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Maybrier, Hannah R.; Mickle, Angela M.; Escallier, Krisztina E.; Lin, Nan; Scmitt, Eva M.; Upadhyayula, Ravi T.; Wildes, Troy S.; Mashour, George A.; Palihnich, Kerry Hebrew SeniorLife, Boston; Inouye, Sharon K.; and Avidan, Michael Simon, ,"Reliability and accuracy of delirium assessments among investigators at multiple international centres." BMJ Open.8,11. e023137. (2018).