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  1. The Greek version of the McMaster Family Assessment Device
  2. Motor Disturbances in Elderly Medical Inpatients and Their Relationship to Delirium
  3. Variability of Delirium Motor Subtype Scale-Defined Delirium Motor Subtypes in Elderly Adults with Hip Fracture: A Longitudinal Study
  4. Five short screening tests in the detection of prevalent delirium: diagnostic accuracy and performance in different neurocognitive subgroups
  5. Evaluating attention in delirium: A comparison of bedside tests of attention
  6. A comparison of delirium diagnosis in elderly medical inpatients using the CAM, DRS-R98, DSM-IV and DSM-5 criteria
  7. Defining 'recovery' for delirium research: a systematic review
  8. Phenomenological and biological correlates of improved cognitive function in hospitalized elderly medical inpatients
  9. Concordance between DSM-IV and DSM-5 criteria for delirium diagnosis in a pooled database of 768 prospectively evaluated patients using the delirium rating scale-revised-98
  10. Ethical Challenges and Solutions Regarding Delirium Studies in Palliative Care
  11. An Analytical Framework for Delirium Research in Palliative Care Settings: Integrated Epidemiologic, Clinician-Researcher, and Knowledge User Perspectives
  12. A comparison of the revised Delirium Rating Scale (DRS–R98) and the Memorial Delirium Assessment Scale (MDAS) in a palliative care cohort with DSM–IV delirium
  13. Diagnostic and treatment practices of delirium in a general hospital
  14. Development of an abbreviated version of the Delirium Motor Subtyping Scale (DMSS-4)
  15. Validation and psychometric properties of the Delirium Motor Subtype Scale in elderly hip fracture patients (Dutch version)
  16. EPA-1801 – Diagnosis, management and referrals to old age liaison psychiatry of delirium in a general hospital
  17. EPA-1796 – Correlates of cognitive recovery in older medical inpatients
  18. EPA-1795 - Phenomenology of delirium: awareness VS. consciousness or DSM-5 VS DSM-IV
  19. A longitudinal study of delirium phenomenology indicates widespread neural dysfunction
  20. Delirium: A disturbance of circadian integrity?
  21. Reliability of delirium rating scale (DRS) and delirium rating scale-revised-98 (DRS-R98) using variance-based multivariate modelling
  22. Delirium motor subtypes in elderly hip fracture patients: Risk factors, outcomes and longitudinal stability
  23. Validation of the Greek version of the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Elderly People (HoNOS65+, version 3)
  24. Predicting Delirium Duration in Elderly Hip-Surgery Patients: Does Early Symptom Profile Matter?
  25. Validity and Reliability of the Greek Version of Brown's Locus of Control Scale (BLOCS)
  26. Validation of the Greek version of confusion assessment method for the intensive care unit (CAM-ICU)
  27. Affective functioning after delirium in elderly hip fracture patients
  28. A longitudinal study of motor subtypes in delirium: Frequency and stability during episodes
  29. P-1035 - Long-term psychological effects of a wildfire disaster in Greece
  30. P-581 - Quality of life after a wildfire disaster in a rural area of Greece
  31. A longitudinal study of motor subtypes in delirium: Relationship with other phenomenology, etiology, medication exposure and prognosis
  32. Features of subsyndromal and persistent delirium
  33. Cytokines in the Elderly
  34. Delirium and the functional recovery of older medical inpatients after acute illness: The significance of biological factors
  35. The impact of wildfires on mental health of residents in a rural area of Greece. A case control population based study
  36. Translation and standardization of the HoNOSCA (Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents) scale in a Greek sample
  37. Anger and hostility in the aftermath of a wildfire disaster in Greece
  38. Insulin-Like Growth Factor I and the Pathogenesis of Delirium: A Review of Current Evidence
  39. Delirium scales: A review of current evidence
  40. The association of the dopamine transporter gene and the dopamine receptor 2 gene with delirium, a meta-analysis
  41. Palliative and end of life care of dementia at home is feasible and rewarding
  42. Ethical Research in Delirium: Arguments for Including Decisionally Incapacitated Subjects
  43. The genetics of deliria
  44. Statistical methods for analysing longitudinal data in delirium studies
  45. Cytokines and IGF-I in delirious and non-delirious acutely ill older medical inpatients
  46. Reply
  47. A brief review of the history of delirium as a mental disorder
  48. Associations of delirium with in-hospital and in 6-months mortality in elderly medical inpatients
  49. C-reactive protein levels predict the incidence of delirium and recovery from it
  50. APOE and cytokines as biological markers for recovery of prevalent delirium in elderly medical inpatients
  51. Recovery and outcome of delirium in elderly medical inpatients
  52. Dysgraphia in elderly delirious medical inpatients
  53. The Performance of the Clock Drawing Test in Elderly Medical Inpatients: Does It Have Utility in the Identification of Delirium?
  54. Capacity, consent, and selection bias in a study of delirium
  55. The utility of EEG in dementia: a clinical perspective
  56. Concurrent validity of two instruments (the Confusion Assessment Method and the Delirium Rating Scale) in the detection of delirium among older medical inpatients
  57. Physical morbidity in elderly psychiatric inpatients: prevalence and possible relations between the major mental disorders and physical illness