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Delirium in the ED

Delirium in the ED

1 March 2022 | Virtual event | This event is RCEM accredited for CPD

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+ Event summary

Delirium is an acute confusional state caused by physical illness. It is a common reason for hospital admission, yet poorly diagnosed and managed. This event includes a range of speakers to give an expert guide to the assessment and management of delirium, including quality improvement approaches to enhance detection in the ED.

Learning Objectives:
• The importance of delirium detection in the ED
• How to assess and manage delirium in ED
• New models to provide care for patients with delirium in the community

Log-in instructions to join the live event will be sent to registered delegates the week of the event. Registered delegates will have access to content for 6 months after the live date.

+ Fees

RCEM Member: £101

RCEM Member nurses/students: £67

Non-member: £168

LMIC RCEM Member: £40

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student Member: £20

+ Who should attend?
  • Clinical/Research/Teaching Fellow
  • Consultant
  • FY1/2
  • Nurse
  • RMN
  • Mental Health Practitioners including graduate mental health workers
  • Paramedic
  • Physician Associate/Advanced Care Practitioner/Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Pharmacist
  • Specialty doctor/SAS Grade
  • ST1-3
  • ST4-7
  • Student
+ Programme

The programme is available to view online. 

+ Contact us

If you have any questions about this event, please get in touch with us by emailing events@rcem.ac.uk or calling 020 3931 0700.

+ Terms and conditions

Please read our terms and conditions in their entirety before making your booking.

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