Pediatric Grand Rounds are held Tuesdays, 8-9 am, in the Sabin Auditorium on the first floor of the Sabin Education Center (Location D). If you can’t attend in person, you can watch online at Topics and speakers are subject to change:

October 1 Keeping the science in improvement, Lloyd Provost, MS, Wimberley, TX
October 8 Steve Miller, MD, and Rich Sarkin, MD, MEd, Annual Humanism in Medicine Lecture |Professionalism – Reflections on “Gaps” in 2019, Paul Samuels, MD, Cincinnati Children's
October 15 The unfulfilled promise of probiotics and the complexities of manipulating the gut microbiome, David Haslam, MD; David Schnadower, MD, MPH, Cincinnati Children's
October 22 What gets in your way? Developing systems to improve outcomes by addressing adherence barriers in clinic, David Hooper, MD, MS; Avani Modi, PhD, Cincinnati Children's
October 29  Care transitions for children with medical complexity, JoAnna Leyenaar, MD, PhD, MPH, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
November 5 Asthma attacks: Causes, consequences and control, William Busse, MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
November 12 The power of mentoring, Lynelle Boamah, MD, MEd, CAPT, US Navy
November 19 Clinico-Pathologic Case Conference, Tim Caldwell, MD; Erin Hickey, MD, Cincinnati Children's
November 26 Don't panic! How to choose and individualize treatments for pediatric anxiety, Jeffrey Strawn, MD, Cincinnati Children's

Other Continuing Medical Education opportunities

Take advantage of earning free CME credit by completing the online post test and evaluation at after viewing the following programs: Pediatric Grand Rounds; Cincinnati Pediatric Society Community Pediatric Lectures; Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds; Child Neurology Grand Rounds Advanced Pharmacy Series for Prescribers; Neonatology Grand Rounds; Community Education; Faculty Development Seminar Series; HSR Matrix Speaker Series and Internet Point of Care. For more information, please contact the Continuing Medical Education office at 513-636-6732.

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