"Hypoactive and hypometabolic! The hype of PET scans in delirium" on Thursday, 07 July at 10:00 CET

The European Delirium Association is inviting you to attend a webinar on
"Hypoactive and hypometabolic! The hype of PET scans in delirium" on Thursday, 07 July at 10:00 CET / that's next week!
PET is clearly a non-everyday diagnostic tool, but just as clearly: it might be uncovering something that goes to the heart of what we believe delirium may be...

The topic will be presented by Anita Nitchingham (Department of Geriatric Medicine, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia) - the author of a very recent paper on the topic: see here - and moderated by experts in the field:
  • Gideon Caplan (Sydney, Australia)
  • Nelleke Tolboom (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and
  • Tarek Sharshar (Paris, France)
The following link will lead you to the webinar page / the channel will be open as of 09:45 CET:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81264180766?pwd=bjIvQlliRFlTaUVtWXZIYy9BQUNmdz09
This webinar uses Zoom as its platform - the client installation should proceed quasi-automatically (albeit most will have it installed...).

Please feel free to forward this message to interested colleagues.
 
Sincerely, on behalf of the Executive Committee,
 
Arjen Slooter
President, European Delirium Association