Friday, 1 September 2017

Older People in Acute Care Improvement Programme Delirium Video Links


                                     



Older People in Acute Care Improvement Programme
Delirium Video Links

The Older People’s Acute Care team has created a series of 3 videos to complement existing work on delirium careThe videos could be used in a variety of ways to continue to raise awareness of the importance of listening to family membersand to further engage a range of partners. The videos highlight three individual stories told by women of their mothers experience of delirium. Links to these stories are below:

Delirium: a daughter's perspective

Lynne’s Story (1:49)

Adrienne’s Story (2:31)

Sandra’s Story (2:28)

In addition key messages from all three stories are reflected in separate brief video clips focused on First Signs, Causes, Experiencing Delirium and Help & Reassurance.

These shorter segments could be used for teaching sessions, to generate discussion as part of presentations and at conferences and exhibitions to match the needs of individual audiences. Links to these videos are below:

First Signs of Delirium


Causes of Delirium


Experiencing Delirium


Help and Reassurance


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