Apr 18

Delirium in the Geriatric ED: Processes and Possibilities

Monday, April 18
3:00 - 4:00 PM EST
Zoom Webinar

This webinar has completed and is now available on-demand. Please see below for webinar recording and supporting materials.

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Event Details


  1. To consider challenges and pitfalls in ED management of delirium – and how we can do better.
  2. To introduce listeners to three principal screening tools for delirium in the ED – the 4AT and the DTS/bCAM and the CAM.
  3. To hear first-person stories about ED’s with delirium assessment pathways.
  4. To review an important resource in implementing delirium processes in any ED – the ED-DEL.

Expert Panel

Debra Eagles, BSc (PT), MD, MSc
Emergency Physician,
Associate Professor,
University of Ottawa

Jin Han, MD, MSc
Emergency Physician,
Associate Professor,
Vanderbilt University,
Tennessee Valley Geriatric Research,
Education, and Clinical Center

Atul Anand, MD, PhD
Lecturer, Clinical Research Fellow,
University of Edinburgh

Michelle Moccia, RN, DNP, ANP-BC, CCRN, GS-C
Program Director, Senior ER,
St. Mary Mercy Hospital, Livonia, Michigan


Moderated By

Don Melady


Dr. Don Melady is an emergency physician at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Canada and a founding member of the Geriatric Emergency Department Collaborative. He is the author of the website www.geri-EM.com – a CME accredited program for geriatric emergency medicine education – and the chair of the Geriatric EM committee of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine.

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