Medical Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Medical Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Medical Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
Direct Oral Anticoagulants: The Do's and Don'ts of DOACs 1/5/16
Bringing Cancer Care to Rawanda: Lessons Learned 1/12/16
The AML Genome(s) 1/26/16
The Physician Scientist: Preservation of an Endangered Species 2/2/16
Progress in Rare Lung Disease 2/16/16
New Insights into Peripartum Cardiomyopathy 2/23/16
Pulmonary Critical Care - Year in Review 3/8/16
Renal Denervation: Role in Treatment of Hypertension 3/15/16
End of Life Practices around the World 4/5/16
Use of Medical Education to Improve Patient Care Quality 4/12/16
The Origin, Evolution and Principles of Patient Navigation 5/17/16
Delivering High Value Health Care in the Dept of Medicine: Residents Leading the Charge 5/31/16
"State of the Department Address" 9/9/16
"Best Practices for LGBT Patient Care" 9/23/16
CPC " A 39 Year-old Woman presents with Several Months of Progressive Headaches and Loss of Consciousness" 9/30/16
"Balancing Pain Management and Public Health: Treating Pain Safely in the Era of the Prescription Drug Epidemic" 10/7/16
Speciality Clinical Update-a review of the landmark literature in the specialty "Goal BP in the Post-SPRINT Era" 10/14/16
"A 19 year old male exchange student presents with recurrent fevers and rash" 10/21/16
"Decarcerating America: From Mass Punishment to Public Health" 10/28/16
The Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease 11/4/16
"On Being a Doctor" Story Slam 11/11/16
Medical Ethics in Emergencies, from Katrina to Ebola and Beyond 11/18/16
"Integrated Palliative and Oncology Care: Where Do We Go From Here?" 12/2/16
Specialty Clinical Update-"Ventricular Tachycardia" 12/16/16
Schwartz Rounds - "An Extra Day of Chemotherapy: Coping with Medical Error" 1/6/17
"35-year Old Man with Pleural Effusion, Lymphadenopathy, and Progressive Cytopenias" 1/13/17
"Discovery and Therapeutic Genome Editing of Coronary Heart Disease Genes" and "Cancer Therapy Cardiotoxicity: Biomarkers and Imaging Measures to Understand Mechanisms and Predict Risk" 1/20/17
"Clinical Controversies: Pre-procedural plasma transfusion" 1/27/17
"New Studies, New Cholesterol Lowering Drugs: Are the 2013 ACC-AHA Guidelines Still Valid?" 2/3/17
A 22-year old female with a 3 day history of "memory loss and mood changes" 2/10/17
"Shaping the Future of Medicine 2.0" 2/17/17
“Ready or Not – Leveraging our EMR to Promote High Quality Care” 2/24/17
E. Ross Kyger Visiting Professorship- "Stem Cells and their Niche in Health and Disease: lessons from the blood" 3/3/17
"A 36 year-old female presenting with multiple falls and progressively worsening stiffness and spasms" 3/10/17
"Physician Burnout: why it matters and an approach to solutions" 3/17/17
"Bridging the Gap: Innovations in Post-Discharge Transitions of Care" 3/24/17
"Bringing Moneyball to Medicine to Improve Care" 3/31/17
Edward S. Cooper Visiting Professorship-"Black Man in a White Coat" 4/7/17
"A 20 Year Old Woman with a History of Asthma and Seasonal Allergies, Presenting with Recurrant Pneumonia" 4/14/17
"Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes" 4/21/17
Risa Lavizzo Mourey Visiting Professorship: "Evidence-Based Medicine in the Age of Big Data: Promises and Perils in the Future of Knowledge Generation" 4/28/17
" The Clinical Controversy of E-cigarettes" 5/5/17
"High Value Inpatient Care for "Super-Utilizers" - One Patient at a Time" 5/12/17
Building Towards the Learning Hospital System: sepsis and beyond 5/19/17
The Coming Revolution in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease 5/26/17
The Richard P. Shannon, MD Lecture in Quality and Safety 6/2/17
A 45 year old man with unexplained recurrent infections and new pulmonary infiltrates 6/9/17
"State of the Department Address" 9/8/17
Confessions of a Reformed Cardiologist: A Plant-Based Diet and Your Heart 9/15/17
Interprofessional Education: A Foundation for the Evolving Healthcare Delivery System 9/29/17
Pathophysiology and Management of COPD 10/13/17
"Global Health to Local Health and Back: Latino immigrant health and US politics" 10/20/17
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