Harvard Health Letter

British recommendations for prevention of delirium

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Guidance (NICE) in Britain creates medical practice guidelines for the country’s National Health Service. Last year, the institute released delirium guidelines. Administrators, doctors, and other clinicians are the intended audience, but friends and family members might also find the NICE suggestions for preventing delirium useful. We’ve made a few minor edits for clarity.
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