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July 2020 NIDUS News Blast
Network for Investigation of Delirium: Unifying Scientists
 
2020 Virtual Boot Camp: October 28 – October 29

The 8th Annual NIDUS Delirium Boot Camp will be held virtually this year on Wednesday, October 28 and Thursday, October 29. We're extending the deadline to apply to attend until July 17. Please see our website for the application and for more information on Boot Camp: 

https://deliriumnetwork.org/career-development/boot-camp-application/


Led by Wes Ely, MD, MPH, and Donna Fick, PhD, RN, with presentations by leaders in the field, including Sharon Inouye, MD, MPH, and Dale Needham, MD, PhD, Boot Camp offers a mock grant review, in-depth training on use of the CAM, and other didactic sessions on topics relevant to delirium research.

About Delirium Boot Camp Attendees

Boot Camp is open to researchers from a variety of backgrounds and research areas, however, the application process is selective due to the limited number of spots available each year. 85 investigators have attended previous Boot Camps. 90 percent of attendees report their delirium research programs are ongoing. Boot Campers have collectively submitted 30 NIH grants, 13 of which have been awarded. 

Application Criteria 


Boot Camp is intended for persons with previous research training and experience who plan to continue research in delirium. Faculty and research fellows who meet the following criteria are eligible to attend:
  • Previous training in the fundamentals of clinical research
  • At least 1-2 years of previous research experience
  • Hold an MD, PhD, or other doctoral level degree (may consider strong advanced predoctoral candidates in this area)
  • Interest and passion for delirium research
  • Must have 50% protected time for research
  • Once accepted, willingness to devote 8-10 hours of advance preparation time for the Bootcamp (beyond preparing the application and proposal)

Please contact esz3@psu.edu with any questions about your eligibility or this application in general. There is no fee to attend the Boot Camp.

Applications are due July 17, 2020 by 5:00pm ET.

Join Dr. Sharon Inouye & NIDUS for a July 8 Webinar on "Getting Writing Done" 

As part of our 2020 webinar series on Disseminating Delirium Research, Sharon Inouye, MD, MPH, will share her top strategies for getting writing done and publishing delirium research! No preregistration necessary.

Join us at 12 pm EST on July 8 at:  
https://psu.zoom.us/j/898303397

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NIDUS is a collaborative research network dedicated to spurring innovation and new advances in delirium research through development of new research and measurement resources, training opportunities, pilot funding and dissemination of information. It is funded through an award from the National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging (grant no. R24AG054259).
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