Andrews publishes paper on ICU delirium in American Journal of Critical Care

July 16, 2020

Patricia S. Andrews, M.D., Assistant Professor of Geriatric Psychiatry within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, recently published an article titled "Relationship Between Intensive Care Unit Delirium Severity and 2-Year Mortality and Health Care Utilization" for the American Journal of Critical Care.  Click here to read the article.

Wilson paper on catatonia published in Psychiatric Times

April 4, 2017

Jo Ellen Wilson, M.D., MPH, Instructor in Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, was recently published in Psychiatric Times with an article she co-wrote titled "Update on Medical Catatonia: Highlight on Delirium." Catatonia is a distinct and heterogeneous neuropsychiatric syndrome, with both motoric and behavioral signs. It was formerly relegated to a schizophrenia subtype, or considered extinct after the advent of modern psychopharmacology.

Fuchs, others develop Preschool Confusion Assessment Method for ICU

December 16, 2015

D. Catherine Fuchs, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, was among a team of researchers who developed "The Preschool Confusion Assessment Method for the ICU: Valid and Reliable Delirium Monitoring for Critically Ill Infants and Children." The paper will be published in the journal Critical Care Medicine and is available to review online ahead of print.