World Delirium Awareness Day 2024: March 13, 2024
World Delirium Awareness Day is an annual event that is held on the second Wednesday of March to raise awareness about delirium and its impact on patients, families, and healthcare systems. The day is hosted by the international Federation of Delirium Societies, iDelirium. It is intended to bring attention to the importance of early recognition and intervention of delirium, and to raise awareness of the latest research, guidelines, and best practices in the field. To find about more about iDelirium and the next World Delirium Awareness Day visit www.deliriumday.com.
iDelirium Mission Statement
The impact of delirium affects cialis 10mg patients regardless of country. As a result, solutions to delirium require broad thinking and strong advocacy. iDelirium fills this role by coordinating the message of delirium across the world’s professional delirium societies.
We seek to:
Advocate for delirium with a unified voice
Build an understanding of the global economic implications of delirium
Collaborate to advance delirium science
Develop international programming for delirium
Educate patients, caregivers, professionals, and policy makers about delirium
Mitigate the effects of delirium on the lives and independence of patients, families, and healthcare professionals.
World Delirium Awareness Day
Use the term ‘delirium’
Screen your patients for delirium
Start the conversation with leadership in a discussion of delirium
Hear patient and family stories about delirium
iDelirium was founded by Jim Rudolph, Gideon Caplan, Rakesh Arora, and Alasdair MacLullich.
The core team members of the iDelirium team are Christopher Gabor (Chair), Heidi Lindroth, Peter Nydahl, Mani Krishnan, Mark Hudson, Alasdair MacLullich, Gideon Caplan, Rakesh Arora, Jim Rudolph, Annie Hepworth, Roberta Castro, Karla Krewulak, and Tru Brynes.
The iDelirium team has representatives from all major delirium societies across the globe including the American Delirium Society, European Delirium Association, Australian Delirium Association, and the Latin American Special Interest Group.
If you are interested in being involved or have any questions for the team email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you at risk for delirium?
If you belong to one of the following groups you are at risk of developing delirium and should know the signs and necessary preventative measures.
There are no medications approved for the treatment of delirium.
Clinicians treat delirium by identifying and treating the underlying causes.