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Cincinnati Children’s offers a number of Grand Rounds to help improve patient care through professional education. In addition to the live presentations, many of these are captured via video for viewing at a later date through laptop, tablet, or mobile device. Continuing education credit is available for most presentations.
Medication Use: How can we do better?Laura Danziger-Isakor, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Disease, Cincinnati Children’s
May 10Remote Ischemic Conditioning: No organ left untouchedAndrew Redington, MD, Executive Co-Director, The Heart Institute, Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, Kindervelt-Samuel Kaplan Chair in Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Research, Cincinnati Children’s, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
May 17Children with Developmental Disabilities: strategies supporting improved quality of lifeSusan Wiley, MD, Co-Division Director of Developmental and Behavioral PediatricsProfessor of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’sJanet Seide, Family Outreach Associate, The Kelly O’Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
May 24Clinico-Pathologic Case ConferenceMatthew Zackoff, MD, Pediatrics Resident, PGY-3, Pediatrics Chief Resident 2015-2016, Cincinnati Children'sAlisha George, MD, Pediatrics Resident, PGY-3, Pediatrics Chief Resident 2015-2016, Cincinnati Children's
May 31LEAP, LEAP-ON, EAT…Can we prevent peanut allergy?Amal Assa’ad, MD, Associate Director, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Director of Clinical Services, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
June 7Best of the Best: Presentations from the Boat and Pratt LecturesJune 14The Hospital to Home Outcomes (H2O) Study – Where We’ve Been and Where We’re GoingSamir Shah, MD, MSCE, Director, Division of Hospital Medicine, James M. Ewell Endowed Chair Attending Physician in Hospital Medicine & Infectious Diseases, Cincinnati Children's, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of MedicineLauren Solan, MD, MEd, Assistant Professor Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine, University of Rochester Strong Golisano Children’s HospitalJeffrey Simmons, MD, MSCE, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Associate Director of Quality, Division of Hospital Medicine, Associate Safety Officer, James Anderson Center for Health Services Excellence, Cincinnati Children’s Andrew Beck, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Divisions of General & Community Pediatrics and Hospital Medicine and General & Community Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s
June 21Weech Memorial Lecture - Childhood Stunting: A Gut PerspectiveAnita Zaidi, MD, Director, Enteric and Diarrheal Diseases, Global Health Programs, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, Washington
June 28The Michael Farrell Lecture - G.I. Wished I joined the NavyAlton Stocks, FAAP, Rear Admiral, US Navy (Retired) Chief Operating Officer Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, Chesapeake, VA
Pediatric Grand Rounds Series Objectives:
1. Utilize multidisciplinary approach to the management of complex patients in their practice2. Discuss the diagnostic approach and treatment of variety of pediatric diseases3. Discuss research regarding a variety of pediatric diseases, particularly those seen in Cincinnati.
Pediatric Grand Rounds can be viewed weekly in the Sabin Auditorium or via satellite broadcast at off-campus sites located at:
Sample topics include:
View a list of online presentations or search by topic.
For further information regarding this educational activity please contact the CME office at 513-636-6732 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
A monthly one-hour program presented by the Center for Professional Excellence/Education, the Nursing Education Council and the Cincinnati Children's Patient Services Division. Nursing Grand Rounds highlights current topics of interest to pediatric nurses and is offered as a live event the 2nd Wednesday of Every Month at our Main Campus location. It is also available as an online Independent Study program that is open to the public and accessible for one year from the live date of the program. Our category "A" Law programs are accessible online for two years.
For more information please email The Center for Professional Excellence/Education email@example.com
These grand rounds occur on the first Wednesday of every month from 8 to 9 am. Child Neurology Grand Rounds Series Objectives:
1. Discuss work-up and management of specific neurological diseases effecting children2. Assess the clinical efficacy of medications and other types of therapy used in the disorders3. Improve patient compliance as well as outcome due to the increased knowledge of the physician. Sample topics include:
Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds Series Objectives:
1. Discuss evidence based approaches in the clinical treatment of children and adolescents with psychiatric disorders2. Identify children at risk for psychiatric disorders enabling earlier treatment and/or prevention3. Discuss research in basic science, clinical treatment, health care delivery and prevention. Sample topics include:
The presentation is part of a live educational event. Participants can attend the session on campus, watch it over the internet using streaming video the day of the live event or watch a recording. The recording will be available approximately 48 hours after the live event.Sample topics include:
The goal of Health Unit Coordinator Grand Rounds is to enhance HUCs’ knowledge related to their role and practice, and to provide continuing education and professional development opportunities to ensure continued growth and in the field of Health Unit Coordinating and Health Care.
Neonatology Grand Rounds Series Objectives:
1. Discuss the pathophysiology of common diseases in newborn infants2. Describe the diagnostic approach used to identify and determine the severity of these illnesses3. Discuss the treatment strategies used for these disease and the medical evidence supporting their use. Sample topics include:
The American College of Surgeons has a designation process to identify and train qualified staff in adult centers to be qualified to treat pediatric patients. These Level 2 facilities and non-designated community hospitals need pediatric continuing trauma education facilitate by a Level 1 facility and board certified trauma physician to help maintain knowledge and practice resuscitation skills.
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