Date & Time
Monday, December 12th, 2022, at 11:00 EST
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Year in Review Coordination
Coordinator: C. Adrian Austin
Hosts: Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program at Johns Hopkins (Jane Marks) and Tullyvision (Michelle Powell)
Joint Provider: Sutter Health (Kerri Maya)
Members of the ADS Research Committee each nominated up to 6 studies they considered to be the best delirium research published during the 2021–2022 academic year, which was operationalized as articles having a DOI assigned from 9/1/21 through 7/31/22. The nominated studies were divided into three categories. Each ADS Research Committee member was then assigned to one of the three categories, and they reviewed the studies in their assigned category for methodological rigor and impact using the scoring rubrics below. The studies below received the highest average ratings and will be presented at the 2022 ADS Year in Review Webinar.
Scientific rigor: Is the methodology sound?
0 = Major design or bias concerns that undermine the validity of results
2 = Major design or bias concerns that cast serious doubt on the validity of results
4 = One or two major or multiple minor design or bias concerns that cast considerable doubt on the validity of results
6 = No major concerns but multiple minor design or bias concerns that cast some doubt the validity of results
8 = A few minor design or bias concerns that introduce no more than limited questions regarding the validity of results
10 = Methodologically sound without design or bias concerns
Overall impact & importance: Does this study matter?
0 = Ignore it. No relevance or addition to field
2 = Extremely limited value. Only a niche group might find useful
4 = Some limited value. May be worthwhile to share with others, explore further
6 = Suggestive results. Warrants further discussion and/or study
8 = Promising results. Places new perspectives into translational or application cycle of research
10 = Conclusive. I will implement into my practice and share with a larger audience
Medical Intervention RCTs
Presenter: Kendall Smith
Non-medical Intervention RCTs
Presenter: Benjamin Chapin
Delirium detection / Basic Science
Presenter: Shih-Yin Lin