Australasian Delirium Association
The Australasian Delirium Association was formed by health professionals from multidisciplinary backgrounds who recognised the need to bring together scientific evidence to improve clinical practice around delirium across a diverse range of specialties.
ADA reflects on
World Delirium Day
15th March 2017
The inaugural World Delirium Day aims to raise delirium awareness and inspire positive action among health professionals and the community in general.
By increased awareness of delirium we will help to improve rates of diagnosis and thus improve access to treatment. This will also help people with delirium and their families have better information.
Three steps to being aware on March 15, 2017:
Individually: Increase your delirium knowledge
Locally: Fly the flag in your local healthcare environment and get people thinking and talking about delirium.
Globally: Connect with other delirium knowledge champions on the iDelirium web and social media sites.
Some WDD Day activities:
Robert Welschinger, Gideon Caplan Jarrett Pereira and Janine Masso sharing delirium information on WDD in Sydney
Mary Britton and colleague celebrating Melbourne WDD
Melbourne colleagues sharing delirium awareness on WDD
WDD Caped Delirium Crusaders
New Delirium Education website
launched on WDD
See the link below for UTS Newsroom
Join the campaign
From 28th January 2016
Commit to caring for cognitive impairment
Congratulations to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare on the launch of the Australian Delirium Clinical Care Standards on the 15th July 2016
The Standards are available via the link below.
The Dementia Care, Competency and Training Network is an interactive website that delivers online dementia training as well as providing ongoing resources, research updates and support to clinicians working in rural and remote locations.
Please use the link below: