Essentials of Delirium

Everything You Really Need to Know for Working in Delirium Care

Detailed knowledge and specific awareness of delirium is crucial in elderly care, due in part to the overlap with delirium and dementia. This introductory reference guide can be used by professionals and students to expand their understanding and skills in delirium care to better respond to the needs of people under their care. There are also detailed chapters on quality improvement and educational initiatives which will be of great help to the delirium workforce in delivering improved care.

Setting out clear and accessible learning objectives, Rahman provides the essential information needed to improve care for those with delirium. Showing how to identify and correctly diagnose delirium, this book addresses different aspects of care including the management of delirium and the various interventions available, as well as ethics and safeguarding. It will also empower patients and carers to better understand delirium, and engage in the discourse of their care. As a widespread yet underrepresented issue, this book is a vital and much-needed resource.

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Press reviews for: Essentials of Delirium

From the foreword, Prof. Sharon K. Inouye, MD, MPH, Harvard

In healthcare, since knowledge is our main weapon, this book will serve valiantly in our fight against delirium.

From the foreword, Prof. Alasdair MacLullich, Edinburgh,

Essentials of Delirium should become a go-to text for frontline healthcare workers, policy-makers and others who seek a readable, clear and practice-orientated account of delirium.

From the afterword, Dr Amit Arora, Stoke

One of the golden tests of any medical book is 'Will it change your practice?' This book certainly can do this.

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