Australasian Delirium Association

DECLARED 2018 Wrap up

The Melbourne Sub-Committee would like to sincerely thank all of the invited speakers, all the researchers, clinicians, and the whole delirium community for warmly supporting our conference in 2018.

The feedback received was overwhelmingly positive - we hope to see you at the next one in 2020!





Prof. Alasdair MacLullich 

was awarded

ADA Deliriumologist of the Year 

for 2018 Melbourne DECLARED Conference


Winners of Oral and Poster Presentations

Best Platform Presentation by Nurse or Allied Health Professional

worth $1000 and free registration to DECLARED 2020 conference

Co-sponsored by University of Technology Sydney and ADA

Jessica Tuck ‘Family caregiver intervention improves outcomes for patients with delirium’

Best Platform Presentation Prize

worth $500 and free registration to DECLARED 2020 conference

Sponsored by ADA

Anita Nitchingham ‘Assessment of cerebral glucose metabolism using FDG-PET in elderly patients with delirium versus cognitively intact acutely ill controls’

Novel Delirium Research Demonstrating Improved Patient Care

Two prizes worth $500 each

Sponsored by Rotary Club of Eltham Victoria

Gizat M. Kassie



Annmarie Hosie


'Multicomponent interventions reduce high risk medication use in hopsitalised older adults'



'A phase II cluster randomised controlled trial of a multi-component non-pharmacological intervention to prevent delirium for in-patients with advanced cancer (The PRESERVE pilot study)'

Best Poster

Free registration at DECLARED 2020 conference

Sponsored by ADA

Melanie Haley 'Delirium Management - Let's get physical'

Also, well done to all the other abstract presenters who brought along their research and either presented on the platform or had posters on display, your efforts and enthusiasm for delirium research is greatly encouraged and the committee recognizes each and every contribution.


DECLARED 2018 Submitted Abstracts

** Area under construction **

The abstracts are listed by the surname of the author, followed by the title.

31 Oral Presentataions:  OP1 - OP31

20 Poster Presentations:  PP1 - PP20 


Pre-Conference Workshop

Delirium 101 - The Essentials

Wednesday 5th September 2018 @1300 - 1700


This was a practical workshop on Wednesday afternoon. It was a rich and valuable learning experience.

The Workshop speakers are “giants” in the world of delirium knowledge and experience and include James Rudolf, Babar Ali Khan, Noll Campbell, Pratik Pandharipandhe and Rakesh Arora.  

Pre-Conference Workshop speakers' bios


  




Leading Delirium Research and Education

Conference Program 2018

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Congratulations to the Melbourne organising Committee for a very successful 

ADA DECLARED 2018 Conference 


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