNP

3:30 5:00 Session XII - Oral Presentations


A. The Cost of Delirium in the Intensive Care Unit: Costs
Attributable to Intensity of Care and Mortality

Eduard Vasilevskis, MD

B. PTSD Prevalence and Risk Factors Among Veteran and


Non-Veteran Survivors of Critical Illness

Mayur Patel, MD, MPH, FACS

C. Overlap of Cognitive, Physical and Mental Health


Impairments in the Post-Intensive Care Syndrome

Nathan Brummel, MD, MSCI

D. Unraveling Deliriums Heterogeneity: Arousal Subtypes


and their Impact on 6-month Mortality

E. Role of Surgery Requiring Anesthesia in Postoperative


Cognitive Impairment

Jin Ho Han, MD, MSc

Christopher Hughes, MD

F. A Prospective Cohort Study of Catatonia and Delirium


in Critically Ill ICU Patients

Jo Ellen Wilson, MD

5:00 Adjourn
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