Dr. James Rudolph
Dr. James Rudolph is a Professor of Medicine at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, Director, Center of Innovation in Long-Term Services and Support at the Providence V.A. His area of expertise is the relationship of atherosclerosis to functional (cognitive and physical) deficits in older persons, particularly after surgery. His research accomplishments include: identification of which patients will develop delirium (acute change in cognitive function) after surgery, survival of nursing home patients who are admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, and the development and validation of the Anticholinergic Risk Scale. He has authored more than 20 publications on this topic.
- Rudolph, J.L. et. al., "Dissecting Delirium", Clinical Geriatric Medicine, 2017.
- Forsberg, M. "Delirium Update for Post-acute Care and Long-term care settings: A narrative review". Journal of the American Osteophathic Assoc., 2017.
- Rudolph, J.L. et. al., "Postoperative Delirium: Acute Change with Long-Term Implications", Anesthesia & Analgesia, 2011.