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Presenter: Dr Carmen Johnson MD CFPC FCFPC CAC Palliative Medicine FASAM ABFP

New research has improved new insights into the pathophysiology of neurotransmitter derangement in the delirious brain.  Hear how these derangements contribute to the morbidity and mortality of delirium.  Patient and caregiver experiences are also discussed. Learning objectives: Explore new insights in the delirium experience Examine Neurotransmitter derangement in the delirious brain Identify clinical screening questions…

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Presenter(s):

Dr Carmen Johnson MD CFPC FCFPC CAC Palliative Medicine FASAM ABFP

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Presenter(s):

  • Dr Carmen Johnson MD CFPC FCFPC CAC Palliative Medicine FASAM ABFP

Spearkers do not have any conflicts of interest to declare.