Tag Archives: Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) System of Care to Prevent Delirium

Hospital Delirium Prevention Programmes and Patient Safety Strategies: Systematic Review (Annals of Internal Medicine)

Summary Delirium in hospitalised patients is a common problem (estimated rates of delirium ranging from 14% to 56%) which increases the risks of patient morbidity and mortality. This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness and safety of in-house multi-component delirium prevention programmes. … Continue reading

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An investigation of the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) System of Care to Prevent Delirium

Research Conducted at the Academic Unit of Elderly Care and Rehabilitation The prime focus at the Bradford Institute for Health Research is on clinically relevant health services research directly addressing the national priorities of elderly care and stroke. One such … Continue reading

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