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2022 ADS Abstract Submission Form

Submission Information

American Delirium Society - Annual Meeting Abstract Submission Guidelines

Please see submission guidelines below: (One abstract per form)
 
  • Abstract results must not have been published previously in a peer-reviewed publication.
  • Abstracts are peer-reviewed according to the following criteria: originality, quality, clarity of message and significance of results.
  • Must be submitted using the online submission form.
  • Abstracts should be brief, typically less than 600 words
  • Presenting authors are required to register for the conference.

SAMPLE:

Abstract Title: Text Should be Title Case (only using capital letters for principal words)
Presenting Author: First and Last Name, Degree(s), Affiliation
Co-Authors: First and Last Name, Degree(s), Affiliation (repeat as needed)

Abstract Sections Should be Organized via the Following Headings:
(Note, please do not include information that identifies author(s) or affiliation(s) in the body/freehand text portion of your abstract submission)
 
  • OBJECTIVE(s) – The hypothesis tested or purpose of the study.
  • METHODS – Details of the study design/protocol.
  • RESULTS – Results of the study with appropriate statistical inferences.
  • CONCLUSIONS – Clinical importance and potential significance of findings.

Questions? Contact the ADS Office at 301.718.6505 or info@americandeliriumsociety.org.
 
Examples of Suggested Topics:

Methods
  • Statistics
  • Core outcomes
  • Big data
  • Measures (e.g., severity, tools)
Basic/Clinical science
  • Animal models
  • Radiography/EEG
  • Biomarkers
  • Genetics
  • Prediction models
Translational science
  • Implementation science
  • Quality Improvement projects (e.g., real-world projects)
Settings
  • Acute care setting (med/surg, ED)
  • Intensive care
  • Perioperative
  • Palliative care
  • Pediatrics
  • Skilled Nursing Facility (post acute or long term care)
  • Community
Populations
  • Neurology (e.g., TBI, stroke)
  • Delirium and acute brain injury
  • Delirium and dementia
  • Delirium and mental illness
  • Family members
  • Social equity and diversity
  • COVID
  • Chronic disease (Cancer, HIV)
  • Professional care givers
Interventions
  • Pharmacologic
  • Nonpharmacologic
  • Multicomponent bundles
  • Family engagement
  • Multidisciplinary
  • Acute vs Long-term
  • Technology
1. Type of abstract
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