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Saturday, October 13 • 9:00am - 10:00am
The Role of Occupational Therapy in Delirium Prevention & Management in Critical Care

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Delirium is pervasive within critical care and acute care settings, with research suggesting the incidence of delirium can be as high as 60-80% of ventilated patients. The purpose of this presentation is to educate occupational therapy (OT) practitioners on the profound impact delirium has on patient function, psychological well-being, and long term functional outcomes, while illustrating the unique value OT has in delirium prevention and management.  

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Meghan Morrow

OTR/L, UCHealth
Meghan Morrow is a Senior Occupational Therapist currently in her 13th year of practice. She started her career working at RIC specializing in stroke rehabilitation and coordinating various research projects in RIC’s Robotic Lab. Meghan joined University of Colorado Hospital in... Read More →
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Lyndsay Laxton, OT

OTR/L, University of Colorado Hospital
Lyndsay Laxton is a Senior Occupational Therapist currently in her 5th year at University of Colorado Hospital. Her clinical experience at UCH spans multiple units, including Neurosciences, Medical ICU, and Surgical-Trauma ICU. Her clinical and research interests include ICU rehabilitation... Read More →

Saturday October 13, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am PDT
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