Marianne N. Klugheit, MD, trained in psychiatry at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa. Her early career focused on community psychiatry treating patients with serious mental illness. Dr. Klugheit became board-certified in geriatric psychiatry in 1995. She is a distinguished Life Fellow of American Psychological Association, member of American College of Psychiatry, and program director of the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship at University of Arizona School of Medicine. Her areas of greatest interest are delirium and the dementias. She is currently the medical director of Inpatient Geropsychiatry Unit, director of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry and chair of the Dementia Committee at Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS).
- Understand delirium syndrome as well as differences and similarities to encephalopathy.
- Understand why delirium is a situation of relevance to psychiatry.
- Learn best practices in preventing, treating and recognizing delirium.
- Learn about new issues that have arisen in the COVID-19 era.
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