Australasian Delirium Association
The Australasian Delirium Association was formed by health professionals from multidisciplinary backgrounds who recognised the need to bring together scientific evidence to improve clinical practice around delirium across a diverse range of specialties. Login/Join
2020 Virtual Delirium Boot Camp
Wednesday October 28 - Thursday October 29, 2020
deadline to apply to attend extended until July 17
Delirium Boot Camp is an intensive workshop on all aspects of delirium research, from study design and methodology to updates on current research in the field, to a practice grant review session.
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DECLARED 2020 postponed to September 2021
Due to the global pandemic and continuing restrictions on travel and gatherings, we have decided to postpone the Australasian Delirium Association's biennial conference. Regretfully this at a time when it has never been so clear how important and challenging it is to recognise, prevent and manage this common and devastating complication in older and critically ill patients.
So now we look forward to welcoming our delirium community to the DECLARED conference in sunny Brisbane, 8-10 September 2021 in our world class Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre. The conference committee remain committed to delivering an engaging, multidisciplinary program exploring “Delirium: Past, Present and Future”, and sharing the latest advances in delirium research, care and education from Australia and the world.
We greatly value the enthusiasm already demonstrated by our many speakers, registrants and abstract submitters, and look forward to your participation in 2021. Please stay in touch with our conference plans through our website www.declared2020.com and social media #declared2020.
Andrew Teodorczuk Chair, DECLARED 2020 Organising Committee
Gideon Caplan, President, Australasian Delirium Association
Recent media and resources
Cognitive impairment and COVID-19
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality of Health Care has developed new resources to support health service organisations to provide safe care for people with cognitive impairment during COVID-19.
Economic impact of delirium in Australia:
A cost of illness study