American Delirium Society
2020 Annual Meeting - #ADS20Indy

June 14-16, 2020 | The Westin Indianapolis
10th Annual Meeting

Program Co-Chairs:
Babar Khan, MD, MS
Noll Campbell, PharmD, MS

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Welcome

Welcome to Indianapolis, Indiana, for the 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Delirium Society (ADS)! We are pleased to offer a 3-day meeting experience, which is expected to draw more than 400 investigators, educators and clinicians from all spectrums of healthcare. #ADS20Indy is truly the destination for professionals dedicated to improving delirium care at every level of their career.

The ADS 2020 meeting focuses on learning and networking with a diverse group of attendees across many disciplines and countries – each and every one striving to improve delirium care across all healthcare settings.

The Annual Meeting is expected to be larger than ever with more than 35 symposia, workshops and roundtables, 9 oral sessions, a large poster session and a robust all-day pre-conference. There will be over 100 internationally recognized invited faculty who will deliver cutting edge clinical and research presentations encompassing all aspects of delirium care. We are proud to say that at ADS 2020 there will be something for everyone!

Don’t miss the following important events:

Finally, we wish to acknowledge the hard work and outstanding efforts of Meeting Program Committee.

We welcome you to ADS 2020 and hope you take advantage of all Indianapolis has to offer.

Babar Khan, MD, MS
2020 Program Co-Chair
President, American Delirium Society

Noll Campbell, PharmD, MS
2020 Program Co-Chair
Treasurer, American Delirium Society

Outdoor Concert at The Rathskeller (optional)

Outdoor Concert with Live Band Touch of Grass | Monday, June 15 | The Rathskeller
On Monday, June 15 from 7-9pm, the ADS has secured space in the Biergarten at The Rathskeller for an outdoor concert with food, drinks and live band, Touch of Grass! Set in the historic, 19th century Athenaeum Building downtown, The Rathskeller is reminiscent of both a quaint inn tucked in the Bavarian hills and a lively beer hall in Munich. Dress appropriately, weather permitting we will be outside.

This is an optional event and is an additional fee of $40 per person. See registration form to purchase ticket(s).

ADS Fun Run & Apparel

ADS Fun Run | Monday, June 15 | 6am
On Monday, June 15 at 6am, the ADS is offering a morning ADS Fun Run walk/run. See registration form to reserve your spot. 

Also new this year, ADS is offering apparel options - sweat-wicking t-shirt and polo! Available in sizes XS-XXXL. Additional fees apply. See registration form to purchase your apparel. Deadline to order apparel is May 1.

2020 Hotel Information - The Westin Indianapolis

Room Block at The Westin Hotel, Indianapolis | $169/night + tax
The ADS has reserved a block of rooms at the discounted rate of $169/night at The Westin Hotel, located at 241 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN. The block is limited, so reserve your room early by clicking here or by calling 800-228-3000. The deadline to book your hotel reservation is May 22, or until the room block is full. After this deadline, ADS cannot guarantee room availability under the block.

  • A dynamic, full day, pre-conference at Regenstrief Institute; through interactive didactic sessions, delirium assessment simulation training and small group breakouts this intense curriculum will provide you with the skills to make important practice changes at your institution.
  • Plenaries from internationally recognized translational, clinical and policy experts.
  • Workshops and roundtables focused on practice improvement, education, research design/biostatistics, NIH funding and translational research.
  • Symposia focused on imaging, biomarkers, artificial intelligence, core measures, ICU practice change, sleep, palliative care, pediatrics and post-operative delirium prevention.
  • Engagement with our industry partners.
  • The NIDUS investigators will provide an update on their efforts to boost research infrastructure and training.
  • Presentations of more than 40 oral abstracts moderated by senior investigators in the field.
  • A poster session moderated by experts in the field.
  • Breakfast sessions for new investigators and special interest groups.
  • A Monday night social event with live music.