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In my opinion, the images shown below of suggested pocket cards for prevention and management of delirium and for monitoring and avoiding potentially harmful drugs in older adults are top-notch.Don’t just let them gather lint; take them out and look at them at least once a day to remind yourselves of your commitment to […] New Criteria Identify Commonly Prescribed Drugs That are Potentially Risky for Older Adults – Business – Press Releases – (press release) So I’ve been wondering why the posts about the 2012 updated Beers Criteria for potentially inappropriate drugs in older adults have been so popular lately on this site. Please see short […] Tagged With: Beers Criteria for medications to avoid in the elderly, Beers Criteria; American Geriatric Society Update of the Beers Criteria for Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults, postaday2011"Relegating this work entirely to specialists is futile for it is doubtful whether there will ever be a sufficient number of psychiatrists to respond to all the requests for consultations.

Blog Post […] Tagged With: Beers Criteria for medications to avoid in the elderly, Beers Criteria; American Geriatric Society Update of the Beers Criteria for Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults, medical student education, medical students, postaday2011, teaching and learning ANNOUNCEMENT: The American Geriatric Society (AGS) Updated 2011 Beers Criteria for Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults will take public comments on the draft until p.m. Henry, MD, 1929 Here’s another excellent CPCP by a pair of medical students, Paul Meirick, who’s interested in internal medicine and Pablo Kollmar, who’s interested in anesthesia.

They both matched in their chosen residency programs so, congratulations!

they also contributed the Epic Delirium Order Set slide for the screensaver post, the one with the 4-armed character.

They worked […] Here’s a great review of Factitious Disorder presented today by Family Medicine resident Dr. It’s a poorly understood form of simulated illness which is distinct from somatic symptom disorders and malingering (an accusation, not a diagnosis) in which the patient deliberately feigns illness and lies to health care professionals about the origin […] Wow; the residents and medical students gave the Geezer a special treat yesterday–three (not one; not two) special Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) presentations!

They included one about catatonia (see below), another about mood disorders and traumatic brain injury taken from a recent review article, and one about psychiatric aspects of carcinoid tumors.

Our […] I thought it would be interesting to offer part of a sample quick introduction to a psychiatry consultation (C-L) service.

The one offered as an example here fits a small, lean, fast, hit-and-run service like ours.The Code Green service is how we protect patients and others in situations when personal safety might be compromised due […] Hospitals Must First Hurt to Heal – I saw an interesting item in AMA Morning Rounds about how Medicare reimbursements and bonuses are going to be keyed to patient satisfaction surveys.The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) developed the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey and by October of 2012, […] I think it’s a shame that Psychiatric Times makes you register for access to the contents of this paper which has broad appeal to a much wider audience than just gray-headed geezer psychiatrists like me.It may not be open access, but at least registration is free, I enjoyed the January 2013 issue, even […] Recently I announced that I’m now posting on Facebook and Linked In.Physicians, especially psychiatrists, need to mind their boundaries on social media sites.I pledge never to “friend” or “like” or whatever the lingo is for what I consider boundary crossings with former and current patients and families of patients.