World Delirium Awareness Day is Coming Like a Zombie!

World Delirium Awareness Day is coming like a zombie–and delirium will eat your brain! In keeping with upcoming World Delirium Awareness Day March 14, 2018, here are some oldies but goodies along with a reminders about special cases of delirium. First, a pretty good video summary of the basics which you can access from the […]

World Delirium Awareness Day 2018

I just received a message from Professor Luisella Magnani with her contribution to the upcoming World Delirium Awareness Day 2018: As a Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist, I see delirium every day. Every physician and allied health care professional should be aware of the myths about delirium and how to counter them: There are numerous ways to participate in raising […]

A Day in the Life: A Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist

In the last couple of days while I’ve  been trying to update the broken links on my blog, I’ve been thinking about what my “typical day in the life” is like as a consultation-liaison (C-L) psychiatrist. I’m taking a break from the broken links to outline my typical day on the job. I can reflect […]

The Geezer is “Not Meeting MOC Requirements”

I enjoyed reading Dr. George Dawson’s recent blog post on Maintenance of Certification (MOC) in which he supports the principle of lifelong learning while questioning the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) attempt at modeling the principle, known as MOC. I applaud his decision to participate in the alternative certification board, the National Board of […]


A couple of days ago I saw a short article online which led to my finding out about something else. That happens when I’m surfing the web. The title of the article was “Can You Guess What These Antique Objects Were Used For?” I hesitated because I don’t like to think I’m old enough that […]