March 8, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Keri McDermott, BA

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This webinar will review the definition, prevalence, incidence and risk factors for delirium. We will discuss the diagnosis, treatment and strategies to prevent delirium. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the impact of delirium on patients/residents, specifically falls and hospital readmissions.

Target Audience:

All care staff in hospitals, nursing homes and home healthcare.


Stephanie E. Rogers, MD
Assistant professor of medicine, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Division of Geriatrics

Stephanie E. Rogers, MD, is the physician lead on the UCSF-wide Delirium Reduction Campaign, which is transforming the way the hospital assesses risk and prevents and treats delirium in the inpatient setting. She is working with the Office of Population Health, the Division of Hospital Medicine and the Department of Orthopedics to develop an orthopedic bundled-payment co-management service. Dr. Rogers has implemented an e-consult program for the Division of Geriatrics and is currently implementing telemedicine capabilities for homebound patients in the UCSF Geriatric Housecalls practice.

Continuing Education:

This program was approved for 1.5 nursing CEU by the Nevada Board of Nursing


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