Patient Experience of Delirium- Teaching Video from EDA [European Delirium Association].

This 5 minute video is a self-reflection and true story of a patient who had and recovered from delirium after surgery. The video clip highlights the distressing nature of delirium and the importance of quality nursing care needed to prevent the complications.


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Geriatrics: Dementia Delirium and Depression

In this 48-minute video, Dr. James Bourgeois, professor of Clinical Psychiatry at UC Davis, explores delirium, dementia, and depression in the elderly and discusses the work up and management of elderly persons presenting with these mental disorders. This program is certified for CME by UC Davis Office of CME. Series: UC Grand Rounds Series [9/2008] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 14873] time :48:34.


Delirium in the Elderly: Family Guide

3-part video that explains the definition of delirium for family and home care personnel. Has a companion video for health care professionals. Here is a summary from the Health Authority's website: This 27-minute companion DVD follows the experience of two families when a loved one develops delirium. It includes information and advice from health care professionals and medical experts. A family's ability to recognize delirium can be of life-saving importance.

CAM-ICU Assessment Demonstration Videos

This is a collection of 3 videos that demonstrate administration of the the CAM-ICU that were reviewed by the Duke Geriatric Education Center faculty. The videos each last between 3 1/2 minutes and 5 1/2 minutes. Two of the three videos use simulated patients, and the third (Vanderbilt ICU Delirium site) uses real patients. Each video is filmed in an ICU setting, and each has realistic sounding background noise from the ICU. The first video (Page) does a good job of explaning how to use the findings from the demonstration to rate the exam.