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  • Roitto, Hanna-Maria; Aalto, Ulla Liisa; Söderling, Riikka; Laakkonen, Marja-Liisa; Öhman, Hanna (2020)
    Key summary pointsAim The aim of Delirium Cafe was to try a new learning method to increase awareness of delirium and improve delirium care in an acute hospital setting. Findings Delirium Cafe seems to be both feasible and applicable as a new interactive-learning method in postgraduate medical teaching. Message It is important to create opportunities of stimulating learning. Delirium Cafe is a good example of a model that is both creative and interactive. Purpose The aim of Delirium Cafe was to try a new learning method to increase awareness of delirium and improve delirium care in an acute hospital setting in Helsinki, Finland. Method World Cafe-an active learning method, with four facilitators and four stations covering important aspects of delirium recognition and management, was used. Results 22 junior doctors and 4 members of the senior staff participated in the event on 13th of March 2019, the World Delirium Awareness Day (WDAD). Nobody dropped out during the 1 h training. Feedback on the educational method was positive. Conclusion Delirium Cafe seems to be both feasible and applicable as a new interactive-learning method in postgraduate medical teaching.